Pamana


Last week, I got the chance to eat at Pamana. My date at Johnny Chow was free on the same day that I was and we ended up at Pamana in Tagaytay.

My brother has mentioned this to me a lot of times in the past and I have passed by it so when date and I were deciding as to where we would spend time, I immediately thought of Pamana. After all, its in Tagaytay and Tagaytay is lovely and cool at this time of the year.

We  both haven't been to Pamana so it was a great surprise to be greeted by these when we entered the place.


After the resident photo shoot, date and I sat down and proceeded to order. Unlike with Johnny Chow, it did not take long for us to order at Pamana. This is what we ordered. 


This is actually our dessert. I wanted to try it because it was different. Its a good thing date indulged me. It was an assortment of Filipino delicacies which you can dip in chocolate. The puto did not go well but the espasol (2nd item) and suman (4th item) were a perfect pairing to the chocolate.


I loved their karekare. I have been trying to stay away from rice for quite some time but their karekare was so good that I had two cups of rice. Darn! It was that good. I liked the sauce and how it wasn't too "peanuty" nor was it too much of anything. To me, it was just right. 

The bagnet on the other hand was just okay. The taste was good but my jaw had a bit of an exercise because you need to chew extra hard to bring it down. Sigh. 

Overall, I'd still recommend Pamana and I'd still want to go back. There were too many things on the menu that I still wanted to try and it would be such a waste not to be able to have a bite again.

Thanks date for this opportunity to eat at Pamana.

PS: Budget per head I'd say would be Php500 if you're not PG. :)

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20 comments:

  1. So many of our friends have been raving about this place. It's just that Marcia Adams and Antonio's always offers the best dining experiences no matter how many times you return there :P

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    1. I love Marcia Adams and I haven't tried Antonios. If its dining experience, definitely, Marcia tops Pamana.

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  2. Good Evening!

    Good that you enjoyed most of your orders. If I may ask, is PAMANA an old house before and is now an eating place with inspiring views?

    Yours,

    Vicky David

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    1. Yes it is. It's really nice too. You should visit!

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  3. This looks interesting! :) Hmm, the kare-kare is not too peanuty? Darn. But I still have to try this. :)

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    1. Its just right. Not too much, not too little. Sakto. I loved it! I think you would too. Kung pwede ko lang iuwi yung sauce, ginawa ko na.

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  4. Interesting ang pamana ha,, bagnet and karekare looks yummy lutong bahay tlaga;)

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  5. Grabe ang mahal! p500 per head... Sabagay Tagaytay ang Ganda ng view! and masarap naman food... And I like their intereriors... Hanap muna ako ng ka-date na manlilibre sa akin.. Hehe ;-)

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  6. where exactly in tagaytay is this? parang masarap kumain dito ah.. we've never heard of this place pero ma try nga next time!

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    1. Lagpas lang ng Rotunda ... its on the left side.

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  7. Looks like a really nice place to relax and unwind. The food of course looks superb too. Wanna try that out when i come home.

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    1. Please do. The view is fantastic and the food is great!

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  8. The place looks so nice ah! :) And the food looks good. I want to try the Filipino fondue :D

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  9. Pamana is a good place to visit as you have presented here. Hope soon to go there with my wife. The most interesting is on my personal choice is the BAGNET. I really like it. hehehe. The first time I tried it when I went to Vigan. I'll try it again when have a chance to visit Pamana. Thanks.

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  10. nice blog dear! a good information for me because I'm trying to gather some info about tagaytay coz my husbands aussie friends will come visit philippines soon! the food looks great! i miss kare-kare already as well! xx god bless! http://tauyanm.blogspot.com/

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  11. This is the first time I've heard of this resto. The next time I visit Tagaytay I'd try eating here.

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  12. Wow, another resto I've not heard about but would wanna try. Nakakabusog din sa mata ang view, well based on your first photo. I love kare-kare too, mainly because of the "peanuty" sauce. Don't feel too guilty for devouring 2 cups of rice...just deprive yourself of it for 2 months! :=)

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  13. I want to try Pamana! If we have a roadtrip to Tagaytay we'll definitely try the fondue!

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  14. hope i can visit it too with my honey this summer!

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