My sister decided to treat us dinner in memory of our aunt who passed away. We went to a panciteria near our place called Burn's Panciteria. The location was very ideal for us.
As soon as you get in you would get in you would feel a hippie vibe with all their arts and designs. One thing that I noticed was that they had poor lighting.
This is a resto bar, when we went in to order food there were people drinking. They don't have a menu but we asked them what they served, they serve chicharon bulaklak, sisig, pancit batil patung and pancit cabagan. My sister ordered pancit. One container costs 85 php and additional 10 php for the packaging. 95 php or 1.82 USD for a pack of pancit.
This was the pancit Batil Patung. It had noddles with poached egg, liver and vegetables.
This was the pancit Cabagan. It had noodles, longganisa, crispy pork bits, hard boiled egg and vegetables.
Overall, I enjoyed eating both. The presentation was nice and they tasted unique in their own ways but my favorite was the Cabagan because I'm not a fan of liver that much. If you want to eat good pancit which is afforadable I would recommend this place. You can visit their Face book page by clicking here
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Baguio, Benguet, Philippines
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