Pampanga is the home of our famous sisig and tocino but let’s explore another Pampanga’s best, Mila’s Tokwa’t Baboy.
The restaurant is an iconic mix of Pampanga’s diverse culinary delights. Most celebrities and tourists have come to visit and try the dishes that they offer.
The Best of Pampanga’s Mila’s Tokwa’t Baboy
Speaking of dishes, let us know to make ourselves hungry with the delicious food that they serve. First, is the Tokwa’t Baboy, which the eatery is named after. This dish is their famous food for a reason simply because it is so delicious and delicate.
It is made of pork, onions chunks of celery in a homemade soy sauce. Also, it is served with a side of fried-tofu cubes. Simple, nutritious, yet very scrumptious. The tofu gives a slight texture to the dishes, giving it a softer bite and it is only 200 pesos.
Another Pampanga’s best is of course the sizzling sisig. It is the most popular contribution of Pampanga to Filipino cuisine. Mila’s Tokwa’t Baboy has its own recipe that perfected by their thirty-five years of experience in the food and business industry. For only 200 pesos, you can have their amazing sizzling sisig.
Mila’s Tokwat Baboy other specialties
Moreover, they also have their Mila’s Tocino barbeque which is 20 pesos per stick and other lutong bahay dishes. All this amazing food goes very well with rice. Also, they are perfect pulutan for those who enjoy cold beer.
Enjoy life with amazing food and taste perfection with Mila’s Tokwat Baboy!
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