Buddy's Restaurant -- Lucban's Pride

It seems Pancit Habhab is synonymous with Lucban. I must admit that whenever I go to Lucban, I always eat Pancit Habhab. I'm on my second day of my 3-day vacation in my mother's hometown. Well, it's actually a vacation on the side. The real reason why I went here is to accompany my dad and pay for property tax. I had an advance request of the food I want to eat upon my arrival.  Home cooked Laing (gabi leaves with chopped garlic, ginger and coco milk) and Paksiw na Bangus with Labong (milkfish cooked in vinegar with bamboo shoots) for a very late lunch was waiting for us. Then of course, we had Pancit Habhab for dinner. 

Today, my cousin's family hosted lunch at Buddy's Restaurant. Tourists would always include Pancit Habhab in their order, but this time I want to eat something else. Well, I had pancit habhab already last night and I also know how to cook habhab so I can I actually have it anytime I want.

1/2 order of Pork Sisig with egg and rice (P85) - bestseller!

Spicy Crab Omelet with Rice (P135)

Chopsuey with Rice (P115) - hmm.. I prefer my veggies freshly cooked

Fried Chicken with Rice (P120) - crispy but a bit salty, I like it though.

Lumpiang Ubod (P70) - I love this!!!

Grilled Porkchop with Rice (P115)

You need not travel all the way to Quezon to have a taste of Buddy's sumptuous menu. They have branches all over the metro.

Taguig City

Ortigas Center
Pasig City

Timog Ave.
Quezon City