Tita Beth’s Pancit Malabon Haus
In Bacolod City, you go to Tita Beth’s Pancit Malabon if you get a hankering for pancit malabon. But, there’s more to Tita Beth’s than just our favorite pancit. Read more.
For the last six years, Beth Sales, better known as Tita Beth, who is from Luzon, endeared herself to the Bacoleños because of her sweet personality and savory bilao (native woven tray) of Pancit Malabon that has been the centerpiece of many occasions big or small. It is such a treat because each order has lots of vegetables, chicharon, slices of boiled eggs, and seafood and oozing with that special yellow Malabon sauce that makes this noodle dish so good!
In our family, we would just normally buy Tita Beth’s pancit malabon for take out. Never have I set foot in their Bacolod restaurant because someone always does the ordering and picking up.
But not this time. I recently visited Tita Beth’s Pancit Malabon Haus with my family and we got to talk to her. Prior to her Bacolod restaurant business, Tita Beth was a banker while her husband Mer was in pharmaceutical sales. She related that she loved to cook and when she opted for early retirement, she started the restaurant.
Tita Beth also handled caterings for the events of former colleagues and friends. Her passion, however, is not just for cooking but also for eating good food and for sharing them with others. As she is also a good host, she knows how it is to prepare food that will surely delight guests. That is why, her business continued growing.
During our visit to this Bacolod restaurant, we were surprised that at the rear end of their rather narrow place, they even have an air-conditioned function room. You can dine more comfortably at Tita Beth’s Pancit Malabon Haus with its homey interior for just an additional 10% on your bill. You can also occupy the whole room and it’s consumable for a minimum food purchase of P3,000 (10% aircon fee waived).
And the most delightful discovery that we have is that Tita Beth Pancit Malabo Haus has so many items on her menu–Filipino all-time favorites and some Japanese-inspired dishes. There is surely something for every taste and craving.
Tita Bet’s Pancit Malabon Sizes
- Small – P70 (solo)
- Medium – P330 (good for 5 persons)
- Large – P560 (good for 15 persons)
- X-Large – P980 (good for 25 persons)
Tita Beth’s is open daily for lunch until around 9pm. Judging from what you can see in front of their store, you know that they serve nilaga as well as pork and chicken barbecue. Plus, they have an assortment of pork, chicken, and seafood dishes. They have crispy pata, lechon kawali, sizzling sisig, tokwa’t baboy, stuffed grilled pusit, kare-kare, sizzling bulalo, boneless bangus, and many more. They also have Japanese rice toppings, mixed tempura, and even sukiyaki.
To complete the native ambiance, they also have kakanin (native delicacies) like sapin-sapin, maja blanca, and cassava cake. And everything is ridiculously delicious!
For families or groups of four, you would be happy to know that Tita Beth’s has assorted fiesta meals that are very affordable. Check these out:
1. Crispy pata, kare-kare, rice, and 1.5L Coke – P600
2. Lechon kawali, grilled pusit, kare-kare, rice, and 1.5L Coke – P550
3. Pork barbecue, ebi tempura, pancit malabon, rice, and 1.5L Coke – P550
4. Inasal na manok, kare-kare, rice, and 1.5L Coke – P550
27th-Lacson Street, Mandalagan, Bacolod City, Negros Occidental, Philippines
They accept orders as well as catering services for small to medium gatherings. For inquiries and orders, call Tel. Nos. 435-2833 or 476-0107
Tita Beth’s Pancit Malabon Branches:
- Rizal Street, Silay City
- Fiesta Market, Ayala Malls Capitol Central, Gatuslao Street, Bacolod City