Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Tweet Scoop: Erik Matti Explains Comment on Netflix's Choice of Cebu for Philippine Streetfood Feature, As Netizens React

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124 comments:

  1. then make your own docu then

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    1. Nageexpect ata si direk ng fishballs, kikiam, isaw, balut, etc. na palagi nman nafifeature sa ibat ibang shows. At least ito bago sa viewers.

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    2. Direk, wag ka magnilarang bakasi, dont reproduce. Maglechon ka na lang everyday, alam mo na kung bakit.

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    3. Actually, mas poverty porn pa nga ung iba. Tsaka the story line is not too much focused sa streetfood itself, pero sa kwento ng mga tao behind the people cooking the food, more on success stories nila, so the story ng sa cebu is not too bad. Ung director na ito hindi rin makaappreciate ng gawa ng iba. #truth

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  2. Ok I gotta watch this episode and see for myself what direk is talking about

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  3. At least not the typical isaw, balut etc. I’m a filipino and didn’t even know that those street food even exist. Okay lang naman cos not every Filipino knows that unlike nga yung typical street food na lagi naf-feature

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  4. I'm born and raised in Cebu!! Larang is a very staple Cebuano food,ngoyong and tuslob buwa too.. these food are somehow found only in Cebu kaya nga yon lang ang pinili e feature nang Netflix kasi they're uniquely CEBU Streetfood.. Baka kasi Hindi niya alam yong mga Food nayan.. tskk

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    1. same here. Larang is the best. Although di ko pa natikman, not because na di ko alam, parang di ko masyadong gusto. Pero sabi ng mga friends ko masarap daw. Looking forward na makatikim din ako. I tried tuslob buwa, ang sarap kaya...

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    2. “Larang is the best.. although di ko pa natikman” - 8:52 🀦🏻‍♀️ Really?? Panong naging the best e hindi mo pa nga natikman

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  5. Korek. Di ako naka relate sa street food na pinalabas nila. Sana may season 2, ibang area naman

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    1. Why do you have to relate l, though? Are you from Cebu? Contact Netflix and beg them that on the next season, they should feature your streetfood.

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    2. it featured cebu street food. nothing else. dumb f....

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    3. Dapat mag-public apology si Netflix sa episode na yan kasi may di nakarelate ng content nila dito o! πŸ˜‚

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  6. Ginabut, siomai sa tisa, ngohiong, fish ball. Those are my street food growing up. Lechon’s too fancy to be eaten pungko pungko style. Who cares what erik matti says? I’d rather ask john lloyd’s opinion. Hahaha

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    1. Yeah sayang hindi nasali yung siomai, ginabot, and Chinese ngohiong sa San Carlos. Yuuummm

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    2. Nag say no dw yung nghoiong house haha

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    3. Omg sarap ng ngohiong diyan! Nakakamiss tuloy.

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  7. Actually im disappointed when i watched it, im expecting like kwek kwek, balut, bbqs etc

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    1. Title of the episode is “Cebu, Philippines”. Not “Streetfood of Philippines”. I’m sure other places in the Philippines have great streetfood. But the episode only features Cebu. Just hope they’ll have another season featuring your place.

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    2. You better watch it on youtube. Ciao!

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    3. Sorry pero mas hindi unique and medyo disgusting yung appearance ng fishball, kwek kwek etc. It's solely processed meat with no cultural or societal relevance.

      And for erik matti, well if yoi haven't noticed, Filipino food culture is not really that exciting or diverse. Our street food does not reflect passion for food but more of an available instant food source that is affordable for the poor. Sooo if it appears as poverty porn, maybe bec our food is a reflection of the poor resources we have.

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    4. Typical Manila-centric.

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    5. 10:21 Manila-centric na agad? Take your negativity, insecurity, and envy elsewhere. Galit na galit sa Manila and Luzon, eh kayo nga matapobre at mapangmataas.

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    6. 7:30 correct ka jan. I’m not from Manila but I don’t get this sudden hatred of everything from Luzon thinking the past couple of years. We are a country, this regionalism is killing us. Tigilan yang ugali na yan.

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  8. LOL at erik matti. The girl said Cebuano food yet he rebutted about Cebu and Cebuanos. He should have mum his mouth. He thinks his words are all important.

