March 12, 2018

7 New Restaurants in Clark to Visit on Your Next Food Trip

Heading up north? Make sure to stop by these culinary havens in Clark!

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new restaurants in Clark Pampanga


Pampanga, which is known as the Culinary Capital of the Philippines, has several restaurants and eateries that will surely satisfy your cravings. Aside from local Pampangeño dishes, you also get to taste dishes that fuse with other types of cuisine around the world. Whether you want Asian, American, European, or just your homegrown Filipino food, Pampanga stands to be the ultimate food trip destination.

If you’re finding it hard to choose what goes in your Pampanga food trip itinerary, we’ll help you narrow down your choices to these seven new restaurants in and out of Clark.


1. Aero Tavern

Where: Level 2, KACC Building, Jose Abad Santos Avenue Clark Freeport Zone Angeles City
Price Range: PhP25 to PhP395


new restaurants in Clark Pampanga

The Filipino-Mexican fusion Lechon Kawali Tacos is just one of the International food selections in Aero Tavern.

Image: Aero Tavern Facebook page


True to its tagline, “Come and taste the world,” Aero Tavern combines all of the best international savories under one roof. It has appetizers, soups and salads, entrées, pasta dishes, flatbreads, desserts, and all-day breakfast choices. It also has a good selection of drinks, alcoholic beverages, and caffeinated drinks.

The place has an industrial modern rustic design with wooden seats and tables. What’s more, its warm lighting invites you to indulge in your food. Of course it’s best to bring your friends or family to share the experience with you.


2. Pancake ni Juan

Where: 526 Mc Arthur Highway, Angeles, 2009 Pampanga
Price Range: PhP15 to PhP75


new restaurants in Clark Pampanga

The affordable full-packed Beef in Oyster Sauce Pancake is a must try for every ‘Juan.’

Image: Pancake ni Juan Facebook Page


It’s not your normal favorite breakfast treat but a crepe with a twist of flavors in its stuffing. Pancake ni Juan is an original food concept brought to life by a Chinese and Filipina couple. It serves four pancake options which you can pair with any of their five freshly brewed flavored tea. The mouthwatering pancake menu includes beef in oyster sauce with cheese, pork floss with nori, tuna with onion, and chicken teriyaki. For dessert, Pancake ni Juan has its version of the classic Pinoy merienda, banana turon, as well as an ube turon, and two types of dessert pancakes.

Pancake ni Juan’s fusion food options may be foreign to some of us, but it relates to every “Juan” because the prices of its products are very affordable: it ranges from just PhP15 up to PhP75.


3. Calle Lutong Pampanga

Where: Clark Airmall M. A. Roxas Hwy Angeles City
Price Range: PhP50 to PhP600


new restaurants in Clark Pampanga

For an authentic Kapampangan eatery, of course, sisig won’t be missed out in the menu.

Image: Calle Lutong Pampanga


In its new location, Calle Lutong Pampanga showcases authentic Kapampangan cuisine and delicacies that fit your budget. It is open from 6:00 AM to 9:00 PM, and serves breakfast, lunch, merienda (afternoon snack), and dinner.

For breakfast, they have your classic ‘silog’ (fried rice and egg) meals, while for lunch, merienda, and dinner, they indulge us with all-Filipino food choices on the menu cooked the Kapampangan way. So, expect adobo (chicken or pork stewed in vinegar, garlic, soy sauce, bay leaves, and peppercorns), kare-kare (a peanut-based stew of oxtail, tripe, meat, and vegetables), kaldereta (pork, goat, beef or chicken and stewed in tomatoes), lechon kawali (crispy deep fried pork belly), bulalo (beef soup containing shank with bone marrow), mami (noodle soup), dinuguan (pork blood stew), pansit (noodles), and arozcaldo (Filipino congee).

Of course, Calle Lutong Pampanga wouldn’t miss the all-original Kapampangan sisig (made from parts of pig head and liver, seasoned with calamansi and chili peppers) from its menu, and the Kapampangan delicacy kilayin (minced pork lungs, chopped pork meat and liver marinated and cooked in vinegar and spices). Also packed and branded by the restaurant are the tabang talangka (crab fat) in a bottle and a plastic of chicharon or pitityan (pork rinds) to enjoy for take-outs or for pasalubong (souvenir).


4. Saiko-No Ramen House

Where: 4171-3 Richtofen St., Hensonville Subdivision Angeles City
Price Range: PhP55 to PhP1,499


new restaurants in Clark Pampanga

Ramen all you want with the choice of Shio or Shoyu Ramen here at Saiko-No Ramen House.

