Pansititoy’s Pansit Malabon uses ingredients that comes from Malabon. That’s what I do remember the owner telling us during our visit to their Ecoland branch a few months ago during the Sooo Pinoy food trip at that particular branch. I remember I really love the taste of it though am not much of a fan of pansit Malabon. I love the palabok more honestly but their version of pansit Malabon really impressed me.
I have tasted other pansit Malabon before but when I tried it again three days ago, I know it is really good. It may not be for some but I like the taste really. I could have two servings but one serving is really heavy already and I could not say no if I get served with another box of this one. Again I am not a fan of pansit Malabon but yes I love their version. Even my hubby agrees. If you could suggest some place else that has a better tasting pansit Malabon let me know so we can try it as well.
One very delicious merienda stopover during our Sooo Pinoy food trip in Davao was at Pansititoy!
Pansit Malabon – As the owner mentioned that they source their ingredients from Malabon… it was also really delicious! Now I know where to order Pansit Malabon here in the city for our family gatherings in the future. I’d really want to let my sisters try their Pansit Malabon.
Crispy Pata was to die for! It was so crispy and delicious… truly crispylicious! I wish every crispy pata I would order from now on is as crispy and delicious as the one they served us during our visit.
Batchoy which was really delicious. I loved it considering I am not much into Batchoy and I have a very picky taste when it comes to Bathcoy around town. I will consider theirs as one of the best Batchoy I have ever tasted so far here in Davao.
I love the taste of all the food they served for our delicious merienda as they tasted just as I would love them and prefer their to be. I’d be craving for their Pansit Malabon and crispy pata for sure after this. Promise!
Pansititoy had four branches around Davao… they are in Bajada, Catalunan Grande, Cabantian and this one in Quimpo Ecoland just in front of Trust Home Depot (former location of the Task Force Davao HQ).
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This epic food trip in Davao City from June 25-29, 2012 is part of Unilever Food Solutions’ Sooo Pinoy campaign, in partnership with the Department of Tourism, to make more Filipinos aware of the richness and diversity of our cultural heritage with our Filipino dishes and cuisine in the Philippines and for this leg featuring the local dishes may it be their traditional versions or unique yet delicious fusion of Filipino cuisine that are popular in Davao City. Thank you Unilever Food Solutions for making us a part of this epic Davao food trip!
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