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  9. Actually, I watched all the episodes already and all of them are food porn, like every country and every seller featured has a sad story mapa Japan man Indonesian, not just the Philippine episode.

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    1. *poverty porn pala. 😬

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    2. *poverty porn

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    3. Yes! the streetfood in the Philippines featured in Netflix was plain gross :(

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  10. I feel sorry for you, Direk. I’m from Cebu (and Bohol) and I know people from different walks of life and most of us Cebuanos eat these types of food. Pungko-pungko is popular in Cebu. Pungko means “to squat” and there are just days that my husband and I would go to Fuente Circle to eat at a pungko-pungko.

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  11. Masarap kaya yang bakasi, dito na ako sa Eu nakatikim. πŸ˜‚ But seriously, itong documentary kasi na to parang nagselect sila ng isang city sa isang country and its street food at yun yung finefeature nila. Maski nga sa Japan epi di ako masyadong familiar sa food na nafeature. Lalo na yung India parang nadugyutan ako, sorry ✌️. Eto nman c Matti, masyado πŸ™„.

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  12. Shut up na Matti jusko day

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  13. I’m from Manila and quite embarrassed to say that I’ve never been to Cebu, hence my unfamiliarity with the Cebu street food featured on Netflix. While I was watching, I was thinking how refreshing it was for me to know about other street food. Manila is not the entire Philippines. I’m glad I watched it.

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    1. Sure, I believe you lmao

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    2. 12:36 you tried but failed. Itigil na yang pagwawatak watak ng bansa natin, ano po ang pinaglalaban natin?

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    3. Anon 1:03, naintindihan mo na point ni Anon 12:36?

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    4. Visit ka, 1236! Take a break from the capital. Come to Mindanao also, good food, nice people, great scenery!

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  14. Poverty porn? Di naman. In a social context parang ganun bacangvtingin mo Direk sa street food. Perhaps for you, Matti and friends belonging to a different social status street food is a novelty but for the rest it is a way of life. Tell me Ilocano empanada ba ay talagang typical street food? I am not Cebuano but the documentary was very informative.

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  15. Ang staple food ngayon e lata ng sardinas With added water, itlog at noodles....once a day

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  16. Sorry but i agree with Matti on this one. I’m not from Cebu but not from Manila either. What they featured, except lechon, is not familiar to me and to most people i know. What he is just trying to say is that Netflix shoudve chosen food that would really represent the whole country so that when people from other countries go here, they know what the philippines in General, and Not just from Cebu, offers. This is just my take here.

    PS. Been to Cebu thrice and i love their food.

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    1. They only Cebu nga not the whole Philippines I think Netflix select a city at ang napili nila is Cebu so kung anong street foods sa Cebu of course yong at ipapakita get mo na?

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    2. Weh di ka familiar sa lumpia?????!

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    3. It’s about street foods among 9 Asian cities, not countries.

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    4. Did you really understand what you watched? The episode title says it all, “Cebu, Philippines”. So it featured the food that is a staple in that certain “city”. If you want a feature about the staple food that could represent the “whole” country, cancel your Netflix subscription(if you’re using your own account) and just message Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho to feature your fishballs, kwek-kwek, isaw, etc.

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    5. Responsibility ba ng Netflix to only show stuff na relate ng lahat ng subscribers nila? E kung ganon, pack up nalang sila! Diosmio. They CHOSE to feature CEBU. So it's CEBUANO streetfood. If gusto ninyo pang-BUONG PILIPINAS ang feature e di magrequest kayo sa second season diosmio.

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  17. Street fud daw ang lechon, eh pag susyal o gradeng pa celebration lang may ganun. Tska parang pang bisya lang yung street str nila di pang kalahatan. O yung makikita mo talaga sa kahot anong sulok ng Pilipinas.

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    1. Auntie 12:45 Cebu Street Food hindi talaga pang kalahatan. utro! pag pakong mong matti.. ang lechon pwede ka mka kain nyan every day if gusto mo if you’re in Cebu. kawawa ka naman, tuwing may celebration ka lang mka kain ng lechon haha

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    2. Actually, if you go to Visayas and Mindanao, lechon is not that big of a deal. Special siya yes, but if you say pang sosyal lang siya, hindi naman ganun nakita ko growing up.