Image: Saiko-No Ramen House Facebook Page


Saiko-No Ramen House has a wide range of traditional Japanese lunches and dinners. Other than ramen (Japanese meat or fish noodle soup), it serves sushi, maki (rolled sushi), tempura, and don buri (rice bowl) among others.

When it opened in September 2017, it only served Japanese cuisine, but as Kapampangans grew fond of Korean food, the restaurant also started serving Korean dishes like samgyeopsal (grilled pork belly). They also introduced various unlimited deals. You have a choice of unlimited tempura, unlimited ramen, and unlimited samgyeopsal for only PhP299 each, which is quite reasonable to satisfy any food lover who has a big appetite.




5. Frida Taqueria y Cantina

Where: Stall A Blk 17 Lot 2 Don Meliton Avenue, Barangay, Angeles, Pampanga
Price Range: PhP125 to PhP400


new restaurants in Clark Pampanga

Friday Taqueria y Cantina serves authentic Mexican food—who knows, even Frida might have even loved these!

Image: Friday Taqueria y Cantina Facebook page


Frida Taqueria y Cantina’s name was inspired by Frida Kahlo, a Mexican artist and political activist who later became a feminist icon. The place loudly speaks of its inspiration with all the mural paintings of Kahlo’s portraits and the Latin-American ambiance of the restaurant’s fixtures and designs. It serves authentic Mexican food, which are more than just your ordinary nachos, tacos and burritos food line-up.

For appetizers, they have a choice of pork, beef, or chicken quesadilla and elotes (grilled sweet corn) with crema (Mexican sour cream), lime-chili salt, and queso cotija (Mexican dry grated cheese). For their main dishes, the cumin-coriander crusted hanging tender steak with sweet potato hash and chimichurri (marinade), and their best seller pollo ala plancha, which is a pan-grilled 1/2 boneless chicken rubbed with special Frida's spice mix, served with Mexican rice, slaw, and pickles. Your Mexican food trip in Frida Taqueria y Cantina wouldn’t be complete, of course, without trying their imported Mexican sodas and specialty cocktails.


6. Hachiryu Ramen 八龍 ラメン

Where: Mac arthur Hiway Angeles City
Price Range: PhP150 to PhP300


new restaurants in Clark Pampanga

A must-try combination here in Hachiryu Ramen, the Shio Chashuu Ramen with Gyoza to satisfy your Japanese food cravings

Image: Hachiryu Ramen Facebook page


Hachiryu Ramen’s specialty, as the name suggests, is their ramen. You can choose from the many different tonkatsu-based ramen, each with its own unique tastes and flavors. A tonkatsu is a type of ramen which is made from pork bone marrow soup and authentic Japanese ramen noodles. Your options include: dragon Ramen, black dragon ramen, red dragon ramen, and white dragon ramen.

But if you are not up to the challenge of finishing a whole bowl of hot Japanese noodles, Hachiryu Ramen has other Japanese dishes. They have affordable set meals that not only fit your budget and but will also satisfy your Japanese food cravings.




7. The Orange Bucket

Where: MacArthur High-way, Balibago, Angeles City (Back of Max’s Restaurant)
Price Range: PhP150 to PhP1,599


new restaurants in Clark Pampanga

It’s a seafood fiesta at Orange Bucket, perfect for sharing and eating with bare hands.

Image: The Orange Bucket Facebook Page


The Orange Bucket has its new branch in Angeles City, and is actually an offshoot of its owner’s other restaurant – The Crowing Chicken. Its bestseller is the “Seafood in a Bucket”, which is a mix of shrimps, mussels, crabs, and vegetables, boiled in their own Cajun-style blend of spices, tossed with their signature seasoning, and served in a bag inside an “orange bucket.” Youacn also choose the level of spiciness depending on how hot you can handle.. Seafood is best eaten with bare hands, but if you don’t want to get your hands dirty, they can provide plastic gloves as well as plastic bibs. Other than seafood, Orange Bucket also serves other food like chicken, baby back ribs, soups, and salads.


Check out our list of restaurants in Clark or browse the Dining & Leisure category of the ShoppersGuide Directory.


You may have to put your diet on hold for a while when you visit any of these mouth-watering places. Don’t get mad at us! See them for yourself first, and maybe you’d even thank us later!

Corabelle Guevarra

Corabelle, outside her full-time job as a Digital Marketing Manager in Clark, she still makes time for her hobbies, be with her family and friends, travel, and work on a side business. Someday she wishes to fulfill her travel goals by being able to visit all the beautiful islands of the Philippines and see the sights of the different countries in Asia and the world. Just like anyone who has that wanderlust gene, Corabelle’s mantra is: “work, save, travel… repeat.”

