Barbecue stands along the streets are a common sight in the Philippines--this street food has undoubtedly been one of the ways Filipinos would bond and enjoy the simple pork or chicken skewers with family and friends. B&B Grill in Pampanga upped the barbecue game by pushing the simple stand into a restaurant, pairing grilled meats with ice cold beer.
Located on a quiet barangay in Angeles City, Mila’s Tokwa’t Baboy can be considered a culinary institution. This hole-in-the-wall eatery has been serving patrons since 1986. It is already an iconic fixture in Pampanga’s diverse culinary delights, and many local celebrities (such as KC Montero and Chef Gene Gonzales) have come here to sample the humble yet delicious fare. – – One of Pampanga’s most popular contributions to Filipino cuisine is sizzling sisig – marinated chopped pig ears, meat, onions and chicken liver seasoned with vinegar and calamansi. Mila’s has one of the best versions of this dish, as their recipe has been perfected by their thirty-five years of experience […]
Walking Street in Angeles City, Pampanga is a colorful, dizzying hodgepodge of seedy bars and clubs, upscale hotels and not-so-respectable ones, and restaurants of varied cuisines and price ranges. In the midst of all the craziness is Taqueria Real, a Mexican eatery serving the best street tacos and burritos you’ll ever have in the city (and possibly in the whole country). – DESPITE ITS SIMPLE APPEARANCE, Taqueria Real serves the best authentic Mexican goods. – This small street-side shack opens at the same time the red-light district comes alive – from five p.m. to three a.m. There are only five chairs, on a long counter where you can see dolled-up […]