Bistro Pamana in Makati Offers Timeless Dishes and Old-Fashioned Filipino Dining Experience
Updated as of March 30, 2020.
Food prices in the featured video have already changed.
Bistro Pamana, located along Perea Street in Legaspi Village, offers an old-fashioned yet sophisticated Filipino dining experience with its timeless dishes and heirloom recipes that have been preserved and passed on by generations.
Upon entering, guests are instantly enamored with the old-world charm of its interiors consisting of some antique pieces, old family portraits, and a thematic color of elegant purple.
Start your meal with Pamana’s innovative appetizer like the Crispy Adobong Pusit Calamares (Php 280) or crunchy yet chewy fritters coated in black squid ink. These bites are best enjoyed with a spicy vinegar dip on the side.
Crispy Adobong Pusit Calamares (Php 280)
One Filipino staple food and definitely one of the specialties here in Pamana is the Original Krispy Pata (Php 680), a succulent and sinful crispy bite with tender meat inside.
Original Krispy Pata (Php 680)
Apart from Filipino staples, the famed Barrio Fiesta’s Original Kare Kare (Php 385) is also being served here in Pamana! This simmering bowl of stew made with peanut butter and oxtail is not too sweet for your palate and is, of course, well complemented by the side bagoong (fish paste).
Barrio Fiesta’s Original Kare Kare (Php 385)
Savor delicious food in an ambiance of a lovely heritage and share moments with your loved ones at Pamana.
How to get here:
- From Ayala Avenue, turn right to Makati Avenue and then turn another right to Dela Rosa Street. Continue towards Perea street then turn left. Look for Greenbelt Mansion on the right side, Pamana is located on its first floor.
This first appeared in Philippine Primer Japanese and English magazines’ December 2019 issue.
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