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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March 12, 2018

7 New Restaurants in Clark to Visit on Your Next Food Trip

Heading up north? Make sure to stop by these culinary havens in Clark!


new restaurants in Clark Pampanga


Pampanga, which is known as the Culinary Capital of the Philippines, has several restaurants and eateries that will surely satisfy your cravings. Aside from local Pampangeño dishes, you also get to taste dishes that fuse with other types of cuisine around the world. Whether you want Asian, American, European, or just your homegrown Filipino food, Pampanga stands to be the ultimate food trip destination.

If you’re finding it hard to choose what goes in your Pampanga food trip itinerary, we’ll help you narrow down your choices to these seven new restaurants in and out of Clark.


1. Aero Tavern

Where: Level 2, KACC Building, Jose Abad Santos Avenue Clark Freeport Zone Angeles City
Price Range: PhP25 to PhP395


new restaurants in Clark Pampanga

The Filipino-Mexican fusion Lechon Kawali Tacos is just one of the International food selections in Aero Tavern.

Image: Aero Tavern Facebook page


True to its tagline, “Come and taste the world,” Aero Tavern combines all of the best international savories under one roof. It has appetizers, soups and salads, entrées, pasta dishes, flatbreads, desserts, and all-day breakfast choices. It also has a good selection of drinks, alcoholic beverages, and caffeinated drinks.

The place has an industrial modern rustic design with wooden seats and tables. What’s more, its warm lighting invites you to indulge in your food. Of course it’s best to bring your friends or family to share the experience with you.


2. Pancake ni Juan

Where: 526 Mc Arthur Highway, Angeles, 2009 Pampanga
Price Range: PhP15 to PhP75


new restaurants in Clark Pampanga

The affordable full-packed Beef in Oyster Sauce Pancake is a must try for every ‘Juan.’

Image: Pancake ni Juan Facebook Page


It’s not your normal favorite breakfast treat but a crepe with a twist of flavors in its stuffing. Pancake ni Juan is an original food concept brought to life by a Chinese and Filipina couple. It serves four pancake options which you can pair with any of their five freshly brewed flavored tea. The mouthwatering pancake menu includes beef in oyster sauce with cheese, pork floss with nori, tuna with onion, and chicken teriyaki. For dessert, Pancake ni Juan has its version of the classic Pinoy merienda, banana turon, as well as an ube turon, and two types of dessert pancakes.

Pancake ni Juan’s fusion food options may be foreign to some of us, but it relates to every “Juan” because the prices of its products are very affordable: it ranges from just PhP15 up to PhP75.


3. Calle Lutong Pampanga

Where: Clark Airmall M. A. Roxas Hwy Angeles City
Price Range: PhP50 to PhP600


new restaurants in Clark Pampanga

For an authentic Kapampangan eatery, of course, sisig won’t be missed out in the menu.

Image: Calle Lutong Pampanga


In its new location, Calle Lutong Pampanga showcases authentic Kapampangan cuisine and delicacies that fit your budget. It is open from 6:00 AM to 9:00 PM, and serves breakfast, lunch, merienda (afternoon snack), and dinner.

For breakfast, they have your classic ‘silog’ (fried rice and egg) meals, while for lunch, merienda, and dinner, they indulge us with all-Filipino food choices on the menu cooked the Kapampangan way. So, expect adobo (chicken or pork stewed in vinegar, garlic, soy sauce, bay leaves, and peppercorns), kare-kare (a peanut-based stew of oxtail, tripe, meat, and vegetables), kaldereta (pork, goat, beef or chicken and stewed in tomatoes), lechon kawali (crispy deep fried pork belly), bulalo (beef soup containing shank with bone marrow), mami (noodle soup), dinuguan (pork blood stew), pansit (noodles), and arozcaldo (Filipino congee).

Of course, Calle Lutong Pampanga wouldn’t miss the all-original Kapampangan sisig (made from parts of pig head and liver, seasoned with calamansi and chili peppers) from its menu, and the Kapampangan delicacy kilayin (minced pork lungs, chopped pork meat and liver marinated and cooked in vinegar and spices). Also packed and branded by the restaurant are the tabang talangka (crab fat) in a bottle and a plastic of chicharon or pitityan (pork rinds) to enjoy for take-outs or for pasalubong (souvenir).


4. Saiko-No Ramen House

Where: 4171-3 Richtofen St., Hensonville Subdivision Angeles City
Price Range: PhP55 to PhP1,499


new restaurants in Clark Pampanga

Ramen all you want with the choice of Shio or Shoyu Ramen here at Saiko-No Ramen House.

