Old Center Panciteria is a restaurant where they make their own pansit habhab.
You can order food and eat at the restaurant.
What to buy: Buy your dried Pansit Habhab and bring to your home.
Dried Pansit Habhab last longer than the fresh and it can be stored in your pantry until you cook it.
Watch how they make fresh Pansit Habhab at the store/restaurant.
What to pay: ~ PHP 45.00. / half kilo
Yes! Quality pasalubong (gift) from Lucban like Broas, Apas, Otap, Miki Lucban noodles and many more. If you are a tourist I must recommend to buy their famous Broas or Ladyfinger. I like their broas for it's quality and i must say that the best in Lucban!!! What so special for their broas is that it has the combination of crunchiness and sweetness! Great for pasalubong!!! Last time I bought two big cans of Broas for P480 each, one for my sister's family Annable and for my family. My kids love it! They also have smaller cans and packs of broas. Also i bought Miki Lucban noodles for only P42 per pack (less expensive than the others which is P45 each per pack). They have also many other products like peanut brittle, atsarang ampalaya, ubod at papaya which my husband's favorites! One thing don't forget is their brownies, semi moist chocolate brownies! I love it so much! I had a time to chat with the owner, she said that they will be having Longganisang Lucban soon! wow I can't wait to taste their own homemade Longganisang Lucban. Hope it is better than the Longganisa i used to buy at Lucban. A one stop shop Lucban pasalubong center soon!
What to buy: Definitely Broas- I love their quality Broas it is one of a kind.
Eker & Ely is a one-stop "Pasalubong" (bring home food,snacks & delicacies) store.
What to buy: It sells the best Lucban longanisa we've tried (with just the right blend of spices to cure tender ground meat), the best dried Pancit Habhab for cooking, and almost all the delicacies from Quezon and other towns in the country like broas, uraro, piyaya, pastillas, mazapan, espasol, achara, coco vinegar, etc.
What to pay: P25-100, depending on your choice of pasalubong
It's just an informal set-up at the sidewalk, but locals mill around the sidewalk vendor. Why? Because people forget to mind risking their health when they smell the aroma of streetfood being cooked.
What to buy: I was almost tempted to buy such crispy "okoy" with really plenty of small shrimps, unlike that sold in supermarkets with more flour batter than shrimps. It cost only P12 for a 6 to7 inch-diameter "okoy" (crispy-fried shrimp patty). There are also bananas skewered on sticks, locally called bananacue.
What to pay: P5-12, depending on your choice of food
"Yaring Lucban, Galing Lucban" is the theme of 2009's Trade Fair. It simply means the products being showcased are all produced by the Lucban locals using the natural resources of Lucban.
The Trade Fair is a much-awaited event because goods are sold at low prices.
(I noticed they spell "tiangge" as "tyangge".)
What to buy: Fine buntal hats, utility baskets made of pandan leaves, papaya achara (pickled papaya), vegetable achara, dried pancit habhab, and the famous longanisa.
What to pay: Guaranteed low prices for all merchandise. I bought a buntal hat for only P40; a similar hat is sold for P150 in department stores. We bought 4 dozens of small-size Lucban longanisa for P65 per dozen, and 1kg-pack of dried Pancit Habhab for only P40.
Eker & Ely is a store that specializes in local food items (like broas, uraro,etc) from many parts of the country, but most especially, food items from Lucban.
What to buy: Lucban Longanisa & Dried Pancit Habhab Noodles
What to pay: Lucban Longanisa is sold by the dozen: P130 for big longanisa; P65 for small
Dried Pancit Habhab Noodles: P45/500gm pack P25/250gm pack
The plaza of Lucban is surrounded by stalls offering you the heavenly delicacies of Lucban.
What to buy: - pancit habhab
- longganisa ng lucban, i like this because it doesn't attract flies unlike other variety of
- suka ng lucban (vinegar)
- and many more
What to pay: I spent around 700 for my pasalubong
You must be visiting Lucban during the festivals. May 15 every year, Lucban town celebrates the Pahiyas Festival. Selected streets have houses adorned with a decor like Kiping, rice cakes, fruits and vegetables, rice grains, native lanterns and beautiful flowers and ferns.
You may want to bring home some of the local delicacies. You have to make sure you consume the perishable ones in a day or two to keep their freshness.
You will find a lot of street vendors like the ones that I have posted here. They sell all kinds of local stuff like key rings, jewelries, t-shirts, hats, and all kinds of souvenirs that can be found in Lucban.
Take a look, buy some, and enjoy the harvests of Lucbanins.
What to buy: Souvenirs like T-shirts and Key Rings and Longganisa and Broas
This is a well known native food pasalubong store in Lucban, Quezon, Philippines. How they were able to build a good reputation, if not the best, it is because they'd been there since 1958 as they claim from the outside of their old building.
There are Broas, Piaya, Peanut Brittle and many more delicacies that can be found only in this town. But the one thing you should not forget is to buy their special longganisa. This is their specialty. The store sell it by dozens.
Try this store and have a taste of Lucban.
What to buy: Special Longganisa
They sell Pancit Lucban noodles for PHP 45 (big pack), broas (PHP 35-50), apas (PHP 30), and hardinera (PHP 230).
What to buy: They sell Pancit Lucban noodles for PHP 45 (big pack), broas (PHP 35-50), apas (PHP 30), and hardinera (PHP 230).
everywhere int town has an assortment of shops since this is a tourist town.
What to buy: assorted sweets and goodies.
What to pay: very cheap