Monday, December 05, 2011

Daet: Toasted Siopao, Pancit atbp.

When one speaks of Bicol Foods, one word comes to mind - SPICY. This region is known for Bicol Express, Pinangat and Laing. I have already featured these hot and delectable dishes here. Daet in Camarines Sur is no exception to Bicol's love affair with peppers. In fact, one of their more popular fastfood, Graceland, features a value meal with Bicol Express on it. But this post is not about those spicy foods, in fact, it is more of the opposite because a couple of photos shown here were Daet's very-own delectable treat, the Toasted Siopao (shown above) and Pasalubong pieces of Tarts, Brownies and Macaroons.

Other than that, here are some of the more common dishes, also found elsewhere in the country, but with a Daet twist:

Pancit with Crunchy Lechon Kawali Toppings



Shrimp and Crab-Stick Dumpling



Spicy Wanton and Beef Mami



Pili-Infused Delectable Sweets

15 comments:

  1. Oh, I should definitely have had more dinner this evening!! These look delicious and I'm hungry all over again! Terrific captures, Oman! Hope you've had a good weekend. And thank you for your very kind words on my post several evenings ago, I appreciate them so much. Have a great week!

    Sylvia

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  2. you should've tried the kakanin called "angko" and the pianono w/ pili. YUMMMM

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  3. I've been to Daet a couple of times and the food sure is unforgettable! There are several cozy places along Bagasbas Beach but my yummiest meal was with the very kind and accommodating Vinzons family. The seafoods were fresh and definitely mouthwatering. And the gata! Yummy! Try sinantol. It's preserved santol rind yata. Daet is certainly one of my most amazing food-trip experiences. :-)

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  4. i think in this set ill love the shrimp and crab stick dumpling the most.

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  5. It was a mistake reading this post. That pancit with lechon kawali made me cry. I wanna go to a Pinoy resto NOW.

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  6. ang sasarap. nakakatakam yung shrimp and crab-stick dumpling..

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  7. Grabe yung pancit. Mukhang masarap.

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  8. grabe natakam ako sa pancit with lechon kawali toppings! ganyan dapat ang mga pancit dito sa manila!

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  9. I would love to try the toasted siopao!

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  10. the pancit with lechon kawali tops is my fave so far.

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  11. buti na lang medyo busog ako ngayon. hahaha. pero mas gusto kong kainin yung shrimp and crab stick dumpling. masaya rin pumunta ng isang lugar para food trip.

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  12. thanks for ruining my diet oman... now im looking for siopao and will fry it later. hahahah

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  13. Hi Oman! I’m so happy to be here after my accident ;)

    You're making me hungry... ;)

    Blogtrotter Two is around Scandola. Fabulous! Enjoy and have a great weekend!

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  14. Iba ba yan sa Fried Siopao ng Binondo? Looks yummy.

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  15. siopao and mami - totally irrefusable :) love that toasted siopao. I bet the smell pa lang so delicious na.

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