Food Lover? Come and visit my hometown, Malabon City.

Malabon City is my hometown. I have lots of good childhood memories that I would always keep in my heart being raised in that city. I moved to a different city near my workplace when I started working in a Corporate World, I still visited my hometown from time to time as my family and relatives were still living there.

The main reason why I keep on coming back to my hometown aside from my loved ones is the food. Yes, I’m a food lover and there’s a huge selection of great food finds that will satisfy your cravings when you visited Malabon City.

Below is the list of great food finds that I want to share with you all:

  • Pancit Malabon – It’s a Pancit named after the city. It’s a stir-fried noodle dish, topped with shrimp, chicharon (made from pork skin), pork strips, onion leaves, and special sauce and spices. This is my all-time favorite since I was a kid.

 

Best to get it from: 

Nanay’s Pancit Malabon 
Address : 37 Governor pascual Avenu, Malabon City
Telephone No. +63(2)-281-04-49

  • Peachy Peachy – Another sweet delicacy made from cassava, topped with either grated cheese or coconut. Another, best-seller delicacy from Malabon.

Best to get it from:

Mil Flores
Address : 149 General Luna St., Malabon City
Telephone No. +63(2)281-46-57

Arny Dading’s Peachy-Peachy
Address : 44A Gov. Pascual Ave., Malabon City
+63(2)281-9758 / +63(2)281-8164

  • Crispy Pata– Deep-fried crispy pig knuckles best served with sweet and spicy vinegar dip. I don’t remember celebrating specials occasions without Crispy Pata on our table as it’s a staple dish that our family enjoys.

Best to get it from:

Jamicos Restaurant
(Home of Judy Ann’s Crispy Pata)
Address : 201 General Luna St., Malabon City
Telephone No. +63(2)281-41-93

  • Kakanin – It’s a sweet delicacy made from glutinous rice, coconut milk, and sugar are among their ingredients. When it comes to the best kakanin, Dolor’s Kakanin is number one on the list as they sell the most famous assorted kinds of kakanin packed in a circular basket.

Best to get it from:

Dolor’s kakanin
Address : 19 Governor Pascual Avenue, Malabon City
Telephone No. +63(2)282-0071

  • Puto Cake – This is similar to the steamed rice cake, the only difference is the use of cake flour that makes the puto soft and fluffy like a chiffon cake. Usually topped with salted egg and cheese. This is best served with Dinuguan or Pancit.

Best to get it from:

Hazel’s Special Puto
Address : 107 General Luna Street, Concepcion, Malabon City, Metro Manila 1470
Telephone No. +63(2)2812298

There are a lot more food, restaurants, and places to discover when you visit Malabon City. You should try “Malabon Tricycle Tour” it’s the Malabon government tourism project to promote the beauty of Malabon City. For more information just click this link. http://whatsup.ph/malabon-tricycle-food-trip-tour/

Have fun!

 

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