Sunday, April 8, 2012


There are streets in Marikina that are studded with foodie places, namely: Rainbow Street, Lilac Street, J.P. Rizal, and Gil Fernando. I can add more, but those foodie spots are kept in a secret folder which I will be publishing soon.

It is convenient to dine in Marikina. The city is small making it easy to go around 'till you find a foodie place to your liking. The prices are low compared to more commercial cities. And of course: Marikenyos are known for their discipline which translates into great customer service. I hope you agree with me. :)

The last stretch that I mentioned earlier was Gil Fernando. It was formerly called Tuazon so if someone tells you to go to Tuazon in Marikina, you know where to make the turn. (Gil Fernando is the stretch of road from Sta. Lucia foot bridge to Marquinton - at least to give you an idea.) In this stretch, there are many food places, I've featured some of them here, such as Luyong, Zakee, Good Thymes and Tapsi ni Vivian. There are still so many waiting to be featured!

Another place that serves really good Pancit Malabon is Auntie's Bakeshop and Pasalubong! Obviously, this foodie spot is also located along Gil Fernando. I noticed a lot of people coming in and picking up their bilaos for advanced orders. Auntie's serves Pancit ng Taga Malabon, and it really tastes good! I love the sauce and the squid toppings.

While waiting for our orders, we munched on Classic Chicharon Puti :) (These are actually fish crackers!)

Auntie's also offers set meals called FIESTA MEALS. We all ordered Fiesta Meals, to have a portion of both the Pancit Malabon and an entree of our choice.

 Fiesta Meal #3: Lechon Kawali with Pancit Malabon and Rice (110 PhP)

  Fiesta Meal #2: Daing na Bangus with Pancit Malabon and Rice (110 PhP)

Fiesta Meal #4: Lumpiang Shanghai with Pancit Malabon and Rice (110 PhP)

Pangtulak #1: Royal (22 PhP)

Pangtulak #2: Pairing my Lechon Kawali with Coke Light (40 PhP) para healthy, di ba? :p

Auntie's wide selection of food for the hungry ones

I wasn't able to try their breads, I will next time :)

Visit Auntie's: your one stop shop for Pancit Malabon, yummy set meals, and lots of baked goodies!

44 Mayor Gil Fernando Ave., San Roque, Marikina City
Tel. No.: (02) 645-3549
Visit their website here.
They deliver to selected areas too! Just give them a ring for delivery inquiries.
Munching Budget per person: starts at 50 PhP

Marikina, aking hirang.



  1. I got to taste their pichi-pichi, which somebody brought for a meeting in the office :) I love it! :)

  2. Naalala ko nung bata ako pag dyan kami bibili ng malabon. sarap!

  3. hi mich! that was why i kept staring at the pichi-pichi... it was calling out to me! i'll make sure i try it next time. thanks so much!

  4. hi La-la-i-ne! :) I really liked their Pancit Malabon, too! Especially the squid rings covered in ink. Hehe! thanks!

  5. Just a suggestion, maybe you can also include in your tags the street name. In case, there's someone who would like to search for an establishment by street :) I like your blog. It's great that you're writing about Marikina food spots. It's like a different country to me, coming from ParaƱaque :)

  6. that is a great suggestion! ;-) thanks so much, and thanks for the kind words... welcome to the east side! hope you have a great foodie experience in Marikina as well ;-)

  7. great tasting pancit malabon! and aside from the best pichi pichi, their sapin sapin is just perfect..

    1. haven't tried their sapin sapin... will do next time. pero winner talaga ang pancit malabon nila! oh, and the chicharong puti (shrimp crackling) ;-)


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