Image: Saiko-No Ramen House Facebook Page


Saiko-No Ramen House has a wide range of traditional Japanese lunches and dinners. Other than ramen (Japanese meat or fish noodle soup), it serves sushi, maki (rolled sushi), tempura, and don buri (rice bowl) among others.

When it opened in September 2017, it only served Japanese cuisine, but as Kapampangans grew fond of Korean food, the restaurant also started serving Korean dishes like samgyeopsal (grilled pork belly). They also introduced various unlimited deals. You have a choice of unlimited tempura, unlimited ramen, and unlimited samgyeopsal for only PhP299 each, which is quite reasonable to satisfy any food lover who has a big appetite.




5. Frida Taqueria y Cantina

Where: Stall A Blk 17 Lot 2 Don Meliton Avenue, Barangay, Angeles, Pampanga
Price Range: PhP125 to PhP400


new restaurants in Clark Pampanga

Friday Taqueria y Cantina serves authentic Mexican food—who knows, even Frida might have even loved these!

Image: Friday Taqueria y Cantina Facebook page


Frida Taqueria y Cantina’s name was inspired by Frida Kahlo, a Mexican artist and political activist who later became a feminist icon. The place loudly speaks of its inspiration with all the mural paintings of Kahlo’s portraits and the Latin-American ambiance of the restaurant’s fixtures and designs. It serves authentic Mexican food, which are more than just your ordinary nachos, tacos and burritos food line-up.

For appetizers, they have a choice of pork, beef, or chicken quesadilla and elotes (grilled sweet corn) with crema (Mexican sour cream), lime-chili salt, and queso cotija (Mexican dry grated cheese). For their main dishes, the cumin-coriander crusted hanging tender steak with sweet potato hash and chimichurri (marinade), and their best seller pollo ala plancha, which is a pan-grilled 1/2 boneless chicken rubbed with special Frida's spice mix, served with Mexican rice, slaw, and pickles. Your Mexican food trip in Frida Taqueria y Cantina wouldn’t be complete, of course, without trying their imported Mexican sodas and specialty cocktails.


6. Hachiryu Ramen 八龍 ラメン

Where: Mac arthur Hiway Angeles City
Price Range: PhP150 to PhP300


new restaurants in Clark Pampanga

A must-try combination here in Hachiryu Ramen, the Shio Chashuu Ramen with Gyoza to satisfy your Japanese food cravings

Image: Hachiryu Ramen Facebook page


Hachiryu Ramen’s specialty, as the name suggests, is their ramen. You can choose from the many different tonkatsu-based ramen, each with its own unique tastes and flavors. A tonkatsu is a type of ramen which is made from pork bone marrow soup and authentic Japanese ramen noodles. Your options include: dragon Ramen, black dragon ramen, red dragon ramen, and white dragon ramen.

But if you are not up to the challenge of finishing a whole bowl of hot Japanese noodles, Hachiryu Ramen has other Japanese dishes. They have affordable set meals that not only fit your budget and but will also satisfy your Japanese food cravings.




7. The Orange Bucket

Where: MacArthur High-way, Balibago, Angeles City (Back of Max’s Restaurant)
Price Range: PhP150 to PhP1,599


new restaurants in Clark Pampanga

It’s a seafood fiesta at Orange Bucket, perfect for sharing and eating with bare hands.

Image: The Orange Bucket Facebook Page


The Orange Bucket has its new branch in Angeles City, and is actually an offshoot of its owner’s other restaurant – The Crowing Chicken. Its bestseller is the “Seafood in a Bucket”, which is a mix of shrimps, mussels, crabs, and vegetables, boiled in their own Cajun-style blend of spices, tossed with their signature seasoning, and served in a bag inside an “orange bucket.” Youacn also choose the level of spiciness depending on how hot you can handle.. Seafood is best eaten with bare hands, but if you don’t want to get your hands dirty, they can provide plastic gloves as well as plastic bibs. Other than seafood, Orange Bucket also serves other food like chicken, baby back ribs, soups, and salads.


Check out our list of restaurants in Clark or browse the Dining & Leisure category of the ShoppersGuide Directory.


You may have to put your diet on hold for a while when you visit any of these mouth-watering places. Don’t get mad at us! See them for yourself first, and maybe you’d even thank us later!

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Corabelle Guevarra

Corabelle, outside her full-time job as a Digital Marketing Manager in Clark, she still makes time for her hobbies, be with her family and friends, travel, and work on a side business. Someday she wishes to fulfill her travel goals by being able to visit all the beautiful islands of the Philippines and see the sights of the different countries in Asia and the world. Just like anyone who has that wanderlust gene, Corabelle’s mantra is: “work, save, travel… repeat.”

