Top 6 Restaurants in Angeles City

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Craving an adventure? Get your fill of Filipino cuisine with Park Inn by Radisson Clark’s helpful tips on where to eat in Pampanga. Affectionately known as the culinary capital of the Philippines, this central province is a foodie’s paradise, with everything from indulgent desserts to unique local delicacies on offer.

Follow our guide to the best Pampanga restaurants and discover this dynamic cuisine one dish at a time.

Mila’s Tokwa’t Baboy and Sisig

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Revered for having some of the best sisig in Angeles City, Mila’s Tokwa’t Baboy and Sisig serves up this Pampangan staple by the plateful. Made from pig’s head and seasoned with chilli, this salty and smoky bar snack is a must-try dish for travellers to the Philippines.

Binulo Restaurant

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Can’t decide between traditional Filipino fare and more familiar cuisine? Book a table at Binulo Restaurant. As well known for local delicacies as it is for chargrilled steaks, this versatile eatery has something for everyone. Sample the signature Paco Salad – a unique combination of fiddlehead ferns, duck eggs and prawns – or simply enjoy a delicious sirloin, cooked to your liking over an open flame.

Café Fleur

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A fine dining institution combining traditional Filipino cuisine with classic French techniques, Café Fleur is the best place to sample Pampanga’s most-famed dishes with a Parisian twist, from the Pinoy Caesar Salad to the Salted Egg Bibingka Cheesecake.

Bale Dutung

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Another top restaurant for travellers who want to experience the finer side of Filipino dining, Bale Dutung specialises in gourmet degustations, with three distinct menus to choose from. Whether you sample the signature Kapangpangan Menu or indulge in the eleven-course Lechon Menu, this traditional eatery is sure to leave you satisfied.

Jiro Asia

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If Pampanga’s love of pork-based dishes leaves you hungry for something from the sea, dig in to a selection of fresh sashimi and sushi rolls at Jiro Asia. Also serving up a selection of stir fried noodles, rice dishes and ramen, this locally-loved eatery is the best destination for authentic Japanese and Chines cuisine in Angeles City.

The HUES

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Want to try a little bit of everything while you’re in Pampanga? Opt for the all-you-can-eat buffet at The HUES restaurant. Set amidst the chic, contemporary surrounds of Park Inn by Radisson Clark, this acclaimed dining hall combines Filipino favourites with international flavours to ensure everyone at the table gets a taste sensation.

Ready to eat your way through the culinary capital of the Philippines? Plan your stay at Park Inn by Radisson Clark and experience the best Pampanga restaurants one bite at a time.