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Abe's Farm in Magalang Pampanga, "A Haven for Kampampangan Cuisines"

Where to Eat in Pampanga Abes Farm in Magalang

Nestled in the foothills of the dormant volcano, Mt. Arayat lies a new lifestyle destination called Abe's Farm. "Abé", a Capampangan term which means "friend", is named after Emilio Aguilar Cruz, an esteemed writer, artist, bon vivant and food lover. It is a sprawling property in Magalang Pampanga which offers quiet and relaxing hideaway perfect for a countryside vacation with your family and friends.

Where to Eat in Pampanga Abes Farm in Magalang

Abe's Farm has a restaurant, swimming pool, spa, a museum and accommodations to cater to the visiting guests. The restaurant is set on an old nipa rest house which feels like your grandparent's house in the province with bamboo and antique wood furniture dominating its interiors. It has separate dining areas complemented with a charming ambiance coming from the large open windows, wooden chairs and tables, and lovely interiors.

Where to Eat in Pampanga Abes Farm in Magalang

They take pride on their wide array of Capampangan food and signature dishes from the other restaurant-members of their chain of restaurants. They serve a variety of appetizers, soups, salads and relishes, grills, stews, fried dishes, vegetables, noodles, sandwiches and desserts.

Where to Eat in Pampanga Abes Farm in Magalang

For lunch during the Metro Angeles Food Tour 2014 held last month, we went to Abe's Farm and sampled on some great food that they offer.

Where to Eat in Pampanga Abes Farm in Magalang

Bamboo Rice (PHP 250.00)

Mountain rice cooked with shrimps, wood ear mushrooms, and bamboo shoots steamed in a bamboo shell. It's fragrant and so flavorful.

Where to Eat in Pampanga Abes Farm in Magalang

Paco Fern & Tomato Salad (PHP 155.00)

Young rainforest fern with tomato and salted red egg in a light salad dressing and capsicum. I love how fresh the ferns and the tomatoes are. So refreshing!

Where to Eat in Pampanga Abes Farm in Magalang

Fried Lumpia (PHP 135.00)

Spring rolls of fresh vegetables. It's crispy and tasty. Dip it in vinegar and it's bursting with rich flavors.

Restaurants in Pampanga Abes Farm in Magalang

Gising-gising (PHP 240.00)

Sliced kangkong stalks sautéed in red hot chili peppers and coconut milk. If you've been to Bistro Remedios in Malate, this is the same gising-gising they offer. It has the right richness of the coconut milk or gata. Quite hot and spicy but tolerable.

Restaurants in Pampanga Abes Farm in Magalang

Sinuteng Baby Pusit (PHP 175.00)

Sautéed baby squid in garlic and olive oil. The baby squids were cooked just right making it so tender. I loved it!

Restaurants in Pampanga Abes Farm in Magalang

Knockout Knuckles (PHP 595.00)

Their own rendition of Crispy Pata, an all-time Filipino favorite. It is whole leg of pork deep-fried in garlic and chilies and then topped with special spicy garlic. This is so heavenly!

Restaurants in Pampanga Abes Farm in Magalang

Crispy Pork Adobo ni Lola Ising (PHP 395.00)

Stewed pork belly (liempo) in soy and vinegar, fried crisp and topped with popped garlic. A sauceless adobo but definitely not dry. It is so tender and has the right balance of the soy sauce and the vinegar. The extra garlic flavor adds up to the richness of the dish.

Restaurants in Pampanga Abes Farm in Magalang

Binukadkad na Pla Pla (PHP 395.00)

Overgrown tilapia, butterflied and fried to delightful crispiness and served with Balo-Balo relish and mustasa leaves on the side. So fresh and crispy!

Restaurants in Pampanga Abes Farm in Magalang

Klasik Kare Kare (PHP 595.00)

My all-time favorite! Abe's Kare-kare has Oxtail and tripe stewed in peanut sauce with assorted vegetables. It has rich, thick peanut sauce with just the right amount of sweetness and creaminess. The veggies are fresh, crunchy and not overcooked. The bagoong on the side perfectly compliments it. It didn't disappoint me. It's what a good-tasting kare-kare should be.

Restaurants in Pampanga Abes Farm in Magalang

Betute (PHP 290.00)

A Kapampangan specialty, Betute are deep fried farm frogs stuffed with minced pork, garlic, and spices. I love it! It tastes like chicken, smells clean and the stuffing is quite flavorful. This one is definitely a must-try when dining in Pampanga.

Restaurants in Pampanga Abes Farm in Magalang

Tamarind Shake

A refreshing drink made from fresh tamarind or sampalok. It was so good. You can actually taste the rich tamarind flavor in it.

Restaurants in Pampanga Abes Farm in Magalang

Turon

A classic Filipino dessert or merienda, Abe's turon is made extra special by adding langka on it. This is best eaten while hot.

Restaurants in Pampanga Abes Farm in Magalang

Sikreto ni Maria (PHP 165.00)

At first, you'll think that it's just the usual vanilla ice cream. But wait until is reveals its "secret." It has the flavors of fresh mangoes and sticky rice inside! This is one of my favorites!

Restaurants in Pampanga Abes Farm in Magalang

Overall, dining at Abe's Farm is the best way to sample on authentic and sumptuous Kapampangan cuisine. The place is serene, quiet and exudes a homey ambiance. The staff are cheerful, pleasant and very friendly. For the quality of food and serving size, their prices are quite reasonable.

So, if you are up for a gastronomic treat of delicious and authentic Kapampangan cuisines, dine at Abe's Farm and experience a food adventure like no other!

Restaurants in Pampanga Abes Farm in Magalang

Abe's Farm is open daily (except Tuesdays), for lunch, merienda and dinner from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM. They are also available for weddings, birthdays and other celebrations, and corporate functions.

For inquiries and reservations, please call Abe’s Farm at (02) 5068140 and (0917) 808-5187.

Abe's Farm

Address: Barangay Ayala, Magalang, Pampanga, Philippines
Contact Numbers: (02) 506-8140 / (0917) 808-5187
Website: www.abesfarm.com.ph

Abes Farm Magalang Pampanga

This is part of Metro Angeles Food Tour 2014 that happened on July 5-7, 2014. #MAFT2014 is a gastronomic adventure in Metro Angeles (Pampanga) participated by 12 bloggers from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. Beyond the usual tourist attractions, this event aims to promote Angeles City, Clark and Magalang (Pampanga) as a food destination in Central Luzon.

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Disclosure: Abe's Farm is one of the Partner-Restaurants of #MetroAngelesFoodTour2014. Thank you for hosting us in Angeles City!





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3 comments :

Reydan Duldulao said...

Nagutom ako dito! Now I am craving for Paco Salad!

Louie Sison said...

The frog sure looks tasty! Thanks for sharing Mervz. Keep traveling...

clyde walker said...

Mouth watering dishes you have shared in here. Betute is the first I'm looking for in the menu everytime we have a Pampanga food trip. :)

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