Top 5 Foodie Places in San Fernando, Pampanga
2016 May 23 | by janndel
Pampanga is known as the culinary capital of the Philippines. To be a foodie spot in its capital of San Fernando would take quite a feat but these five have claimed the hearts of many of our fellow Pueblo de Oro homeowners.
Mc Arthur Highway, Dolores, City of San Fernando, Pampanga
Contact Number: (+6345)8612480
Since 1972, Susie’s Cuisine has satisfied the cravings of Kapampangans with its renowned pancit luglug,and kakanin such as mochi, tibok-tibok, sapin-sapin, rice cake, and cassava cake. From a small carinderia, it has expanded to encompass fourteen branches in different provinces. It’s an awesome place to grab a bite or to bring home a snack.
Jun Jun’s Bibingka & Barbecue
Dolores Homesite, Mc Arthur Highway, City of San Fernando, Pampanga
Contact Number: (+6345)9613415
Jun Jun’s has been serving their signature bibingka, barbecue, and sisig since the 1960s. The sisig is an authentic Kapampangan recipe, made from pig’s ears and snout, combined with lots of onions. The barbecue and its secret sauce is a favorite among locals and tourists. Their specialties will keep you coming back for more.
Km-69 MacArthur Highway, Dolores, City of San Fernando, Pampanga
Contact Number: (+6345)9610539
Offering and promoting original Kapampangan cuisine and culture, Bale Capampangan provides diners with a buffet of rich tastes combined with traditional ambience. Dishes are prepared inside handmade clay jars but heated by modern burners inside. Eat all you can and learn the local words for male and female to avoid getting mixed up in the restrooms.
Del Pilar, Mac Artur Highway, City of San Fernando, Pampanga
Contact Number:(+6345)8601121 / (+6345) 9617121 / (+63922)8467121
Founded just after World War II, Everybody’s Café offered a common area where everyone can relish in home-cooked meals. Today, that area is airconditioned but it still offers the same premise and turo-turoordering. Bits of history dot the place such as missile containers repurposed into table parts. The restaurant is known for its morcon while bold diners try its fried camaru (crickets), betute (frogs), and pindang tapa (water buffalo).
Denlim’s Kitchen Restaurant
25 Maharlika Street, Sindalan, City of San Fernando, Pampanga
Contact Number: (+63917)8808552
Denlim’s Kitchen is not a restaurant; it is the private kitchen of Dennis Lim – and it shows with its quirky décor composed of wood, brick, and kitchen utensils. It only caters to one large group every night and it’s booked months in advance. The kitchen offers customizable menus based on the guests preferences and all dishes are mouthwatering.
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