December 29, 2015

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  • Pampanga is known as the Culinary Capital of the Philippines. And what better way to prove that than to indulge on its traditional Kapampangan dishes? Apu in City of Dreams Manila will help you with that.

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    “APU” means “Granny” in the Pampanga language. Although the restaurant looks very high-class, they offer relaxed home-style dishes. One of their best sellers is APU’s Seafood Kare-Kare cooked with plump, succulent fresh shrimps, veggies, and bright orange colored sauce. It has that distinct creamy flavor which makes it more appetizing. It is also served with homemade bagoong.

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    TRY KAPAMPANGAN. APU’s Seafood Kare-Kare is priced at P790.

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    EXPERIENCE PINOY CUISINE. Try this fish salad at P680.

    Another recommended dish is Kinilaw na Tanigue. This Ceviche style fish pickle is made with white meat row fish and coconut vinegar. Last, but definitely not the least, one should try their sisig. This sizzling delicacy is a favorite of both locals and foreigners so you should not miss out on this one.

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    GO SIZZLING. APU’s sizzling pork sisig is priced at P390.

    What makes Apu a great restaurant is it has an exotic and luxurious atmosphere but with a variety of home styled dishes. Try Kapampangan dishes and satisfy your cravings with Apu.

                 
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