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Sunday, February 10, 2013

Pampanga Food Trip


Fact: If your office is located in Bonifacio Global City (BGC), aka “The Fort” , you‘ll be tempted to dine-out since cafés, teahouses and restaurants can be found in almost every avenue of this busy district.

From all the “Pros” of working in BGC, “good food” is what I loved about this place, especially during weekdays, be it a lunch break or after a long day of work. But on weekends, it’s still good to travel outside the Metro and have a taste of authentic native cuisines. Aside from Nuvali and Tagaytay, Pampanga is one of the best nearby places for food tripping. You may visit the following restaurants and café:


Apag Marangle (Angeles, Pampanga) - try their authentic Kapampangan dishes, such as kamaru,  mudfish, fried frog and duck caldereta for a new experience.


Nathaniels’s Bakeshop (San Fernando, Pamapanga) – best for pasalubong, you may try their best sellers: buko pandan juice, putopao, siomai, lumpyang sariwa  

Original Razon’s (San Fernando Pampanga) –for a quick merienda, pancit palabok and halo-halo will fully satisfy your cravings

Zulu Cofee and Tea Shop (Angeles, Pampanga) – best for their cakes and frapuccino! With a nice garden ambiance while sipping your drinks



 
                         (photos courtesy of CJ parcon)

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