It's the Pancit Canton that other pancit cantons should strive to be--- light golden brown sauce sliding and drippin off the starchy noodles; deep-fried liempo bits (with crispy skin on) and tender shrimps mixed with crunchy vegetables --- all go together. It doesn't even need the dash of calamansi juice we Pinoys are so accustomed to. Although they say one serving can be shared by two people, I can definitely finish a plate by myself.
The specialty of the place is Paella but I didn't get to order it as the pancit was enough to fill up my carbo quota for the day.
|Paellera lamp shade|
|Lapu-lapu in Sweet Sour Sauce|