Last 2006, Chami Festival was added to the Pasayahan Festival so as to exhibit the most famous noodle dish of the City of Lucena. If Lucban, Quezon has the pancit lucban, well, Lucenahins have Chami! This noodle dish is mainly composed of Miki Noodles (Shanghai-style noodles), garnished with meat and veggies. It can be cooked in sweet and spicy, plain/classic or the spicy style.
The highlights of the Pasayahan festival this year are: the Grand Parade, Street Dance Coompetition, Pintahan sa Banga, G. at Bb. Pasayahan, Mall Day, Flores de Mayo, the night market (kabit-kalas) and of course the Chami Cooking and Eating contests!
And as a follow-up for our Chami Love couple shirt, we bring you this Pasayahan 2012 souvenir shirt, both from talk@tee Philippines Series!
For more details on how you could get these shirts, just visit talk@tee's official website at www.talkatee.com or visit and Like their Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/talkateeshirts.