We just arrived at the last part of our Malabon Food Tour. I had to divide it into parts because the food is just too good not to share!
I didn’t know there’s a Takoyaki Ball place in Malabon before the food tour. Now that I do, I think this is one that we’ll frequent because peanutbutter♥, Ykaie, and I are all Takoyaki Ball lovers!
It sure won’t burn a hole in your pockets because the price per order is only ₱40.
The Takoyaki Balls are cooked right in front of you…..
They serve really good Gyoza too!
Aside from that, Ozen also serves California Maki, Gyudon, katsudon and other Japanese dishes.
To tell you the truth, there are so many food finds to uncover in Malabon. I don’t think we could visit them all in one day. So to be able to try them all out, Ms. Cleah prepared a spread for us at the Oreta Sports Complex (located at the back of Malabon City Hall) featuring the bestsellers from many different restaurants around Malabon.
Some of the merchants even had a cooking demo of the product that they are selling…
Q-Xin Banana-Ube Turon with Lanka Sauce
Chef Quiel is the owner and chef of Q-Xin, an online business.
His specialty is the Banana-Ube Turon wit Langka Sauce.
I love Betsy’s Menudo because it’s very tasty and the meat is tender…
Their version of Broas is soft and has a sweet filling…
Nanay’s Pancit Malabon
Nanay’s is our go-to place when we have sudden cravings for Pancit Malabon. They use those traditional thick noodles which we like in our pancit.
Jabeth’s Pancit Malabon
It’s my first time to try Jabeth’s Pancit Bihon. It is topped with chopped Lechon Kawali that has really crispy skin.
Judy Ann Crispy Pata
Judy Ann is our go-to place once craving for fatty pork knuckles kicks in. The crispy pata is cooked while you’re waiting and served with slices of pickles.
4P’s Baked Bangus
It’s my first time to find out about 4P’s Baked Bangus (milkfish). Our go-to place for baked bangus is Red Palmas (below).
4P’s has different flavors like Bechamel Bangus, Steamed Bangus, and Pizza Bangus.
They also have Bangus Tempura which I forgot to try…
Upeng’s uses real meat for their Quekiam and Taupe as wrapper. It’s meaty and more flavorful unlike it’s commercial counterpart.
A representative from Upeng’s also performed a cooking demo and showed us how their Quekiam is prepared and cooked.
Balencia is Malabon’s triangle turon…. nuff said..LOL!
This is my favorite Baked Bangus!!!
They have Baked Tilapia as well…
Arny ♥ Dading Peachy – Peachy
This is the first ever Peachy-Peachy topped with Cheese that I was able to try back when I was a child. The sweet – salty combination is just too good to resist.
Lady Jeunet’s Steakhouse
Our last stop in this food tour is Lady Jeunet’s Steakhouse located at Niugan. Everyone was already full from all the other restaurants that we just had ice cream at Lady Jeunet’s. I’m curious with their steaks, though as I’m used to eating at Steakside. I’m hoping to try it out soon.
Oh, and they have a coffee shop as well.