FOODTRIP(156): Silyo Dmiela Pampanga Cuisine

by - 11/01/2017 12:00:00 PM

During our Lamp Quarters Marikina food crawl, the 2nd stop we visited is the Silyo DMiela Pampanga Cuisine.
Lamp Quarters is one of the newest food hub opened at the famous Gil Fernando Avenue (a long strip in Marikina full of restaurants and food hubs). With the tag line, “Live. Love. Local”, the owners of Lamp Quarters want to create a venue and environment that gives opportunities for local, up and coming, talented entrepreneurs and starters to showcase their talents and craftsmanship in the community.

Silyo DMiela Pampanga Cuisine has been serving Filipino families for more than a year. They offer variety of traditional Kapampangan recipes, from pica pica to ulam, all prepared to impress and make your dining experience memorable.

Place is spacious and equipped with Filipino paintings and native decors.

Here’s what they we ate:

Sisig Kapampangan (Php220)
“Sisig cooked the Kapampangan way grilled pork meat sautéed with onion and chillies topped with egg”
-Very distinct Kapampangan Sisig and you won’t even have to add any condiments to add taste because it’s tasty as it is.

Beef Caldereta (Php220)
“A traditional Filipino beef stew in tomato sauce”
-Very saucy and tasty. Not really a fan of Caldereta but this is an exception because I love how creamy and buttery the taste it. (I personally love creamy and buttery taste).

Dinuguan (Php180)
“Filipino classic black stew slow braised pork”
-The Diniguan is very tasty ad well and the meat were cooked very well.  

Overall, if you’re craving for Filipino food or local food, this restaurant is a must visit. I imagine bringing my family and friends here. Affordable and true to its Kapampangan taste, Silyo is the best place to be. 😊

Silyo Dmiela Pampanga Cuisine
Located at: Lamp Quarters, Gil Fernando Avenue, Santo Niño, Marikina City
Phone number: +63 9328846554
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  1. Hi, I really love Pampanga food trip, beside the Sisig, dinuguan and beef caldereta? do they have other kapampangan food to offer? :)