Mila’s Original Tokwa’t Baboy
2009 Brgy Santo Domingo Angeles City, Angeles City, Philippines
Mila’s Original Tokwa’t Baboy Angeles City Reviews
off the beaten path food place Aug 04, 2012
Mila’s is an “eatery”that started in 1986. It is owned and managed by a certain family in Angeles City, Pampanga. The word “eatery” in the Philippines means a small, quaint, rustic and very informal, off the beaten path kind of food places. No fancy dining tables or arrangements, but usually the foods that are served here are delicious – it’s always like home-cooked meals.
Mila’s specialty is “Tokwa’t Baboy” (tokwa is fried soybean curd, baboy is pig or pork fat) but they also serve “Sizzling Sisig”. Beside Sizzling Sisig, we also ordered “Paco Salad” (steamed ferns with tomatoes and onions, relished with salted egg) and Pork Barbecue (grilled pork tocino). I’ve tried the paco salad when I visited Batanes so it is no longer new to me.
Food wise it is good. Service is quite poor though. We waited too long before our food were served. Price is affordable.
Those who are into food-tripping or you’re simply craving for these delicacies, need to travel one to two hours from Manila to Angeles City, Pampanga. To get to Mila’s Tokwa’tBaboy, take the NLEX road going to Pampanga and exit on McArthur Highway. Along McArthur Highway (the highway passing through Angeles and San Fernando), you will see a Honda Motorcycle store; beside it is an arch that reads Barangay Santo Domingo. Enter that street and turn right at the very end. The little restaurant is at the right hand side.
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