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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March 12, 2018

7 New Restaurants in Clark to Visit on Your Next Food Trip

Heading up north? Make sure to stop by these culinary havens in Clark!

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new restaurants in Clark Pampanga


Pampanga, which is known as the Culinary Capital of the Philippines, has several restaurants and eateries that will surely satisfy your cravings. Aside from local Pampangeño dishes, you also get to taste dishes that fuse with other types of cuisine around the world. Whether you want Asian, American, European, or just your homegrown Filipino food, Pampanga stands to be the ultimate food trip destination.

If you’re finding it hard to choose what goes in your Pampanga food trip itinerary, we’ll help you narrow down your choices to these seven new restaurants in and out of Clark.


1. Aero Tavern

Where: Level 2, KACC Building, Jose Abad Santos Avenue Clark Freeport Zone Angeles City
Price Range: PhP25 to PhP395


new restaurants in Clark Pampanga

The Filipino-Mexican fusion Lechon Kawali Tacos is just one of the International food selections in Aero Tavern.

Image: Aero Tavern Facebook page


True to its tagline, “Come and taste the world,” Aero Tavern combines all of the best international savories under one roof. It has appetizers, soups and salads, entrées, pasta dishes, flatbreads, desserts, and all-day breakfast choices. It also has a good selection of drinks, alcoholic beverages, and caffeinated drinks.

The place has an industrial modern rustic design with wooden seats and tables. What’s more, its warm lighting invites you to indulge in your food. Of course it’s best to bring your friends or family to share the experience with you.


2. Pancake ni Juan

Where: 526 Mc Arthur Highway, Angeles, 2009 Pampanga
Price Range: PhP15 to PhP75


new restaurants in Clark Pampanga

The affordable full-packed Beef in Oyster Sauce Pancake is a must try for every ‘Juan.’

Image: Pancake ni Juan Facebook Page


It’s not your normal favorite breakfast treat but a crepe with a twist of flavors in its stuffing. Pancake ni Juan is an original food concept brought to life by a Chinese and Filipina couple. It serves four pancake options which you can pair with any of their five freshly brewed flavored tea. The mouthwatering pancake menu includes beef in oyster sauce with cheese, pork floss with nori, tuna with onion, and chicken teriyaki. For dessert, Pancake ni Juan has its version of the classic Pinoy merienda, banana turon, as well as an ube turon, and two types of dessert pancakes.

Pancake ni Juan’s fusion food options may be foreign to some of us, but it relates to every “Juan” because the prices of its products are very affordable: it ranges from just PhP15 up to PhP75.


3. Calle Lutong Pampanga

Where: Clark Airmall M. A. Roxas Hwy Angeles City
Price Range: PhP50 to PhP600


new restaurants in Clark Pampanga

For an authentic Kapampangan eatery, of course, sisig won’t be missed out in the menu.

Image: Calle Lutong Pampanga


In its new location, Calle Lutong Pampanga showcases authentic Kapampangan cuisine and delicacies that fit your budget. It is open from 6:00 AM to 9:00 PM, and serves breakfast, lunch, merienda (afternoon snack), and dinner.

For breakfast, they have your classic ‘silog’ (fried rice and egg) meals, while for lunch, merienda, and dinner, they indulge us with all-Filipino food choices on the menu cooked the Kapampangan way. So, expect adobo (chicken or pork stewed in vinegar, garlic, soy sauce, bay leaves, and peppercorns), kare-kare (a peanut-based stew of oxtail, tripe, meat, and vegetables), kaldereta (pork, goat, beef or chicken and stewed in tomatoes), lechon kawali (crispy deep fried pork belly), bulalo (beef soup containing shank with bone marrow), mami (noodle soup), dinuguan (pork blood stew), pansit (noodles), and arozcaldo (Filipino congee).

Of course, Calle Lutong Pampanga wouldn’t miss the all-original Kapampangan sisig (made from parts of pig head and liver, seasoned with calamansi and chili peppers) from its menu, and the Kapampangan delicacy kilayin (minced pork lungs, chopped pork meat and liver marinated and cooked in vinegar and spices). Also packed and branded by the restaurant are the tabang talangka (crab fat) in a bottle and a plastic of chicharon or pitityan (pork rinds) to enjoy for take-outs or for pasalubong (souvenir).


4. Saiko-No Ramen House

Where: 4171-3 Richtofen St., Hensonville Subdivision Angeles City
Price Range: PhP55 to PhP1,499


new restaurants in Clark Pampanga

Ramen all you want with the choice of Shio or Shoyu Ramen here at Saiko-No Ramen House.

