Angeles Fried Chicken, also called AFC, serves the best fried chicken in Angeles City. This is the restaurant owned by the family of showbiz personality Antonette Taus.
My friend who grew up in Angeles said that not much has changed in this restaurant since she was a kid. She remembers the same tables, chairs, decorations and even the dim lighting. In fact when the phone rang while we were eating, it was the tone of a landline from way back in the 80s. And when we looked at the phone, it was indeed a vintage! And this is probably the restaurant's charm to its loyal customers.
We ordered AFC's classic fried chicken.
AFC's classic fried chicken reminds me of KFC's original recipe including the taste of its gravy. Yum. But what I liked better was -
AFC's Japanese Fried Chicken. Garlicky. Yum-yum!
We also ordered camaron and fried mushrooms. They were yummy too. Hay, so many delicious dishes to try! Haha...
After our yummy lunch at Angeles Fried Chicken, we went to Marquee Mall to taste another talked about halo-halo - Kabigting's halo-halo, which originated from Arayat, Pampanga. Its branch at Marquee Mall is near Italianni's but they also have a branch in Robinson's StarMills in San Fernando, Pampanga.
What makes Kabigting's Halo Halo special is it has chunks of pastillas (made from carabao's milk) and yummy glazed beans. How can you resist that?
After our Angeles City food trip, I realized Pampanga has a lot of yummy halo-halo - Razon's from Guagua, RFW from Angeles City and Kabigting's from Arayat and I've several more on my list to try from different parts of Pampanga. :)