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Les meilleurs restaurants recommandés par des habitants

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“Ranked as one of the best Carenderias in Angeles City, MILA's has been a household name for many Kapampangans since 1989. They were originally famous for their Tokwa't Baboy, but now they're more known for their unbelievably addicting crispy Sisig! Sisig is a Kapampangan staple consisting of grilled, diced pork cheeks, ears, liver, onions, and even pig brain. This beloved drinking food is often credited to Lucia “Aling Lucing” Cunanan of Angeles City, who made the best of the discarded ingredients from Clark Air Base. Due to the simplicity of the preparation and affordability of the ingredients, Sisig grew in popularity and more establishments, like MILA'S, began offering variants. ”
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BBQ Joint
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“ Aling Lucing is where the modern sisig was born. It all started with a happy accident. Lucia Cunanan, more known as Aling Lucing, was grilling pig ears as usual. ... Not wanting to throw out the burnt pork, she chopped it up, added some onions and vinegar, and called it her new version of sisig ”
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“PICCOLO PADRE: Experiencing Venice, Milan, and Sicily at the Best Italian ... 15 Jul 2016 · PICCOLO PADRE is a fine-dining restaurant located at Prime Asia Hotel, Angeles, Pampanga. Its menu and ornate interiors mirror the rich culinary journey and Italian heritage of third generation owner, Chef Danilo Giampaolo ”
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“Founded in 2009, Funnside Ningnangan, through the years, steadily grew in Pampanga and Bulacan, primarily because of its wide array of specialties including charcoal-grilled meat, seafood favorites, and dishes like bulalo, sinigang, chopsuey, and chicharon bulaklak.”
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Water Park
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“Wonderful German/Euro Style restaurant , great daily specials, outside garden sitting and indoor seating with Air Conditioning. Also a small bar if you just want drinks. ”
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Restaurant philippin
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“MATAM-IH is an Aeta dialect meaning delicious. Their well-trained food attendants are genuine members of the Aeta and Abelling indigenous people of Capas, where the largest concentration of the Tribe are found. They are also known as “Kulots” with their distinctive curly tresses, eyelashes and golden brown skin.”
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“Worth the visit, not just for it’s historical significance to the city, but also for it’s menu. Must try is their pizza selection.”
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“This is were you will find the locals hangout:). Lots of restaurant, cafes, different varieties of food. Catered to A, B and C Market. They also have a wet market if you want to buy Tocino and Tocino Karabaw. There is even totobits (fish balls, quikiam, kwek-kwek etc.) ”
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“After getting acquainted with a bit of the city's history and culture, it's time for some relaxation. You get to ride a 4 x 4 jeep for some off-road adventure as you ride through scenic canyons on your way to the resort. It also includes a buffet lunch, access to 11 hot spring pools and two warm baths, sand sauna, and a mud bath. ”
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“ BALE DUTUNG, is one of the most highly acclaimed restaurants in Asia. Ranked as one of the best by the Miele Guide in 2009, Chef Tayag’s humble abode reached celebrity status when he was featured on Anthony Bourdain’s “No Reservations” in 2008. It was only in 1979, after an Economics degree at UP-Clark, that Claude found himself backpacking in Europe and craving for homemade Filipino food. Living on only about $10 a day, he explored wet markets in search of cheap, alternative ingredients. Learning to experiment with food unleashed Chef Tayag’s culinary creativity and paved way to more milestones in his life such as Bale Dutung. Our time at Bale Dutung was like no other. Not only was the food memorable, the Filipino-inspired ambiance elevated the whole experience. By opening up their home, the Tayags increased our appreciation and understanding of the Filipino-Kapampangan heritage. ”
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