Since 2010, I have accommodated and arranged tours upon request from groups (with a minimum requirement of 10 persons). My custom tours come with a variety of options that suit your needs. See photos below for a glimpse of what to expect (13 images):
DISCOVER the rich diversity of Pampanga heritage cuisine and Filipino home cooking using Kapampangan cooking techniques. Native exotica optional 🙂
HAVE FUN. This intrepid group from the UST graduate school counts their 3rd stop in the first ever Sisig Tour, and conquers their 3rd sisig version for the day! Only in Angeles City, home of the original sizzling sisig. Photo taken on May 26, 2012.
BURN THE CALORIES with a heritage walking tour in between eating. Our Philippine representative to UNESCO, Prof. Eric Zerrudo, has been a regular PampanGastronomy participant. In this photo taken inside the old Pamintuan House located at the Angeles City heritage district, he’s back with another batch of his graduate school students and colleagues in cultural work.
Museum professional, research expert and award-winning book author, Felice Prudente Sta. Maria, with tour guide Kim Tinio at the Culinarium, a Kapampangan culinary museum in Angeles City.
GASTROTOURISTS from Manila and Zamboanga take a break by visiting the Chapel of the Holy Guardian Angel. Baroque wood retablo is the work of ecclesiastical sculptors from Betis and main altar of Apalit’s pukpok metal sheet (repousse/chasing-style) artisans.
EDUCATIONAL BREAK: Two busloads of culinary/hospitality students and members of the academe from Zamboanga take a short rest while learning more at the Clark Museum.
One day isn’t usually enough to eat the local culture and savor the increasingly diverse flavors of the culinary capital. So just like some of my guests, you’re welcome to come back for seconds (or more!).
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