Pamana (inheritance in Tagalog) is a great Filipino restaurant in Tagaytay, Cavite that serve homecooked food. We always bring foreign guests here for good food and even better ambiance. A view of the Taal Lake can be seen from the restaurant’s veranda.
We ordered all our favorite dishes
Kare Kare. Pig hocks in peanut sauce with vegetables.
Bulalao. Soup from beef shanks and marrow bones with loads of fats! Heart-stopping!
Adobo is a popular Filipino kind of stew. You can use all kinds of meats. There surely would be vinegar, soy sauce and sugar. I assume they first cook the meat, flake the meat and fry them up!
Taba ng Talangka Rice. One of my favorite dishes made of our crab roe!
Crispy Pata. Pig knuckles, deep fried.
Laing. A spicy dish from taro leaves cooked with coconut milk
Fried Tawilis (fish)
Adobong Pusit (squid)
We had to have desserts, of course! The waiter was mixing the hot chocolate (tablea) drink using a “batirol”.
Traditional Ensaymada. A local brioche that is just as good as the French ones. Softer than their Spanish counterparts.
Turon with Ube Ice Cream. Plantain with jackfruit wrapped in spring roll wrapper then deep fried in caramelized sugar. Topped with purple yam ice cream.
Puto Bumbong. Made with purple yam and sticky rice topped with edam cheese!
Looking at the photos made me hungry (and miss home!)
Visit Pamana when you’re in the Philippines!
Aguinaldo Highway, Tagaytay City, Cavite, Philippines. Tel: (046) 413-1885