Ultimate Food & Travel Guide to Angeles City, Pampanga
Not only known as Food Capital of the Philippines, Angeles City unveils stories of the past, keeping cultural heritage and more must-see must-try must-go must-eat provided list!
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Nyaman Na Pho
Well deserved of its name, Nyaman Na Pho (Nyaman, Kapampangan word for “delicious”) serves authentic Vietnamese specialties like Cha Gio (Vietnamese Fried Spring Rolls), Goi (Vietnamese Pork & Shrimp Salad), Pho (Beef Noodle Soup) and more Vietnamese Cuisines. Ingredients of every particular dish are hand picked right from Vietnam by the owner herself.
They also serve sweet Pinoy frozen treat, our very own halo-halo. But what stands out in this Vietnamese foodie experience is their Vietnamese Coffee. Mouthful bitter sweet taste with whiff of fairly distinct aroma of roasted coffee beans served perfectly on Vietnamese stainless steel single-cup coffee filter.
If you want to try Nyaman Na Pho Vietnamese Cuisines, visit them at Lourdes Sur East, Angeles City.
Photo from Nyaman Na Pho Facebook Account
Patcharawan’s Thai Restaurant
A family feel ambiance as you approach the doorstep of this Thai restaurant along #26B Malabanias Road in Angeles City. Formerly known as the Thai Baht Restaurant, Patcharawan’s serves authentic Thai delish specialties like their Fried Noodles – Phad Thai, Fresh Spring Rolls, Papaya Salad and their very own Thai Iced Tea.
Final bite into this heavenly sweetened Thai dessert, Sticky Rice with Mango. Creamy goodness, distinctively fair sweet taste with a juicy Mango twist to relish!