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Pansit Malabon Express Menu Prices Philippines

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Pansit Malabon Solo Inihaw na Liempo Fiesta Meal Pork Chop Fiesta Meal Pansit Malabon For 5 Crispy Bangus Fiesta Meal Relyenong Bangus Fiesta Meal Pansit Malabon Solo Pansit Malabon For 5 Pansit Malabon For 10 Pansit Malabon For 15 Pansit Malabon For 20 Pansit Malabon For 25 Seafood Rice Solo Seafood Rice For 5 Pansit Puti Good For 5 Pansit Puti Good For 10 Pansit Puti Good For 15 Pansit Puti Good For 20 Pansit Puti Good For 25 Pansit Puti Solo Pansit Bihon Good For 5 Pansit Bihon Good For 10 Pansit Bihon Good For 15 Pansit Bihon Good For 20 Pansit Bihon Good For 25 Pork Chop Value Meal

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Pansit Malabon Solofrom ₱ 120
Inihaw na Liempo Fiesta Meal₱ 159
Pork Chop Fiesta Meal₱ 159
Pansit Malabon For 5from ₱ 565
Crispy Bangus Fiesta Meal₱ 159
Relyenong Bangus Fiesta Meal₱ 195

Pansit Malabon

Pansit Malabon Solofrom ₱ 120
Pansit Malabon For 5from ₱ 565
Pansit Malabon For 10from ₱ 985
Pansit Malabon For 15from ₱ 1575
Pansit Malabon For 20from ₱ 1575
Pansit Malabon For 25from ₱ 1785

Seafood Rice

Seafood Rice Solo₱ 170
Seafood Rice For 5₱ 620

Pansit Puti

Pansit Puti Good For 5₱ 470
Pansit Puti Good For 10₱ 815
Pansit Puti Good For 15₱ 1065
Pansit Puti Good For 20₱ 1185
Pansit Puti Good For 25₱ 1435
Pansit Puti Solo₱ 95

Pansit Bihon Guisado

Pansit Bihon Good For 5₱ 470
Pansit Bihon Good For 10₱ 815
Pansit Bihon Good For 15₱ 1065
Pansit Bihon Good For 20₱ 1185
Pansit Bihon Good For 25₱ 1435

Value Meal

Pork Chop Value Meal₱ 125
Crispy Bangus Value Meal₱ 125
Lumpia Malabon Value Meal₱ 125
Tahong Nuggets Value Meal₱ 125
Pork BBQ Value Meal₱ 125
Relyenong Bangus Value Meal₱ 160

Fiesta Meal

Pork Chop Fiesta Meal₱ 159
Crispy Bangus Fiesta Meal₱ 159
Relyenong Bangus Fiesta Meal₱ 195
Fried Chicken Fiesta Meal₱ 159
Lechon Malabon Fiesta Meal₱ 159
Lumpia Malabon Fiesta Meal₱ 159
Tahong Nuggets Fiesta Meal₱ 159
Pork BBQ Fiesta Meal₱ 159
Inihaw na Liempo Fiesta Meal₱ 159

Salu-Salo

Lumpia Malabon 10pcs₱ 190
Tahong Nuggets 10pcs₱ 190
Pork Bbq Salu-Salo₱ 117
Lumpiang Ubod 2pcs₱ 70
Plain Rice₱ 40
Java Rice₱ 50

Short Order

Inihaw Na Liempo Short Order₱ 275
Lechon Malabon Short Order₱ 295
Fried Chicken Short Order₱ 325
Relyenong Bangus Short Order₱ 595
Crispy Bangus Short Order₱ 275
Pork Chop Short Order₱ 345

Drinks

Pepsi in Can₱ 50

Is Pancit Malabon same as Palabok?

Pancit Palabok is a Filipino rice noodle dish with a rich pork and shrimp sauce, similar to a ragu, and is also often called Pancit Luglug or Pancit Malabon (learn the subtle differences!). Garnished with smoked fish, eggs, and crumbled chicharron, it’s a classic dish that can be made with this simple palabok recipe!

Who is the owner of Pancit Malabon?

Pansit Malabon Express, Inc. is a Filipino owned company incorporated in September 2000. It was founded by its current Chairman and President, Engr. Lutgardo V. Cruz.

What is the best partner for Pancit Palabok?

Pancit palabok is best paired with other celebratory food like the rice cake Puto, the Lumpiang Shanghai, and of course, your favorite cola soda.

What is the famous delicacy or dish in Malabon city?

Pancit Malabon

Pancit Malabon is arguably the most popular contribution of Malabon in the culinary world. This special dish is made of rice noodles mixed in its signature orange sauce. It is then carefully topped with layers of crunchy garlic ground pork, cracklings, eggs, fresh pechay baguio, ox tongue and shrimp.

Where did pancit originate?

The Philippines, officially the Republic of the Philippines, is an archipelagic country in Southeast Asia. It is situated in the western Pacific Ocean and consists of around 7,641 islands that are broadly categorized under three main geographical divisions from north to south: Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao.

Why is it called Malabon?

According to legend, Malabon got its name from the words “maraming labong” (plenty of bamboo shoots). This was originally called as Tambobong and was founded by the Augustinian friars as a “Visita” of Tondo on May 21, 1599.

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