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    3. Pang Bisaya kasi lang yan ate 12:45. Yung may mga pang biling 1 kilong lechon haha

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    4. Lechon for sosyal? Please! If you are not from Cebu of course parang pang special occasion yan pero sa amin sa Cebu we can have it anytime because you can buy it form the street here in Cebu!! Kaya street food yan sa amin!. We have a whole street in Cebu just selling lechon all day everyday.

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    5. Yeah we do eat Lechon in the Streets. haha wala sa inyo?

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    6. Hala hala you can get lechon by the marketplaces in carcar, hot and fresh! Pwede dun kana kumain! Guys please educate yourselves, bumisita nalang kayo para busog din.

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  18. Lol. Lalaki ng mga problema ng tao s social media!!! Kaya di na healthy eh.

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    1. Because people from Luzon don’t respect us, people from the south.

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    2. Twitter rant and call out culture is toxic. FP is still the best and friendly place tbh

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    3. 1:07. Not all

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    4. 1:07 and you always blame people from Luzon for all your mishaps.

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    5. 1:07 why generalize? kung may insecurity ka, akuin mo mag-isa. hindi ung may ganyang divisive statement ka pa dian

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    6. ang daming ganyan katulad ni 1:07 akala mo naman inapi, itigil na yang pettiness ng south vs luzon dahil walang makikinabang parepareho tayong talo

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  19. I watched it, I was surprised and never heard of bakasi. I was expecting soup no.5 and lechon de leche na dinadayo sa Cebu. Sutukil is another. Di ako Cebuano but we go to Cebu to just eat these fares.

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    1. Because lechon is not streetfood, just saying.

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    2. Beshie 411 you can definitely eat lechon streetside sa cebu omg. Lol.

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  20. Well, as long as Netflix said "CEBU" then i guess it's okay. Different regions have different types of food.

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  21. Im from Cebu and im disappointed with how Matti reacts.

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  22. May point naman siya. Sana nga nafeature yung mga kakanin natin. I love our kakanins more than adobo. Yung ibang countries na nafeature yung city nila, widely known yung food across their country like pho sa Vietnam, Takoyaki sa Japan etc. Lechon lang ang alam ng lahat ng Filipino. They should have included isaw kasi masarap naman bbq sa Cebu. Linarang is known in Visayas and Mindanao. Iirc, favorite yan ni Duterte. My mom is from Cebu pero kahit siya hindi niya alam yung tuslob buwa. Puso lang alam niya.

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    1. Hindi naman street food ang puso ate. Kanin kasi yun na niluto lang sa palm leaf para mas madali mabitbit

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    2. Meh, you didn’t even watch it. It’s about cities not countries.

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    3. well so anu ang dapat ipinakita? betamax at isaw? kakalurkey! wala namang talagang isang street food na pweseng magrepresent sa lahat/buong pilipinas.

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    4. Kakanin? Cebu, Philippines ang pini-feature and you want them to film your kakanin? Anong relevance ng kakanin sa Cebu?

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    5. merun 9:22, isaw at kwek kwek, balut, sagot gulaman, fishballs.

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  23. I watched the whole season and I have to agree with Direk. Yung ibang Asian countries na nafeature talagang kilala yung mga street food na pinakita. Nothing against Cebu street food pero sana na feature yung famous na street food sa buong Pinas. Nag focus lang kasi sila sa Cebu sana kahit isang street food man lang sa Luzon at Mindanao

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    1. Because it was about CEBU nga!

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    2. I’m sure masarap streetfood ninyo but you have to realize, title ng episode is Cebu, Philippines. Our country has a lot of streetfood to offer. Cramming them all in one episode will not give them justice. So this featured Cebu only. If you still have a problem with that explanation, then you really have a problem with Cebu.

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    3. Like fishball? πŸ˜‚ πŸ˜‚ πŸ˜‚ πŸ˜‚

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    4. The show is street foods among 9 Asians cities. It’s cities, not countries. Gets mo. They picked Cebu as the featured Philippine city in this episode.

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    5. Kasi nga Cebu street foods nga raw po ang focus.