Image: Saiko-No Ramen House Facebook Page


Saiko-No Ramen House has a wide range of traditional Japanese lunches and dinners. Other than ramen (Japanese meat or fish noodle soup), it serves sushi, maki (rolled sushi), tempura, and don buri (rice bowl) among others.

When it opened in September 2017, it only served Japanese cuisine, but as Kapampangans grew fond of Korean food, the restaurant also started serving Korean dishes like samgyeopsal (grilled pork belly). They also introduced various unlimited deals. You have a choice of unlimited tempura, unlimited ramen, and unlimited samgyeopsal for only PhP299 each, which is quite reasonable to satisfy any food lover who has a big appetite.




5. Frida Taqueria y Cantina

Where: Stall A Blk 17 Lot 2 Don Meliton Avenue, Barangay, Angeles, Pampanga
Price Range: PhP125 to PhP400


new restaurants in Clark Pampanga

Friday Taqueria y Cantina serves authentic Mexican food—who knows, even Frida might have even loved these!

Image: Friday Taqueria y Cantina Facebook page


Frida Taqueria y Cantina’s name was inspired by Frida Kahlo, a Mexican artist and political activist who later became a feminist icon. The place loudly speaks of its inspiration with all the mural paintings of Kahlo’s portraits and the Latin-American ambiance of the restaurant’s fixtures and designs. It serves authentic Mexican food, which are more than just your ordinary nachos, tacos and burritos food line-up.

For appetizers, they have a choice of pork, beef, or chicken quesadilla and elotes (grilled sweet corn) with crema (Mexican sour cream), lime-chili salt, and queso cotija (Mexican dry grated cheese). For their main dishes, the cumin-coriander crusted hanging tender steak with sweet potato hash and chimichurri (marinade), and their best seller pollo ala plancha, which is a pan-grilled 1/2 boneless chicken rubbed with special Frida's spice mix, served with Mexican rice, slaw, and pickles. Your Mexican food trip in Frida Taqueria y Cantina wouldn’t be complete, of course, without trying their imported Mexican sodas and specialty cocktails.


6. Hachiryu Ramen 八龍 ラメン

Where: Mac arthur Hiway Angeles City
Price Range: PhP150 to PhP300


new restaurants in Clark Pampanga

A must-try combination here in Hachiryu Ramen, the Shio Chashuu Ramen with Gyoza to satisfy your Japanese food cravings

Image: Hachiryu Ramen Facebook page


Hachiryu Ramen’s specialty, as the name suggests, is their ramen. You can choose from the many different tonkatsu-based ramen, each with its own unique tastes and flavors. A tonkatsu is a type of ramen which is made from pork bone marrow soup and authentic Japanese ramen noodles. Your options include: dragon Ramen, black dragon ramen, red dragon ramen, and white dragon ramen.

But if you are not up to the challenge of finishing a whole bowl of hot Japanese noodles, Hachiryu Ramen has other Japanese dishes. They have affordable set meals that not only fit your budget and but will also satisfy your Japanese food cravings.




7. The Orange Bucket

Where: MacArthur High-way, Balibago, Angeles City (Back of Max’s Restaurant)
Price Range: PhP150 to PhP1,599


new restaurants in Clark Pampanga

It’s a seafood fiesta at Orange Bucket, perfect for sharing and eating with bare hands.

Image: The Orange Bucket Facebook Page


The Orange Bucket has its new branch in Angeles City, and is actually an offshoot of its owner’s other restaurant – The Crowing Chicken. Its bestseller is the “Seafood in a Bucket”, which is a mix of shrimps, mussels, crabs, and vegetables, boiled in their own Cajun-style blend of spices, tossed with their signature seasoning, and served in a bag inside an “orange bucket.” Youacn also choose the level of spiciness depending on how hot you can handle.. Seafood is best eaten with bare hands, but if you don’t want to get your hands dirty, they can provide plastic gloves as well as plastic bibs. Other than seafood, Orange Bucket also serves other food like chicken, baby back ribs, soups, and salads.


Check out our list of restaurants in Clark or browse the Dining & Leisure category of the ShoppersGuide Directory.


You may have to put your diet on hold for a while when you visit any of these mouth-watering places. Don’t get mad at us! See them for yourself first, and maybe you’d even thank us later!

Corabelle Guevarra

Corabelle, outside her full-time job as a Digital Marketing Manager in Clark, she still makes time for her hobbies, be with her family and friends, travel, and work on a side business. Someday she wishes to fulfill her travel goals by being able to visit all the beautiful islands of the Philippines and see the sights of the different countries in Asia and the world. Just like anyone who has that wanderlust gene, Corabelle’s mantra is: “work, save, travel… repeat.”

