Pamana in Tagaytay City, Not Your Ordinary Filipino Restaurant

There are a lot of restaurants which started because of a family’s love for cooking. This restaurant in Tagaytay is one that will bring you back in time and will make you appreciate Filipino cuisine on a whole new level.

Pamana is the sister company of Barrio Fiesta (of the Ongpauco’s) and is managed by the same people behind The Boutique Bed and Breakfast which is also located in Tagaytay City.

The place

Normally, when you hear a restaurant that features the signature dishes that were passed on from a family’s ancestors, you would imagine a place with capiz windows here and there and generally constructed with the strongest timber.

Pamana - restaurant - Tagaytay CityThe exterior won’t give you the impression of something very Filipino. It doesn’t even look homey on the outside because of the entirely white edifice with black posts and railings.

But the interior will let the restaurant speak for itself. You will see random furniture pieces put altogether to create unique sets of dining areas for its customers.

Aside from that, there are a lot of other interesting pieces strategically placed on every corner of the restaurant. It will make you go down the memory lane when you check on these pieces and would probably make you want to visit your own grandparents’ house.

The menu

Straightforwardly Pinoy in name and in the menu it showcases, Pamana, true to its tagline, is a legacy of Filipino cuisine. The menu holds a variety of dishes which originated from different parts of the country that were probably shared by different people to the matriarch, compiled, then passed on to the younger generations.

Pamana’s roster of superstar dishes include the Three Way Adobo Lumpiang Lucena, Sinuglaw, Binagoongang Bagnet, Pampanga’s Sizzling Sisig at Aligue, Kare-Kare, and Bulalo. They have a thick menu which you can browse so choosing which ones to order might give you a hard time primarily because they are all delicious.

How much will you spend depends on the dishes you’re about to order. Most of the dishes can be enjoyed by at least two persons per order and cost roughly around P200 – P500.

Pamana is located at 1315 Aguinaldo Highway, Silang Crossing East
Tagaytay, Cavite. You can contact them at (+63 46) 413-2461, (+63 922) 859-2707.

Photo: nikkasarthou.com

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