Wondering what is meant by “bangihan”? It’s a deep tagalog word for ihawan 😉 in Kapampangan naman, it’s called ningnangan.
Bangihan ni Kuya is a restaurant located in Candelaria Quezon province. It’s along the hiway – not by the main road or national hiway but on the diversion road – and is still very accessible. We had our birthdays treat there, at first we thought of doing it in Shakeys or Pizza Hut, but I knew that my father will not enjoy the pizza and pasta alone so we changed our mind and had it to Bangihan ni Kuya instead. So right after mass that we attended at BVMQW, we went to the resto for lunch.
Bangihan ni Kuya has almost 10 shacks where they serve foods with. When we were seated, the staff handed us the menu in which food prices vary from 200 to 500, typical Pinoy foods that we know of. We ordered sinigang na salmon, ginataang kalabaw (because I am sure tatay will surely love it and he did! Sya nakaubos), ginataang mixed seafoods and crispy pata. Did not order that much, wala na ko maisip na masarap and besides, we might not consume them all like what happened in Old San Juan (oh and I haven’t posted it yet here). Total amount we paid was Php1,570.00 – 4 viands + 12 rice + 1L of sprite. Still very affordable.
Here are the photos I took.
And here’s my family who enjoyed lunch together especially tatay who ate the whole serving of ginataang kalabaw hehe… Missing my husband here and our brother Aris.
Bangihan ni Kuya is not fully developed yet, there is this construction in progress that looks like a function hall. But in totality, this is a restaurant that is also worth visiting for in the South.