I’m not really fond of pancit but in one of our trips up north, my climbing buddy, Lester suggested we made a stop at Aling Kikay’s in Cabagan, Cagayan. The place looks like your typical “turo-turo” (eatery) found in most provinces.
One thing you’ll notice when you reach the place is the number of cars & motorcycles parked in front of Aling Kikay’s so the place is usually packed during meal hours.
Of course we ordered Aling Kikay’s specialty, Pancit Cabagan which I read originated in Isabela. Aling Kikay boast of making the noodles used for the pancit herself. An order of pancit would cost P 80 and the serving is very generous. Don’t be overwhelmed because once you start eating you will surely finish it and would consider going for a second serving. Add a teaspoon or two of their vinegar & calamasi to enhance the flavor.