Very visible along the Tagaytay Highway, Pamana has always left me curious. It’s Filipino cuisine, alright, but with bright lights on as early as 6pm on a summer night, you kind of feel that it’s really calling your name.
So one night, we just gave in. No reservations on a Friday night, we walked in, and surprised to find that this brightly-lit place actually felt homey. Maybe it’s the tables and chairs you’d typically see inside your lola’s house, or this gigantic wall of photo frames and mirrors.
We were still full, as we ate just a few hours before. But we couldn’t resist the Filipino dishes we love: Bagoong Rice, 3 types of Adobo, Pinangat, Pork Binagoongan and Turon for dessert, one of their best sellers.
Eating here reminds me of fiestas in my lolo’s province — everything is rich with Filipino flavors. Though our choices of food are a bit salty (that’s how I like it!), we were able to taste and savor each dish.
They have great service too! Always on the lookout on what you need, or if you would like to add more orders. Very polite, pleasant and accommodating.
This is the kind of place you’d bring your whole family to — especially balikbayans.Great food and hospitality — both Filipino trademarks we would like to Pamana(pass on) to the next generations.
Pamana is located along the Aguinaldo Highway in Tagaytay City. For reservations, contact 0920 856 1970.