We had a total of 4 noodle dishes – pancit canton (stir fried noodles), pancit bihon (rice vermicelli), birthday misua (thin noodles made from wheat flour), and lomi (fresh egg noodles).
Jennie bought the pancit bihon from Aling Banang in San Juan. I’ve never tasted it before and it was a big surprise. It was topped with a generous quantity of lechon kawali (fried pork belly) which made it so decadent.
In the picture below are the birtday misua, pancit bihon and pancit canton. Valerie’s excellent lomi is in the steel pot in the background. As usual I forgot to take some pictures.