You've probably heard of balut, or duck embryo. It's regularly featured in shows such as Fear Factor, where contestants are required to eat all manner of bizarre food. Anyhow, street food here really isn't for the faint of heart (or stomach). But if you're not feeling particularly adventurous, some stalls do serve pretty regular food on the go. This particular food cart sells fish balls, squid balls and kikiam. Fish balls are usually made from the meat of cuttlefish and usually served in skewers. The squid balls are served similarly, and they're both usually dipped in sweet and sour sauce. Sometimes vendors would sell kikiam, which are deep-fried ground pork and vegetables wrapped in bean curd sheets. If you're up for quail eggs, you might wanna get kwek-kwek (or tukneneng) which are quail eggs deep fried in orange batter. I'll take all these over balut any day, thank you very much.