House Speaker Martin Romualdez looked like he was having the time of his life early Saturday morning (Philippine) Sept. 24 as he sampled popular Filipino food truck fare in New York City in the United States (US) with Philippine President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr.

(Photo by Ryan Pacpaco)
(Screenshot from Ryan Pacpaco’s video)

Romualdez, who represents Leyte’s 1st district in Philippine Congress, reportedly had bulalo (bone marrow soup) and pork barbecue from two Filipino-themed food trucks at 35 East on 76, corner Madison Avenue in New York City.

It was Friday afternoon at the Big Apple when Romualdez, Marcos, and others from the Filipino contingent enjoyed their meals.
(Photo by Ryan Pacpaco)

They then took photos with their compatriots in front of the famous food trucks, which also served pandit, lumpia, and ice cream.
(Photo by Ryan Pacpaco)

Marcos recently spoke at the 77th United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York and also had bilateral talks with United States (US) President Joe Biden.

Source: Manila Bulletin (