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Matam-ih Authentic Kapampangan Cuisine

Matam-ih serves authentic Kapampangan cuisine in the heart of clark freeport zone.  In an effort to provide a dignified and permanent source of livelihood to the local community, the owners chose to employ aetas as wait staff for their restaurant.

Apag Marangle

The restaurant is quite famous for serving  home cooked Kapampangan dishes with their farm to dining table concept.  All ingredients were harvested fresh, cooked and served within the day.

Coffee Talk

A cafe where the young at heart unwind.   This business is dedicated to serve people who loves desserts, meals, pizza and coffee.

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The name La Pampanga was given by the Spaniards, who encountered natives living along the banks (pampáng) of the Pampanga River. Its creation in 1571 makes it the first Spanish province on Luzon Island (Cebu in Visayas is older as it was founded by the Spaniards in 1565). The town of Villa de Bacolor in the province briefly served as the Spanish colonial capital when Great Britain invaded Manila as part of the Seven Years’ War. At the eve of the Philippine Revolution of 1896, Pampanga was one of eight provinces placed under martial law for rebellion against the Spanish Empire; it is thus represented on the Philippine national flag as one of the eight rays of the sun.  >> Source


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