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    6. Street foods in Cebu. Nasa title na po diba?

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  24. What an ignorant thing to say! Philippines is an archipelago. Just imagine how many delicacies and streetfoods there are in each island, town, city, barangay.... My point is just because you haven't heard of a certain dish doesn't mean it isn't a staple in that place. They are featuring Cebu so they are featuring staples of Cebu. I am from Cebu and those foods are popular here. Well I'm sorry, Mr. Director, if you didn't hear about those and that you thought it was poverty porn and bizarre. I am sorry if wala kang alam. Those are our staples you were talking about. Pasyal pasyal minsan and experience the true Pilipinas. Marami kang matitikman na delicacies na di mo alam nag eexist instead of being boujee. Ang Pilipinas ay hindi Luzon lamang. #triggered

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    1. Apir!!! Dagdagan ko lang din: Ang Pilipinas ay hindi Metro Manila lamang.

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    2. Tama! It featured Cebu. Bakit naman isasali ang empanada ng Ilocano? Kulang pa nga yung episode eh. Madami pang streetfood ng Cebu. Wait for your time, Direk. Baka sa next season, food mo naman ma feature ng Netflix.

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    3. I know, right? The episode's title is Cebu, Philippines. Common sense dictates this isn't a general "Philippine" street food feature. Unless one is too stuck up and/or ignorant -- I'm sensing the director is both, especially with the way he handles his commenters. Direk, kung gusto nyo pong ma-feature yung streetfood ng Manila, go produce your own documentary. #proudCebuano

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    4. 2:09 may galit sa metro manila? LOL.
      ilonggo daw si direk, bakit hindi iloilo ang balingan mo? Pag may issue sa ibang cities, lagi na lang manila ang sisisihin. Si manila na walang malay πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…

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    5. Onga. Bakit ba Manila nalang lagi sinisisi?? Ano problema niyo sa Manila? Masyado ata cool ang city namin na lagi nalang tinatarget at generalized. Haha

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  25. When we were watching it last night, my son and I thought the same thing. Di namin kilala ang food that was featured. But then reading from the Cebuanos, I understand what they are talking about. Plus the title is street food of Cebu, Philippines and not Filipino street food. Si Direk Mati, parang walang ganap. He should keep himself busy hindi iyong nililito niya ang kaisipan ng mga Pinoy.

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  26. Kalma! Season 1 pa lang yan. Pwede namang magdagdag lol

    Tingin ko naman hindi objective ng Street Food na mag-feature ng dishes na representative of an entire country. The Yogyakarta episode didn’t feature nasi lemak (as an outsider syempre yun lang alam kong “Indonesian” dish) and instead featured jajan pasar. Di ko alam kung ano yun, and it’s nice to learn something new.

    Same with the Cebu episode: I’m from Manila and have never been there. Kaya yung mga nafeature na pagkain eh bago sa’kin (except for lechon). Syempre yun ang maiisip ko kung sakaling makapunta ng Cebu. Makasubok naman ng bago.

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    1. I agree. I think the objective of the show is also to pique our interest in trying out such delicacies when get the chance. Direk could have just been open instead of trying to be a critic which is an epic fail since he didn't get the point of the feature. His comment reeks of ignorance and arrogance. #proudCebuano

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    2. I agree. I think the objective of the show is also to pique our interest in trying out such delicacies when get the chance. Direk could have just been open instead of trying to be a critic which is an epic fail since he didn't get the point of the feature. His comment reeks of ignorance and arrogance.

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  27. Kayo po, Mr. Matti ang dapat yata mag research. In the Visayan region, ordinary lang ang lechon. Baka po nakakalimutan nyo na marami po ang nag aalaga ng baboy sa probinsya. Di sila katulad ng mga mayayaman na may industrialized piggeries sa big cities. Yang lechon na yan may iba ibang flavor. Aside from the lechon in Cebu one of the best lechons I have tasted is in Gingoog when we visited a tenant in the farm of a friend. The tenants raised pigs for their own subsistence at ordinaryo lang sa kanila ang lechon, ano.

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  28. Empanada is not originally Filipino. Mrami dn version nyan sa part ng Latin America. Mas okay nga ung feature nlang Street food kse it's something new. Ignorante krn Matti to say na di staple sa Cebu eh mga Cebuanos n nagsasabi.

