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Monday, November 12, 2018

Food Corner: APU (Authentic Filipino Buffet)

If you're looking for an authentic and legit Filipino buffet place along Ktown in Angeles City amidst all the samgyupsal hubs, then this restaurant is what you're looking for. APU was known to cater authentic Filipino and Kapampangan cuisine recently opened their doors to Angeleños and the like. 

Pampanga Digital Influencers, our group of bloggers and influencers here in Pampanga were honored to grace the soft-opening of the said buffet house. When we dined in during the first few weeks of the opening, they only cater dinner. Now, they are open during lunch and dinner for only P499.00.


The exquisite interior was so welcoming and there are a lot of instagrammable areas in the said resto.






Food is superb! I almost like everything but I specifically love their kaldereta, sisig and their soup. Kapampangan dishes were also present like the bringhe, sisig matua, burong isda,among others.











Their meals are evolving. The ones posted here can change anytime. Same with their drinks and desserts. They can also cater events and gatherings. The place is also perfect for big groups and kids. They take reservations, walk-ins and take out. The resto also accept credit cards so bring you family and loved ones and treat them to a hearty meal at APU. 














APU Authentic Filipino Buffet is open at 10:00AM-2:30PM for lunch and 5:30PM -9:30PM for dinner. They accept credit cards and cash. 

Book now or walk in to the newest buffet in Ktown. This is definitely a perfect place to spend with your loved ones, especially this Christmas season. 

Much Love, Mommy ❤

13 comments :

  1. I love all the food choices here, especially sisig and kare kare washed down with sago't gulaman. The restaurant is like a combination of RSM in Tagaytay and Cabalen.

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  2. There’s no better cuisine that the Filipino cuisine. Love APU! 😍

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  3. Wow!!! Loved all the food photos. Nakakagutom. Sarap! Sana may branch din dito sa QC

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  4. Damn, ang sarap sa picture. Pero kung lutong Pampanga to panalo tong mga pagkain na to.

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  5. The place looks so elegant and the food as well. Wish i could drive my family there!

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  6. Cool! A new foodie destination in Pampanga! Looking forward to checking it out soon!

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  7. I went on a Pampanga food crawl a few months back and I loved all the restaurants we've visited. I wish next time we do another food crawl in Pampanga that we can include this place. Ang ganda super IG worthy!

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  8. Awww I want Sisig! It's great that the food there tastes good. It's affordable compared to the Arroz Ecija Cafe I recently tried.

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  9. My friends and I went to Korean town and because they are Koreans, they told me that they want Filipino food before going back to Korea. We ate on this resto and we felt like the place looks like a hotel lobby. They enjoyed the food and price too lol

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  10. We love eating at Filipino restaurants together with my classmates! Since malayo ito, I am hoping to try this in the future haha. Thanks for sharing!

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  11. Interesting place and seems promising. Maybe I'll bring my boyfriend here to taste Pinoy food :)

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  12. This is full of all my favorites! That dried fish is the best. I could finish a lot of those in one sitting.

    Wendy
    http://wendyflor.com

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