In this modern age of foodies one trend that has been going on for quite some time is fusion of two separate dishes. As such, I have been familiar with Pancit Sisig from a popular modern Filipino restaurant here in the Metro.
However a friend of a friend inquired if I have already tried Bicol’s own variety of Pancit Sisig which she would swear is the best pancit there is. Continue reading
Another Bicolano Pancit dish I’m very curious about is Pancit Inulas. Continue reading
While in Naga, a friend of mine recommended a bakery serving delicious Pancit Bato – Casa Moderna. This local joint has been a pillar of Bicolano breads and noodles Continue reading
Here in Luzon a mixed guisado noodles of miki (fresh egg noodles) and bihon (thin rice noodles) is a pretty popular fare, while in Cebu and the rest of Visayas and Mindanao region, Bam-i is the more popular noodle mixture. Bam-i or as other Cebuanos would pronounce it – Bam-e, is Continue reading
Taal. It is pretty known for balisong or butterfly knife and barong Tagalog – our national dress for men. In terms of food, they are popular for their Longganisang Taal and Tapang Taal. Searching for noodles, to my surprise, there is actually a Pancit Taal. Continue reading
Back in 2010, I was able to try an unforgettable pancit dish that to me was simply divine – Pancit Langlang.
But first, let me clarify what Pancit Langlang is Continue reading
As a highly recommended pancit place by our Batanes’ tour guide – Kuya Jeric of Bisumi Tours, we head over to Beehan Café in Basco proper. Continue reading
Efuven is one of the least known noodles in the whole of the Philippines. It is said that the unique name came from the noodle’s inventor. It is a thin variety of wheat noodles that is fried delicately similar to Continue reading
As a continuation of my previous post featuring Lar’s Buko Batchoy in Iloilo, is another coconut-infused noodle dish that in my opinion is very unique to this eatery. Continue reading
The last time I checked, mango is our national fruit, bangus is our national fish and lechon is still the Philippines’ national food. And as I’ve mentioned in a previous blog entry, one of Ilonggo’s iconic culinary contribution to our Filipino cuisine is their La Paz Batchoy. While the batchoy is an original dish from Iloilo, Bacolod and the rest of the Ilonggo speaking region of the Visayas share the same pride in all their delectable regional creations. This week’s entry would like to concentrate on a unique Bacolodnon take on the Batchoy by Continue reading