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Caloocan City, one of the farther cities up north, often times is overlooked for the other cities due to its distance. But Caloocan has many other things to offer. Despite its distance, it houses some of the original restaurants that have made its place in the more urbanized side of Manila.
The Original Savoury Chicken
Started at 1950, The Original Savoury Chicken served a fried chicken recipe that appealed to both the Chinese and the Filipinos. Despite the Chickenjoys and the McChickens gaining popularity, the savoury fried chicken has always struck a chord with the older generations as it is a product of home cooking. The skin is cooked to a crisp, appearing similarly to that of Macau fried chicken. Their menu has expanded now to more vegetables, soup, fish, and even combo orders that have all the traditional favourites such as lumpiang shanghai, crab and corn soup, and more home-cooked favourites.
Silver Crown Panciteria, Inc.
Just like its name, the Silver Crown Panciteria is known for their pancit. With freshly chopped vegetables and noodles cooked to perfection, all this tossed into their famous pancit. They have also expanded their menu to a more Chinese cuisine. They have other dishes such as their Yang Chow Fried Rice, Sweet and Sour Fish, and their own style of Chinese fried chicken. It’s definitely a shot at the Southern borders of Caloocan.
A Filipino restaurant with a more modern taste to their flavours. What they make up with quantity, they make up with quality. One of their specialties happens to be their crispy Binagoongan and their Kare-Kare which many people have said has been their best. They also have a variety of drinks such as a Mocha Frape and Caramel Frape, in lieu to the tradition of being a cafe. They also serve milk tea which is not usually the case in most Filipino restaurants. A simple yet rustic ambiance, this place is a date-worthy place for foodies.