A proper date to celebrate what we normally wouldn’t celebrate. 😛 actually, just my excuse to try something new. 🙂
Pamana is a restaurant run by the Ongpaucos which highlights time tested family recipes that was handed down from one generation to another. It’s a classic Filipino dishes with somehow a twist.
The main dining hall is on the second floor. Though there are also a few tables outside and on the first floor. We opted to sit in the main dining room.
The hubby knows his way around the menu. It’s not his first time so when he says, it’s good. I trusted him. Here goes:
Crispy Adobong Pusit Calamares — Php 325 This dish deserves an astounding OH-MY-GOD with a very eaky squealing voice. This innovation is definitely one for the books. A must try and will surely be a repeat order every time. ❤ ❤
Okoy Bites – Php 225 Okay, this may not be completely new but I love that it’s in bite pieces already. It’s certainly still crispy but I would have wanted something with more meat or veggies in it.
Binagoongang Bagnet — Php 365 I am always down for some binaggongan. What I liked about this dish is how it remained crispy despite having some sauce at the bottom of the plate. I was disappointed however of how little sauce they provide. It seems the dish is just Bagnet, not Binagoongan.
I think there’s a lot of food to go around, that’s also the reason why there’s so much food left after we can barely eat another spoon.
With my hubby. ❤ ❤ ❤