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  29. The documentary chose Cebu street food to be featured so obviously it's not something the entire Philippines can relate to, the same way not all Japanese can relate to street food found in Osaka and not all Thais can relate to street food in Bangkok. Matti is a film director who ironically missed the point of the entire documentary. And him saying Cebuano food is "bizzare" just shows his ignorance of how diverse Filipino culture and cuisine is. May gana pang magsabi na "bad research". O di sya na magaling. Just because hindi nya alam kung anong pagkain yun doesn't mean it's not Filipino food. He brought this attention onto himself.

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    1. Oo nga. After you watch the documentary mage get mo na cities ang featured in a certain country at every seller ay may background stories. πŸ™„

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  30. hay how I miss Anthony Bourdain's show and his take on food.

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  31. Enjoyed watching it. Its Cebu street food not Philipoine street food. It made mw wanna eat pig brains and nilarang. Lets not make a big deal out of it. Go do your own documentary about your kins od street food.

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  32. I agree with him.

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  33. This is why I never find this director reliable. Something is off with him. Remember his crazy rich asian comment? Then his attitude about Darna? He is weird.

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  34. I thought the episode was pretty clear they were featuring Cebu street food. I'm not familiar with what they featured so I found it informative. Matti should just own up to his lack of comprehension/ mistake. His main rant was the feature wasn't representative of Filipino street food but the feature clearly stated they were featuring Cebu's street food. He should just apologize soon because this is becoming divisive - I'm seeing terms like "Manila Imperialism" which are equally divisive and ignorant.

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    1. Even the title and description of the episode indicates clearly na focused sa Cebu yung episode, particularly yung story nung nag create ng eel soup. Read the episode description,kahit ung Thailand episode nga focused on yung story ng street food stall owner na may Michelin star.

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  35. The show is not to showcase the Philippine streetfood to Filipinos but to the whole world. Syempre sa atin sanay na tayo sa mga normal na kinakain natin dito sa Pinas pero paano ang buong mundo.

    I agree with direk Erick, ano ba ang streetfood na makakapagrepresent ng Philippines unless the show is about unique streetfood in the world.

    Isa pa" ano ba ang streetfood? Diba pagkaing kalye so ibig sabihin mga pagkain na sa kalye mabibili kahit saan. Ang lechon pagkaing kalye ba yan? Galing na ako ng Cebu, at sa mga lansangan dun ano ba yung mga nakikitang naglalako sa daan?

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  36. Naku direk.
    Alam mo namang pikon at balat sibuyas ang mga Pinoy, ayan nag beast mode agad sila at inatake ka tuloy πŸ˜…

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  37. Mag re react din sana ako kung bakit nga focus lang sa cebu, sa dami nanv street foods sa pinas pero dahil nakasulat "cebu street foods" Keri naman pala.

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  38. ito na naman si direk matti, kuda ng kuda.

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  39. Lechon is too fancy for a street food. Sorry pero di ko din knows yung eel soup tsaka si manong lang yata nagluluto nun so not common? Yung ibang dish keri lang at least madaming nagtitinda nun sa Cebu. By the way, people should stop whining about Cebu vs. Manila, move on move on din pag may time. Lols

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    1. Street food ang lechon sa cebu sis. May pa free taste pa nga eh. Research din pag may time. Sa mall nyo lang kasi nabibili ang lechon.

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    2. not from Cebu pero may part sa episode which shows lechon being sold by stall owners/vendors along a street or open area,so obviously street food nga sya duon.

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    3. Oo napanood ko. Edi Isama na din sana yung mga lutong-ulam sa carinderia na nasa gilid ng streets..lols

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    4. @9:21pm they did show the carinderia. The vegetable lumpia. Di mo ba nakita yung episode??? Patawa toh oh. And street food ang lechon noh. Hindi yan pang sosyal lng sa amin sa Cebu. Kung gustohin namin kumain ng lechon, pwd namin gawin kasi ang dami nila nad titinda sa kalye.

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    5. Lechon in cebu you can eat hot and freshly roasted by the roadside and markets po.

