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A Midnight Filipino Street Food Festival Is Popping Up In Toronto This Month

This will sure leaving you wanting more.
A Midnight Filipino Street Food Festival Is Popping Up In Toronto This Month

In a city like Toronto, there's always late-night food joints open and ready to satisfy your cravings. One thing you probably wouldn't expect to do on a Friday night is hitting up an overnight food fest. On Aug. 23, Kanto Night Food Fest is kicking off their festivities by serving authentic Filipino cuisine and drinks. How's that for something to do on a Friday night?

Kanto by TitaFlips, will be grilling up BBQ skewers and authentic puso (hanging rice) as well as other Filipino street food faves like lechon.

Diona Joyce - aka Titaflips - Chef and Creator of the First Filipino Street Food in Toronto, told Narcity that prices will range from $3 to $15 but will be "mostly under $10."*

Besides the amazing food, attendees will also be able to get their hands on the Philipines' national beer, San Miguel Pilsen. And to top off this awesome night, there will be a DJ to keep the party going all night!

With a pop-up patio installed, you can enjoy some delicious authentic food right under the stars at Toronto's first Shipping Container Market. This is the best way to try something you've never had before.

Can't come this Friday? For the next two Fridays, Aug. 30 and Sept. 6, Kanto by TitaFlips will be hosting the overnight food fest for everyone to enjoy.

The festival starts at 6 p.m. and runs until 2 a.m.! So if you're out and about and are looking for some late-night food, make sure to drop by and enhance that palate of yours.

This is something you won't need your passport to discover! Make sure to add this to your itinerary — you'll be sure to take your tastebuds on a trip to the Philipines with this fest.

*This article has been updated.

Kanto Night Food Fest

Price: A menu isn't out just yet but other food items cost less than $10.

When: Aug. 23, Aug. 30, & Sept. 6

Address: Market 707, 707 Dundas St. W.Toronto, Ontario

Why You Need To Go: This is the perfect opportunity to try some Filipino cuisine or indulge in your street food faves. You will definitely be left wanting more.

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