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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March 12, 2018

7 New Restaurants in Clark to Visit on Your Next Food Trip

Heading up north? Make sure to stop by these culinary havens in Clark!


new restaurants in Clark Pampanga


Pampanga, which is known as the Culinary Capital of the Philippines, has several restaurants and eateries that will surely satisfy your cravings. Aside from local Pampangeño dishes, you also get to taste dishes that fuse with other types of cuisine around the world. Whether you want Asian, American, European, or just your homegrown Filipino food, Pampanga stands to be the ultimate food trip destination.

If you’re finding it hard to choose what goes in your Pampanga food trip itinerary, we’ll help you narrow down your choices to these seven new restaurants in and out of Clark.


1. Aero Tavern

Where: Level 2, KACC Building, Jose Abad Santos Avenue Clark Freeport Zone Angeles City
Price Range: PhP25 to PhP395


new restaurants in Clark Pampanga

The Filipino-Mexican fusion Lechon Kawali Tacos is just one of the International food selections in Aero Tavern.

Image: Aero Tavern Facebook page


True to its tagline, “Come and taste the world,” Aero Tavern combines all of the best international savories under one roof. It has appetizers, soups and salads, entrées, pasta dishes, flatbreads, desserts, and all-day breakfast choices. It also has a good selection of drinks, alcoholic beverages, and caffeinated drinks.

The place has an industrial modern rustic design with wooden seats and tables. What’s more, its warm lighting invites you to indulge in your food. Of course it’s best to bring your friends or family to share the experience with you.


2. Pancake ni Juan

Where: 526 Mc Arthur Highway, Angeles, 2009 Pampanga
Price Range: PhP15 to PhP75


new restaurants in Clark Pampanga

The affordable full-packed Beef in Oyster Sauce Pancake is a must try for every ‘Juan.’

Image: Pancake ni Juan Facebook Page


It’s not your normal favorite breakfast treat but a crepe with a twist of flavors in its stuffing. Pancake ni Juan is an original food concept brought to life by a Chinese and Filipina couple. It serves four pancake options which you can pair with any of their five freshly brewed flavored tea. The mouthwatering pancake menu includes beef in oyster sauce with cheese, pork floss with nori, tuna with onion, and chicken teriyaki. For dessert, Pancake ni Juan has its version of the classic Pinoy merienda, banana turon, as well as an ube turon, and two types of dessert pancakes.

Pancake ni Juan’s fusion food options may be foreign to some of us, but it relates to every “Juan” because the prices of its products are very affordable: it ranges from just PhP15 up to PhP75.


3. Calle Lutong Pampanga

Where: Clark Airmall M. A. Roxas Hwy Angeles City
Price Range: PhP50 to PhP600


new restaurants in Clark Pampanga

For an authentic Kapampangan eatery, of course, sisig won’t be missed out in the menu.

Image: Calle Lutong Pampanga


In its new location, Calle Lutong Pampanga showcases authentic Kapampangan cuisine and delicacies that fit your budget. It is open from 6:00 AM to 9:00 PM, and serves breakfast, lunch, merienda (afternoon snack), and dinner.

For breakfast, they have your classic ‘silog’ (fried rice and egg) meals, while for lunch, merienda, and dinner, they indulge us with all-Filipino food choices on the menu cooked the Kapampangan way. So, expect adobo (chicken or pork stewed in vinegar, garlic, soy sauce, bay leaves, and peppercorns), kare-kare (a peanut-based stew of oxtail, tripe, meat, and vegetables), kaldereta (pork, goat, beef or chicken and stewed in tomatoes), lechon kawali (crispy deep fried pork belly), bulalo (beef soup containing shank with bone marrow), mami (noodle soup), dinuguan (pork blood stew), pansit (noodles), and arozcaldo (Filipino congee).

Of course, Calle Lutong Pampanga wouldn’t miss the all-original Kapampangan sisig (made from parts of pig head and liver, seasoned with calamansi and chili peppers) from its menu, and the Kapampangan delicacy kilayin (minced pork lungs, chopped pork meat and liver marinated and cooked in vinegar and spices). Also packed and branded by the restaurant are the tabang talangka (crab fat) in a bottle and a plastic of chicharon or pitityan (pork rinds) to enjoy for take-outs or for pasalubong (souvenir).


4. Saiko-No Ramen House

Where: 4171-3 Richtofen St., Hensonville Subdivision Angeles City
Price Range: PhP55 to PhP1,499


new restaurants in Clark Pampanga

Ramen all you want with the choice of Shio or Shoyu Ramen here at Saiko-No Ramen House.

