Koffee Klatch is located in an old stoned structure called Doña Ana Building. On the outside, it is embellished with grill windows. Inside, drapery in pink, yellow, cream and white envelope a dangling chandelier at the center of the dining area. Here, we had the first bite of pansit habhab – a local noodle delicacy of Lucban. But more than the pansit, the chicken adobo gave a more lasting impression to my taste buds. Perhaps this can be charged to the fact that we ate pansit habhab with a plate and fork instead of slurping it from a sheet of banana leaf out on the street as locals usually would.
Related Itinerary: The Pahiyas of Quezon Province