Got this foodie tip from Cool Camote. :: waves at ya!!! ::
Not to mention Pancit Malabon. Mmmm... I like 'em salty, with lots of shrimp and tinapa (or is it daing now?), and a good sprinkling of chicharon.
Good thing I remembered this place called Amber's. Cool Camote brought some take-away pichi-pichi in one of our famous dyke potluck parties some years ago. I'd been meaning to visit their restaurant located in the corner of Filmore and Emilia Streets (near cash and Carry) in Makati City... and today, Gab and I decided to pay them a visit. The place is clean even without air-conditioning, and the tacky native background (see photo on the right) is forgivable, given that they do serve native goodies.
Their Pancit Malabon is good though it tasted a bit overwhelming. It's supposed to serve one only but two can share (if you eat moderately, that is). The pichi pichi is so soft, it almost melts in your mouth. Yummy!
Oh and the calamansi pictured on top (left) is dedicated to my dear pal Balbonics. I know you don't have 'em in Canada, which explain why you didn't have one your citrus family photo. He he he.