May 13, 2015

Pamana

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  • The Pamana Restaurant is visibly a reflection of its great heritage. From its furnishings, its walls full of old pictures, and down right to their food, the place truly exudes a sense of home and legacy.

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    Customers also often opt to dine at the third floor for the open space and fresh Tagaytay air. The skin of their Binagoongang Bagnet is crunchy and crackling at the same time. The meat portion is so tender and flavorful.

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    Binagoongang Bagnet (P370)

    Binagoongang Bagnet is just one of the many delightful dishes you can try when you drop by Pamana in Tagaytay. Their menu offers both traditional and reinvented versions of dishes in Filipino cuisine like Sizzling Balut a la Probresite, Three Way Adobo, Manila’s original Crispy Pata, and the Tagaytay staple Bulalo. Their version of kare-kare is such a delight. The thick, creamy and well-balanced, peanut-y taste is something to go back to every time you visit Tagaytay. The vegetables are fresh and crunchy.

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    The Best Kare-Kare (P295)

    In true Filipino fashion, the food at Pamana Restaurant is best enjoyed shared. Indeed, it is the perfect place for Sunday lunches with the family.

                 
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