Top 8 Restaurants You Must Try in Pampanga

5. EVERYBODY’S CAFÉ

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Coming from the name “Everybody”, this restaurant is for children, adults, and elders. The dishes are perfect for everyone even for those who loves exotic foods. They are serving their special dish of Betute or also called as frog dish. The favorite dishes in this restaurant are Pancit Luglug which is the glass noodles combined with delicious milk sauce and Mami which is the egg noodles combined with shredded meat and savoring broth. You have to try at least one of them in your next food trip in here.

6. PICCOLO PADRE RESTAURANT

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Treat yourself after stressful load of works. This fine-dining restaurant will surely wash away your stress. You can find this restaurant in Prime Asia Hotel, Angeles, Pampanga. If you want to try their dishes, you have to prepare at least PHP 1,500 per head. It is quite expensive, but it is all worth it. To give you idea on what to order, choose Ahi Katsu and Live Oyster Inferno for appetizer, Ossocubo Alla Milanese and Capllini D’ Angelo Al Rau’ Di Mare for your main dish, and Cannoli Sicilian to finish your meal.



7. B&B

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In the Philippines, street foods are popular. The founder of this restaurant has come up with a great idea to establish his own restaurant that presents beer and barbeques for it is a great combination of feast seasons. Aside from barbeque, they also have popular dishes such as Sisig and other dishes that represents Kapampangan.

8. BAHN MI

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If you love Vietnamese dishes, this would be the right restaurant for you. Chef Rex is the founder of this eatery. Among Vietnamese restaurants in Pampanga, people say that it stands out among the others with Vietnamese cuisines.

So, what are you waiting for? Hop on these wonderful restaurants on your next Pampanga visit!

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