Walkman? Adidas? Betamax? At Kalye Hits, those words have nothing to do with footwear and portable media. They're the English loanwords adopted by Filipino street foods to describe pig's ear, chicken feet, and congealed blood, respectively. It sounds gruesome, but the barbecued bits of offal are all delicacies on the streets of Manila. Kalye Hits specializes in Filipino street snacks, but the staff and guests still find time to step away from the barbecued chicken parts and dishes of pancit (noodles) and halo-halo (fruit, jelly, milk, and ice cream) to sing pop songs on the in-house karaoke machine.