Street foods are staging a comeback, repackaged and repositioned. Quikiams, fishballs, and squidballs, are now selling in malls and train stations where there is heavy foot traffic. And then there are waffles, empanadas, and even native Filipino delicacies like suman, kakanin, ube halaya, and leche flan. More recently, the bicho bicho that you could only buy in bakeries in the province is joining the array of on-the-go snacks. Brothers Bicho Bicho beat everyone else in repositioning the bread to fit a grab-and-go lifestyle. And what innovation did they introduce? The original bicho is now available in several variants. My favorites are the one laced with cinnamon and the other spread with butter and sugar. Yummy! But I have to warn you. Bicho bicho is deep fried so if you’re watching your cholesterol intake, you better restrain yourself from eating more than 1 serving.