I like pancit that is cooked by people actually from the Philipines. There are Chinese restaurants around here that have pancit on the menu for delivery. I have tried two different ones- once with pork and once with beef. Both restaurants brought me plain cooked noodles with a small amount of meat in it. It didn't look or taste anything like the pancit I have eaten, which includes some vegies and is more of a dark yellow color instead of white. These Chinese restaurants also have a House Special Mei Fun (pancit) and various types of Lo Mein (soft noodles) and a Yat Gaw Mein (includes egg). Would any of those get me pancit that is a little more like the Filipinos actually make it? I tried to ask once when I called the restaurant but there is somewhat of a language barrier.