It offers authentic Kapampangan dishes in a modern setting. In its open buffet, the delectable dishes are served in uniquely crafted clay jars with modern burners inside to keep them hot. True to its goal of promoting Kapampangan food, the restaurant serves classic Kapampangan favorites like kamaro (fried insects; P252). Meanwhile, there must-try dishes include bibi tim (its version of pata tim, using duck meat; P207), adobong balut (P50/piece) and tapang kalabaw or ‘pindang damulag’ in Kapampangan (P207).
Photo: Where in Pampanga