Inside the historical Camalig Restaurant which was initially owned by Marc Nepomuceno will bring you back to the old days where some of us did not even exist yet. Pictures of the past can be seen around the walls of the restaurant which can make you feel nostalgic.
What made the restaurant stand out the most aside from their Filipino cuisines is their adaptation of foreign ones such as pizzas, fried chicken and pastas. Their so-called Pambansang Pizza, is local favorite for its secret sauce and ingredients take around six (6) hours for it to be cooked.
We had Doy’s Kapampangan (from PHP 163.00 to PHP 397.00) which have longganisa, duck eggs, and pickle relish and also sizzling sisig (from PHP 100.00 to PHP 195.00). The price was totally worth it for the savory taste of their pizza and dish. Another fact that I love the most about the Camalig Restaurant is that their foods taste home cook compared to other restaurants where you can feel preservatives sitting right in your mouth.
Other varieties of pizza available in their menu are Marco’s 3-Way (from PHP 186.00 to PHP 476.00) which is a mix of tuyo, tinapa and chicken adobo with sun-dried tomatoes and kesong puti and the All The Way Pizza (from PHP 186.00 to PHP 476.00) which have peperoni, beef, peppers and mushrooms. Moreover, they also serve iced teas, sago con yelo and kamias shakes.
Aside from pastas and pizzas, they also serve and vegetarian dishes. The Historic Camalig Restaurant is located at 292 Sto. Rosario St., Angeles City, Pampanga. For more information you may reach them at (045) 888-1077/(045) 322-5641 or send an e-mail at email@example.com or visit their website: www.camalig.co
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