I do not really care whether my favorite pancit from the north is spelled as Batil Patung or Bating Patong. I care about taste. Intay Ag Pancit's version of this beloved Tugueguarao staple delivers warm, fuzzy feels in a plate. For Php90, you can savor rich, flavorful noodles in a rich secret sauce with beef, chicharon, and poached egg. The flavor is consistent and the chopped red onions liven up the dish especially after pouring on the sauce. It is best paired with their houseblend iced tea.
For dessert, I highly recommend their dulce de leche chocolate cake and rice coffee. The cake is moist and mildly sweetened, while the rice coffee has a roasted, nutty aftertaste that lingers in your mouth. It is a delightful ending to a perfect meal in the heart of Quezon City.
If you want a filling meal from the north without breaking the bank, I suggest that you check out Intay Ag Pancit. It is truly a memorable experience.