Wondering what to eat in Quezon Province?
Some of the most visited are:
Pancit Hab-hab sold at the Market of Mauban.
Pancit Habhab. The best delicacy of Lucban, Quezon served in a piece of banana leaf. Where you need to eat it without utensils.
But my travel boss liked it the chinito way 🙂
This is tastier with an amount of vinegar.
Pancit habhab partnered also with lumpiang shanghai.
Coconut is everywhere in Quezon Province. In here, locals have this coconut they call “Marosa-rosa” because of its pinkish shell.
Fresh Buko all over Mauban, Quezon Province.
This is Bibingka with a twist. Our tour guide friend is so wise to make their regular sized-Bibingka into bite-size and even improved it by including coconut meat . yum!
The taste is good and smooth, You can buy it for P10-P15 only. The best part is, it is sold like a walk-in pandesal, very accessible 🙂
Well, it is true that as of to date, there are no fast-food restaurants in Mauban, Quezon. If you’re an adventurer, you can try these common street foods just to boost your appetite:
Crispy fried chicken intestines sold at Php2 per stick.
Crispy fried chicken intestine.
This is the kind of mango that I won’t resist. Really!
You know, I’m a rice cake lover too! 🙂
This is “Sapin-sapin” sold by an old man in the market for Php10 per slice.
I’m a rice-cake lover. 🙂
To cite some of Mauban’s delicacies:
- Binalawang Santol
Unfortunately, we’re not able to ask Mauban’s expert cook for these foods due to time constraints. However I’ll be back here in the future to blog more about them.
May you receive your blessings,
- We also visited Mauban, Quezon Province and Cagbalete Island.
- See also our experience going to Alitap Falls.
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