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    Pasalubong Shopping on Calle Budin, Tayabas, Quezon

    A portion of Jacinto St. between A.M. Regidor and Legaspi Streets is the so called Calle Budin of Tayabas, Quezon where you can buy budin (cassava pudding) and other Quezon specialties e.g. broas (ladyfingers), nilupak, pancit hab-hab (pancit lucban) noodles, tikoy, Lucban longganisa (pork sausage Lucban style), pinagong, sometimes pinais, lambanog (plain and flavored) as well as pasalubong products from nearby Laguna towns e.g. espasol, puto seko, shing-a-ling, uraro et al.

    Photos of Tayabas' Calle Budin (Cassava Pudding Street, Olympus 1050SW):

    Calle Budin sign at the corner of Legaspi and jacinto St.
    you cannot park your car on Kalye Budin for it's too narrow or the house owner won't let you, park along Legazpi or Regidor
    take your pick on Quezon pasalubong shopping at one store visited by Tutubi

    Tutubi hurriedly bought 5 budin at a cost of P28.00/piece (good for 2-3 persons), a large can of Campville broas at P140.00, a small pack of Campita's tikoy at P40 each, plus a small bottle of lambanog (distilled coconut wine).


    Kalye Budin
    Tayabas Pasalubong Shopping
    Coordinates: N14°1'32" E121°35'38"

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    posted by backpacking philippines @ 8:42 PM,


    At Dec 14, 2010, 9:46:00 AM, Blogger Photo Cache said...

    yummy, i've never had pancit habhab before.

    At Dec 14, 2010, 2:31:00 PM, Blogger [cookiespink] said...


    At Dec 15, 2010, 6:37:00 PM, Anonymous Asian safari said...

    Awesome,great, awesome beauty.

    At Jan 7, 2011, 1:33:00 PM, Anonymous Asian safari said...

    It is fantastic.......


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