Pamana Restaurant is owned by the Ongpaucos (Heart Evangelista's family). They also own other restaurants such as Barrio Fiesta and World Topps. As its name implies, this restaurant focuses on all the recipes that were handed down to the family by their great grandmother, relatives and really close friends.
When we arrived at Pamana, we were the only customers there due to two facts: it was 3 in the afternoon and it was a weekday. The scene was a far cry from how the place usually looks like during lunch; most tables are usually already reserved. I'm not complaining though because us being the only customers there meant that they'd be able to cook our meals in no time. Haha.
|At first, my youngest sister and I didn't want to order this. Good thing our other sister insisted. We couldn't stop on munching on the crispy bagnet and fresh veggies even when the other viands arrived!|
|Pamana's Three-Way Adobo|
Who doesn't love adobo? My sisters and I couldn't decide which of the three was most delicious.
|Angus Ribeye Bistek Tagalog|
This was a bit too salty for our taste but that's not something an extra cup of rice could fix. :))
|L-R: Adobong Kangkong and Chicken Inasal|
These were our additional orders. The Adobong Kangkong was so-so but the inasal was splendid! The chicken was tender and flavorful.
|Native hot chocolate|
(Prepared infront of you)
|Bibingka + Hot Chocolate = Match made in food heaven!|
I love the combination of the cheesy, salty bibingka and the sweet hot chocolate
|Hmm..what could this be?|
|Puto bumbong: my sister liked this but she wasn't able to finish this dish because she was so full|
|Banana split with homemade mango, chocolate and ube ice cream|