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  40. direk its CeBu's episode po so natural ang ipapakita eh ung staple food sa Cebu not staple food for filipinos in general! marunong ka pa sa gumawa eh hahaha.... street food of cebu direk. wag mag agaw ng spotlight.

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  41. I agree. Born and raised in Cebu but I've never eaten bakasi. Sa cordova lang yata yan. When you say street food kasi usually nakikita mo sa daan saan2x. Pati nga ang Y101 napacomment din. Lechon, tuslob buwa though are very known in Cebu.

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  42. I cant help but feel disappointed with the comments here. Whats with the whole Cebu vs Manila mentality? Like really, may ganon talaga? And oftentimes, i would hear Cebuanos brand ManileΓ±os and those from Luzon as unfair, imperial, and discriminating. Haller, sa Cebu nga ayaw nilang magsalita ng Tagalog ang isang tourist, they only prefer Bisaya/English. So who’s discriminating now? About the food, I heard from my yaya that the food in Cebu is good.

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    1. Exactly! Parang nakikipagcompete kasi lagi..lols

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    2. "Haller, sa Cebu nga ayaw nilang magsalita ng Tagalog ang isang tourist, they only prefer Bisaya/English."

      Ironic that you are flashing the discriminating card while doing the same. As someone born and raised in Cebu, it is a daily scenario for me to see Cebuanos extending help to visitors. Guiding visitors using English nga kinakaya, Tagalog pa kaya? Huwag mema please. Tapos sasabihin agad na nakikipag compete. Okay πŸ˜‚

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    3. Hala no no no! Bisayas answer in tagalog when asked in tagalog because we can understand and speak it. What about the other way around? Lol.

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  43. nasa title namn po d ba...? cebu street food. mahirap po ba e comprehend yun?

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  44. Cebu naman kasi talaga ang focus, hindi buong Philippines. Filipino street food is centered in poverty naman talaga dahil ang nagbebenta nyan eh mga mahihirap. Hindi yung mga kiosk sa malls. Kaya nga sinasabihan tayo ng magulang natin na iwasan ang street food at baka magka-hepa or typhoid. Tipong bbq stick na pinaulit-ulit gamitin, double dipping ng sawsawan, mantika na ilang beses na ni-recycle, cart sa tabi ng canal. Naghahanap lang sya ng maki-criticize eh. Tapos kung malinis at medyo sosyal ang pinakita, negative reaction na naman.

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  45. Direk Matti, the first sentence of your original post is your opinion and I respect that. However, you lost me on your supporting statements. Why would you be expecting general Filipino street food when the title is Cebu, Philippines, and then have the audacity to attribute it to bad research? Your arguments are invalid and irrelevant. Get off your high horse and use your common sense. Or go make your own docu series and publish it on Netflix.

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  46. di naman ata point ng show to showcase common and well known streetfoods na representative sa isang country. Ngfocus lng tlga sila sa mga individual stories/street food in particular areas.

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  47. big deal ba talaga?! the show wants to focus on the culture of street food in Asia, regardless kung anong food pa ipakita nila. hirap ba magets yun?!!

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  48. So sinong may kasalanan?Cebu or Netflix. PInili nila ang Cebu, eh yun ang makikitang pagkain sa Cebu eh mag request ka sa lugar mo

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  49. Actually yung "lumpia" ngohiong po yun dito sa Cebu. Hehe

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  50. Kaloka ang daming reklamo nya sa buhay. Super NEGA attitude.

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  51. Iwan ko dito kay Direk Matti. Mag produce ka kaya nang sarili mong docu film. Kaloka.

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  52. Cebu street food nga eh ano bang mahirap intindihin dun? Parang nagreact lang sya agad with emotions bilang ‘expert’ sya sa industry. Bad research haha. Malamang mga Cebuano mismo ang nagrecommend ng mga featured food.

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  53. I was also disappointed with the documentary, Cebu has a lot to showcase. Isa ang cebu sa may pinaka maganda mag food trip pero sa docu na yun parang ang boring ng pag ka gawa. Kung pagiging unique ang hinahanap bakit may lumpia? Bakit hindi yung BBq at yun pinipilahang fried chicken? Yung sutukil? Andami! Nong pumunta kami ng cebu halos d na namin alam kng paano matry lahat ng street foods.

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