People love to eat at new restaurants and try different cuisine. There’s nothing wrong with that. But sometimes you have to acknowledge the need to come home and taste that distinctive Filipino dish. Unfortunately, not everyone has the time to prepare that marvelous home cooked meal. But there is a place that serves delicious Filipino food – Lola Idang’s Original Pancit Malabon atbp.
Lola Idang’s Pancit Malabon offers various pancit dishes and old time favorites such as kare-kare, binagoongang baboy, pakbet, chop suey, lumpia, goto and dinuguan. Other Pinoy favorites such as tapsilog, tocilog, longsilog and daingsilog are also present in the menu. Priniritos or fried dishes such as lumpia shanghai, daing na bangus, lechon kawali, chicken and crispy pata. All these are available at an affordable price.
My family and I have eaten at Lola Idang’s in Visayas Avenue a number of times, usually after church. The restaurant is small but is able to accommodate a decent number of people which is a good thing. Your food will be served in a few minutes and you will be able to enjoy your food peacefully. Not only that, the place is well-ventilated, bright and clean.
While waiting for you food, you’ll enjoy looking at the walls, literally. On one side, they display dedication plates and jars while the other wall contains a drawing of Visayas Avenue years ago. If you live in the area, you’ll realize the numerous changes and modernization of the area.
Time to Eat
Here’s what we ordered on our recent visit.
Apart from meals, they also sell rice cakes or kakanin which are available for both single packs and bilao. There are also barquillos, meringue, pastillas and peanut roll.
If you would like to take a break from new dishes or if you miss that Pinoy taste, visit Lola Idang’s Original Pancit Malabon atbp.