The Aling Banang restaurant offers delicious Filipino fare for a quick snack or dinner. Try the deliciously prepared juane, lechón, and dinuguan that Aling Banang provides. Good ice cream and tasty halo-halo are delectable. The beer served here is delicious.
Tokwa’t Baboy – Our signature lechon kawali with fried tofu and house vinegar. Good for 1 person
Fried Tokwa – 1 piece of crispy fried tofu served with house vinegar
Lumpiang Toge – 1 piece fried vegetable spring roll with house vinegar
Suka (500ml) – Our signature vinegar. Great for tofu, lumpia and our special tabaron!
Tabaron (200g) – Taba ng Baboy chicharon.
Chili Oil (120ml)
Bihon with soup – Glass noodles in a clear broth
Miki-bihon w/ soup – Egg and glass noodles in a clear broth
Lomi – Egg Noodles in rich broth served with crispy lechon kawali
Pork Mami – Thin Egg Noodles in a clear broth served with crispy lechon kawali
Saging con Yelo
Homemade Ice Cream (3 Scoops)
Leche Flan (1 Llanera)
Ube (1 Llanera)
Bottled Water – 500 ml bottled water
Soda 1.25L – choice of pepsi, mountain dew, 7up
House Blend Iced Tea (500ml) – Our houseblend of calamansi iced tea
Aling Banang History
Aling Banang’s had its humble beginnings when Urbana Silva Santiago set it up in the 1930s at the San Juan Public Market. The stall had a table and a few long wooden benches that were modestly sized. The first dish was halo-halo, made with homemade ingredients like red monggo, white beans, sweetened banana, pinipig, macapuno, gulaman, sago, halaya ube, and leche flan. Empty evaporated milk tin cans were used to serve the delicious dessert. Throughout the summer, Aling Banang typically opens her shop.
The fifth of Aling Banang’s twelve children is Adoracion, also called Ising. She began working in her mother’s halo-halo stall at 18 and quickly earned her reputation as a tenacious young lady. After getting married, she began her own family. She had her hands full taking care of 8 kids while also trying to make ends meet, but she never showed any signs of slowing down. To preserve her mother’s legacy, Ising kept Aling Banang’s name when she took over the straightforward and modest stall her mother had built.
Ising finally decided to grow the company after a few years of operation. She expanded her menu and served various noodle dishes, including palabok, bihon guisado, bihon with soup, and homemade ice cream.
Halo-halo and pancit bihon have made Aling Banang’s famous. Pancit bihon is well known for its exceptional flavor and crunchy, juicy lechon kawali topping. In contrast, Aling Banang’s halo-halo is known for its divine leche flan and homemade ice cream.
Aling Banang Online Delivery Information
You can order directly from the Aling Banang, choose from their online Menu, and have the food delivered to you. Also, with the abundance of food delivery apps (such as FoodPanda, GrabFood, etc.), you can choose one to make your order.
Aling Banang Branch Finder & Opening Hours
Currently 4 locations are available, for dine-in and online orders.
San Juan: 240 N Domingo St. Brgy Corazon De Jesus, San Juan City Metro Manila, Telephone: 09052368721, Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday 07:00 AM to 10:00 PM, Tuesday CLOSED. (Also operated as Banang Express)
Quezon City: 284 E Rodriguez Sr Ave 108 Dona Anita Bldg Brgy Damayang Lagi Quezon City, Telephone: 09953535015, Opening Hours: Monday – Saturday 07:00 AM to 9:00 PM, Sunday CLOSED.
Makati: 1198 Vito Cruz Extension Brgy Sta. Cruz, Makati City, Telephone: 09165623120, Opening Hours: Monday – Saturday 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM, Sunday CLOSED.
Pasig: 34 Countryside Dr Brgy Sta Lucia Pasig City, Telephone: 09153413183 Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM, Tuesday CLOSED.
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