Foodamn Philippines: Tarlac: Nay's House [May 2011]

Monday, June 6, 2011

Tarlac: Nay's House [May 2011]

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This is the second time we dine-in here at the cozy-homey interior of Nay's House in Tarlac City. An old house turned into a famous Kapampangan home-cooked dishes by the family of Catalina Panlilio Baron or fondly known as Imang Ninay.
Nay's House is a 3-storey colonial modern house, used to be a home for local radio station. The family retained the house's old structures and refurbished with nostalgic chairs & tabled with bright hues of linens. The house's exterior is painted red, white & cream. The old Capiz-shell window was replaced with stained glasses with flowering vines along the facade.
  
The three Panlilio sisters were dubbed as the kitchen divas and rest of the Panlilio family were among the formidable food connoisseur, in 1950's they put up Casa Alejandro in Makati, a classy Spanish restaurant.
Nay's House accommodates 80 to 100 diners from different places, mostly travelers and draws attention through word of mouth, during the beginning operation of the restaurant, the management has no advertisement at all. Until now you would have mistaken the restaurant as a typical Filipino ancestral home. The restaurant's signage is handwritten in yellow paint over a hanging wooden board alongside the property. 
Appetizer
peanut
Fried Banana or "Saba"
PhP15 [US$.40 cents]
Pan Seared Fish Fillet
PhP175 [US$3.50]
Sinigang Sugpo [Prawns]
PhP225 [US$4.50]
Beef Papait
PhP145 [US$3]
If you are going North bound and probably took SCTEX, Nay's House could be one of your stop-over. The easiest way to track-down Nay's House, along Tarlac State University and McDonald's. It's also across the Diwang Tarlac Convention Center.


Nay's House
Restaurant / Caterer
Romulo Boulevard
Tarlac City, Tarlac
Philippines
[t] 045. 982.5286
[m] 0918.934.8605


9 comments:

  1. Wow! I bet the trip to Tarlac was sorth it! Hope we can visit it in the future also! BTW, your daughter is so cute!

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  2. Thanks Joy! Do visit the place sometime and tell us your experience :)

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  3. i might be going to Tarlac, who knows.. at least I know about this place already. thanks for sharing. :-)

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  4. Hmm.this is a nice place to dine. maybe we will try to visit the place soon. just few hours away from our place here in pampanga..check out my entry too, thanks http://realmenwearaprons.info/2011/07/ftf-a-touch-of-chinese/

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  5. wow, this is unique and i bet the meals are great.

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  6. this looks like an interesting stopover. my usual stopover in Tarlac is Max's at Luisita...boring.:p

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  7. wow the house look historical. i bet the food is great. =)

    mine is up also at A SAHM Reviews.Net

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  8. Napaka artistic talaga ng pinoy noh? Pride pinoy talaga to. Mine is up and its here Little World of Fun

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  9. wow, ang sarap...natakam ako sa papaitan, miss ko na kasi! visiting from FTF, have a great week. :)

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