The essence of throwing a party at home with a Filipino theme is not how expensive the food is. It’s a celebration of togetherness in honor of a person’s existence, the start of new beginnings, or someone’s gains and achievements. Filipinos love to eat and look forward to enjoying the occasion with good food. It’s a host’s delight to seeing guests savoring what is served.
Residents of Quezon City will find this caterer in the Kamuning area as convenient, stress-free, and fail-proof when it comes to pleasing guests’ palates. Your Php5,000 budget will be way more than enough to party for 25 people or even more! There’s even enough to share the food with—read: your neighbors you didn’t get to invite, the helpful guard in your village or condo building, or guests who’ll appreciate the traditional but not requisite pabalot.”
On the corners of A. Lake Street and Aurora Boulevard in Quezon City is Aling Banang’s that offers affordable yet generous party fare for instant get-togethers. Loyal patrons are quick to point out that the word “siksik” always come to mind when it comes to the way food orders are packed to take away. Take, for instance, Aling Banag’s Pancit Bilao Specialty, which is a mix of pancit canton and bihon noodles mixed with sautéed vegetables and overloaded with lechon kawali, to the point of not seeing the noodles on the onset.
Now, to put a party for 25 together, here’s a simple computation for your party menu: 1 bilao of pancit bihon, Php800; fried chicken (Php40.00/pc.), Php1,000; special halo-halo, (Php50 each), Php1,250; fried rice (Php12 per order) Php300.00; fried lumpia toge (Php10.00), Php 250; sofdrinks Php200.00. All these will only total PHP3,800.
To complement your pancit meal, get Pande Maria’s Spanish rolls (Php2 per piece) and your total food bill runs up to PHP4,000 only. Hard to believe but true!
The taste of Pande Maria’s freshly baked Spanish rolls with creamy butter inside it will surely leave one craving for more. The breads are also good savored alone with a hot cup of brewed coffee—great for a rainy day breakfast or merienda.
Break breads and serve noodles for long life—it’s a simple but hearty party fare formula that will have guests raving about your good food and you giving yourself a pat on the back for being such a budget-smart host.
For orders: contact Aling Banang’s at (+632) 723-2004 and Pande Maria at (+632) 441-4961.