Kimshaker’s Foodhub in BC thanks customers with Filipino street food
A Filipino restaurant in New Westminster, British Columbia is offering a special menu of seven Pinoy street food items at $6 each for just two days to celebrate its six successful months in business.
Kimshaker’s at the Royal City Centre 610 6th St, New Westminster, BC, will serve kikiam, fishballs, squidballs, kwek kwek (battered hardboiled quail eggs), isaw or barbecued chicken and pork intestines on Sept. 15 and 16.
Customers can also choose to nosh on the popular Filipino roadside snack,— hard-boiled quail eggs that are fried and glazed with a sweet and sour sauce; Isaw, which refers to or siomai, which is a Filipino version of a Chinese dumpling. The two-day menu is a departure from Kimshaker’s regular party trays of bistek and carbonara pasta.
“We are so overwhelmed with the response of our customers, not just with fellow Filipino but some Canadians too and different nations,” the restaurant said in an Instagram chat, explaining that the sixth- month anniversary menu is its way of thanking New Westminster residents for their patronage and positive responses.