Friday, March 19, 2010

Pamana, Tagaytay

Pamana, a filipino restaurant is one of my favorite places to dine in Tagaytay. The place is cozy and the food is tasty. The price of food is affordable. We were lucky since it wasn't full when we dined here, so we enjoyed the place. Its conducive for couples, families and friends;)

Cute condiments.
I miss my sungka set all of a sudden.

Binagoongang Baboy
Believe them when they state in the menu that most of the dishes were passed down from generation to generation. Its really good. Pork was crunchy and the sauce was just right and not too salty.

We tried to be healthy by having this grilled fish with tomatoes and onions inside. Next time, I will remember not to be healthy since this dish was average;)

Hot chocolate old school style.

This came with the hot chocolate. If I wasn't so concerned about how much fat it contains, I would've ordered another one. This is worth it.
We wanted to order more food though we were not that hungry. I will remember to starve myself next time especially since Jay and I are planning to go back this April. Service, food and ambiance are all excellent!

Cheers to more trips to Pamana! :)

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