Image: Saiko-No Ramen House Facebook Page


Saiko-No Ramen House has a wide range of traditional Japanese lunches and dinners. Other than ramen (Japanese meat or fish noodle soup), it serves sushi, maki (rolled sushi), tempura, and don buri (rice bowl) among others.

When it opened in September 2017, it only served Japanese cuisine, but as Kapampangans grew fond of Korean food, the restaurant also started serving Korean dishes like samgyeopsal (grilled pork belly). They also introduced various unlimited deals. You have a choice of unlimited tempura, unlimited ramen, and unlimited samgyeopsal for only PhP299 each, which is quite reasonable to satisfy any food lover who has a big appetite.




5. Frida Taqueria y Cantina

Where: Stall A Blk 17 Lot 2 Don Meliton Avenue, Barangay, Angeles, Pampanga
Price Range: PhP125 to PhP400


new restaurants in Clark Pampanga

Friday Taqueria y Cantina serves authentic Mexican food—who knows, even Frida might have even loved these!

Image: Friday Taqueria y Cantina Facebook page


Frida Taqueria y Cantina’s name was inspired by Frida Kahlo, a Mexican artist and political activist who later became a feminist icon. The place loudly speaks of its inspiration with all the mural paintings of Kahlo’s portraits and the Latin-American ambiance of the restaurant’s fixtures and designs. It serves authentic Mexican food, which are more than just your ordinary nachos, tacos and burritos food line-up.

For appetizers, they have a choice of pork, beef, or chicken quesadilla and elotes (grilled sweet corn) with crema (Mexican sour cream), lime-chili salt, and queso cotija (Mexican dry grated cheese). For their main dishes, the cumin-coriander crusted hanging tender steak with sweet potato hash and chimichurri (marinade), and their best seller pollo ala plancha, which is a pan-grilled 1/2 boneless chicken rubbed with special Frida's spice mix, served with Mexican rice, slaw, and pickles. Your Mexican food trip in Frida Taqueria y Cantina wouldn’t be complete, of course, without trying their imported Mexican sodas and specialty cocktails.


6. Hachiryu Ramen 八龍 ラメン

Where: Mac arthur Hiway Angeles City
Price Range: PhP150 to PhP300


new restaurants in Clark Pampanga

A must-try combination here in Hachiryu Ramen, the Shio Chashuu Ramen with Gyoza to satisfy your Japanese food cravings

Image: Hachiryu Ramen Facebook page


Hachiryu Ramen’s specialty, as the name suggests, is their ramen. You can choose from the many different tonkatsu-based ramen, each with its own unique tastes and flavors. A tonkatsu is a type of ramen which is made from pork bone marrow soup and authentic Japanese ramen noodles. Your options include: dragon Ramen, black dragon ramen, red dragon ramen, and white dragon ramen.

But if you are not up to the challenge of finishing a whole bowl of hot Japanese noodles, Hachiryu Ramen has other Japanese dishes. They have affordable set meals that not only fit your budget and but will also satisfy your Japanese food cravings.




7. The Orange Bucket

Where: MacArthur High-way, Balibago, Angeles City (Back of Max’s Restaurant)
Price Range: PhP150 to PhP1,599


new restaurants in Clark Pampanga

It’s a seafood fiesta at Orange Bucket, perfect for sharing and eating with bare hands.

Image: The Orange Bucket Facebook Page


The Orange Bucket has its new branch in Angeles City, and is actually an offshoot of its owner’s other restaurant – The Crowing Chicken. Its bestseller is the “Seafood in a Bucket”, which is a mix of shrimps, mussels, crabs, and vegetables, boiled in their own Cajun-style blend of spices, tossed with their signature seasoning, and served in a bag inside an “orange bucket.” Youacn also choose the level of spiciness depending on how hot you can handle.. Seafood is best eaten with bare hands, but if you don’t want to get your hands dirty, they can provide plastic gloves as well as plastic bibs. Other than seafood, Orange Bucket also serves other food like chicken, baby back ribs, soups, and salads.


Check out our list of restaurants in Clark or browse the Dining & Leisure category of the ShoppersGuide Directory.


You may have to put your diet on hold for a while when you visit any of these mouth-watering places. Don’t get mad at us! See them for yourself first, and maybe you’d even thank us later!

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Corabelle Guevarra

Corabelle, outside her full-time job as a Digital Marketing Manager in Clark, she still makes time for her hobbies, be with her family and friends, travel, and work on a side business. Someday she wishes to fulfill her travel goals by being able to visit all the beautiful islands of the Philippines and see the sights of the different countries in Asia and the world. Just like anyone who has that wanderlust gene, Corabelle’s mantra is: “work, save, travel… repeat.”

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