Tuesday, August 9, 2016

#PRT2016 : Pampanga Restaurant Tour 2016


23-months’ stay (in Pampanga) in a nut shell: Eat, eat, eat, and eat. Hahaha! Kiddin’ aside, Pampanga has been good to my family, and for being true to its reputation – being the country’s culinary capital, eating has been THE #1 activity of ours. And speaking of eating, let me share with you what transpired in the recently concluded Pampanga Restaurant Tour 2016 last July 30-31, (which I’m part of for 2 consecutive years now. Yay!) organized by Pampanga Bloggers Society.


This year’s PRT includes:

Day 1:

1. Historic Tour at Nayong Pilipino
2. Nature Tour at Abe’s Farm
3. Food Tour at TollHouse

Day 2:

1. Cafe Noelle
2. Cafe Fleur
3. Apag Maragle

I only attended Day 1 due to prior engagement.

PBS allowed me tag along my 4-yr old daughter and she became an honorary member of the society. Hehe!

Here’s a sneak peek:

Nayong Pilipino
 If you are into cultural or historic tour of the Philippines and on a tight budget, then you are in for a treat because Nayong Pilipino will give you a taste of everything Pinoy. This 45 acre property that holds miniature version of key cities of the Philippines now sits within the vicinity of Clark Freeport Zone in Pampanga.

Entrance Fee:

Adult – 150php
Senior – 120php
Children – 100php

You may contact them at: +6345-436-1718

Abe’s Farm
From Clark, we drove to Magalang, Pampanga to visit the famous Abe’s Farm. Abe is a Kapampangan word that means “friend”.

If you are looking for a quiet countryside vacay for you and your family, this is the best place to go. Oh, and don’t forget to try authentic Kampangan dishes, too!

You may contact them at: +6302-506-8140 | 0917-808-5187

TollHouse
This has been our last stop on the 1st Day of the Food Tour. PBS visited their main branch, located in Angeles City. They offer mouth-watering cakes and sweets plus familiar dishes with a homey feel.

You may contact them at:  +6345-888-2741 | 0917-894-6473

That’s it! I will be creating different blog posts for the 3 places mentioned above. See you on our next food trip!

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