One of my frequent haunts for afternoon snacks is Rose Pancit Malabon at the Divisoria Arcade. Their specialty of course is the eponymous Pancit Malabon. I usually have the solo serving for 75 pesos, but when I'm especially hungry, I order a double serving for 150 pesos. It is served with a slice of bread to mop up that wonderful sauce on the plate dry and a glass of choice beverage which would be either ice tea or orange juice.
|My phone's camera doesn't do it justice, but that pile of noodles has height.|
I really like how Rose doesn't skimp on the toppings. Every solo serving has half a boiled egg, a shower of chicharon crumbs and that meaty sauce. Some times one serving isn't enough.
Of course, Rose Pancit Malabon has a lot more than its namesake dish to offer, but their excellent selection of rice meals would have to be a topic for another post.