What to eat at Susie's Cuisine

A Gastronomic Adventure: What to eat at Susie's Cuisine in Tomas Morato, Quezon City

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What to eat at Susie's Cuisine in Tomas Morato, Quezon City
What to eat at Susie's Cuisine

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September 2023, Tomas Morato, Quezon City - Happy to share that this popular Kapampangan food brand is now accessible here in QC. We used to visit Angeles, Pampanga for the take out counter of Susie's. For us, the bestsellers during that time are the mochi box, rice cakes, taba ng talangka, chicharon, leche flan, and the rest of their cookies and sweets.
Susie's Cuisine mochi
Susie's Cuisine mochi

Susie's Del Rosario's family established Susie's Cuisine in 1972, initially opening a tiny sari-sari shop in Angeles City, Pampanga. What began as a small endeavor over time evolved into a cherished culinary institution renowned for its dedication to safeguarding and honoring Kapampangan cuisine.

The cuisine of Kapampangan is a distinctive fusion of Spanish, Malay, and Chinese influences and is frequently referred to as the culinary center of the Philippines. It is distinguished by the use of high-quality ingredients, strong flavors, and careful preparation. This culinary tradition is not only upheld but also improved at Susie's Cuisine.

Kakanin. Susie's Cuisine offers a variety of kakanin, traditional Filipino rice cakes, such as bibingka (rice cake with salted egg and cheese) and biko (sticky rice cake with caramelized coconut topping). These kakanin are often enjoyed during celebrations and special occasions.
Susie's Cuisine sapin-sapin
Susie's Cuisine sapin-sapin

Kapampangan dishes: Susie's Cuisine also serves classic Kapampangan dishes like bringhe (a type of paella), sisig (sizzling chopped pork), and morcon (stuffed beef roll). These dishes showcase the culinary prowess of Kapampangan cuisine.

Puto and Kutsinta. These are traditional Filipino rice cakes. Susie's Cuisine's versions are incredibly soft, moist, and have just the right amount of sweetness. They are often enjoyed as snacks or desserts and are perfect with a cup of native tsokolate (hot chocolate).

Empanada.  Kapampangan empanadas are distinct from their Latin American counterparts. These savory pastries are made from a flaky dough filled with a flavorful mixture of ground meat, vegetables, and spices. Susie's Cuisine's empanadas are particularly famous for their crispy exterior and generous filling.

Susie's Cuisine special halo-halo and bibingka
Susie's Cuisine special halo-halo and bibingka

Pansit Bilao. They offer the complete pansit varieties from palabok, malabon, sotanghon, canton, miki, and a combination of noodles.
Susie's Cuisine sotanghon with miki noodles

Pasalubong. Susie's Cuisine has a wide range of delicacies as pasalubong or for take-outs. The restaurant features an extensive selection of traditional Filipino treats. From ube yum, tarts, spicy dilis, dates, achara, butong pakwan, meringue, yema, polvoron, napoleon, all sort of cookies and even whole cakes, visitors can find a plethora of Kapampangan delights packaged and ready to eat. 

Susie's Cuisine chicharon
Susie's Cuisine chicharon

Susie's Cuisine has won a special place in the hearts and palates of many with its delectable assortment of Kapampangan meals and traditional delights, now that they are in the Metro, you can drop by or order online through delivery app. 

How to get there:
Scout Bayoran, Tomas Morato Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City, Metro Manila

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