My grandmother often buy Pancit Chami at Plaza but it is now called Plaza Green during Sunday after going to church.
The picture of Pancit Chami you are seeing is from Plaza. I bought it when I went home last week of May in time for the Pasayahan. Just like before, Pancit Chami was wrapped in banana leaf and paper. The only difference I noticed was it does not contain quail eggs or maybe they ran out of stock, but the taste? It’s still the same.
Aside from Plaza, we also buy Pancit Chami at Mang Badoring. A panciteria near our home that offers short order of all kinds of pancit – chami, miki bihon, pancit bihon and lomi. Pancit Chami from Badoring is darker and saucy than Plaza. You can also prefer it sweet or a little spicy, just tell the crew when you order. However, I am not aware if Badoring’s Panciteria still exist and I was not able to ask my cousin about it.
My short visit in the province was all worth it because aside from seeing my grandmother we enjoyed eating our favorite Pancit Chami together, just like the old times.