The Negros Fair brings to Dallas filipino restaurant some of the region’s finest.

At every turn you’ll find dallas filipino restaurant typical to Negros like inasal or batwan. Flour-based cookies and biscuits stacked pile high on shelves. And of course, there is always a lot of seafood to look forward to. One stall that stood out to us from the rest was that which was selling a single product (in 2 variants, original and spicy): squid rings.

No fake stuff here.

SJ Veloria’s Squid Rings are not what you would expect. They are not freshly cooked and chewy like calamares (though they are made using fresh, authentic ingredients in Sagay, where the company is from), nor are they thick and intense-smelling like dried pusit. They are the embodiment of a dream squid snack—made from the real stuff, crunchy, tasty without being overwhelming, and so light that they could almost be described as wispy. You’ll want to stock up the next time you see these bright blue bags, because you’ll find that they just can’t compare—whether in taste or quality—to any other squid snack we can think of available in Manila.

SJ Veloria’s Squid Rings

A crunchy squid ring snack made in Sagay City, Negros Occidental.

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