My Favorites in TOLL HOUSE

My Toll House memories bring me back to my college years when dining there was a breeze since my Alma Mater, Holy Angel University, is just a stone throw away from this homegrown restaurant. Owned by the Romeros, their recipe and quality was of same and did not falter through many years.

Sharing my list:

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1. BAKED MACARONI – its cheese topping and meaty sauce are its one that I crave much.

 

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2. MONGOLIAN BARBECUE – the beef strips are flavorful and vegetables are crunchy, not overcooked.

 

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3. TROPICAL CHICKEN – perfect mixture of shredded chicken and vegetables with creamy mashed potato on top. A perfect lunch!

 

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4. RED VELVET CAKE – I just love it. PERIOD

 

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5. COMBINATION BARBECUE – protein and flavor packed meaty goodness!

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6. SEAFOOD SUPREME – sauce and seafood offerings in a perfect match!

 

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7. KANI SALAD – refreshing my palate with a mix of crab and fruit flavors.

 

Here are the awesome cakes perfect for every occasion or simply to satisfy your sweet cravings:

 

 

Main Branch: Sto. Rosario St., Angeles City

Branches in Marquee Mall, Newpoint Mall, and SM City Clark.

Toll House was our sponsor during the First Pampanga Instameet. 

 

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