1.11.2014

Lunch At Pan De Amerikana



You're seeing the picture right. I didn't purposely invert it... And I think this is one restaurant that has a cool theme you'll never get tired of. So after our Sunday service, I invited my family to have lunch at Pan De Amerikana, White Plains branch to witness the uniqueness of its interior and facade (partial). And this is only the  beginning...




The restaurant greets you with a bridge on the left, before entering the main dining area. This is a welcome change to the kids who were so excited to see fishes swimming happily!




Inverted fixtures plus a grand piano hang on its ceiling; making it the focal point of the restaurant. While enjoying the dishes we ordered, I would see the other customers capturing the very scene that catches everyone's attention. I just hope that it is properly fastened and secured before someone gets hurt, lol.




The foods are very affordable yet seemingly satiating; nothing exemplary though. The plating is not as enticing as when you dine in a classy restaurant. It is akin though to home cooking that will certainly make you order for more. For example, their family platter is an affordable P350, fresh lumpia at P45 and halo-halo is P50. And they have a wide variety of food selections for the meat lovers or the figure conscious that are mostly Pinoy cuisines.




Before entering their comfort rooms, an area for washing the hands is strategically located at the far end of the room. There is even a smaller basin available for the little ones who might have dirtied their fingers while savoring their orders!




Every corner is a sight to behold! You'll guess that the owner has a collection of myriad things like old photos of movie personalities showcased in one portion of the restaurant, the bathroom's wall filled with lids and bowls that seemed antiquated and there was even a Land Rover! They also sold breads (wheat pan de sal and ensaymada); their very first product before the owners added more choices to their menu. To date, they have other three branches within Metro Manila. So the next time you intend to have a not-so-ordinary dining experience, try it here!


Pan De Amerikana
131 Katipunan Ave White Plains, Quezon City  
(02) 442-5601

23 comments :

  1. What an unusual and interesting place to see....The food looks good too. I don't think I would want to sit under the piano!! I have never seen such a beautiful area for washing hands.

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  2. the food looks fantastic! Interesting decor too.

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  3. Sounds like a very fun day, and my lots of food to enjoy. Hope you're having a good New Year.

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  4. It looks interesting but those objects that are upside down? Mmmm, that just seems strange to me. But hey, what do I know? :-)

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  5. Was able to visit their branch in Marikina and it was also nice :)

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  6. Ang ganda! Very unique ang theme. I love the furniture hanging upside down. :)

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  7. Oh My..I want to go here...how fascinating and unusual.:)

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  8. If I'm not mistaken sis Vera blogged about this too. I saw that inverted piano and tables too and I thought there's a mirror on the ceiling and that's only a reflection, hehe. Nice place by the way.

    Mommy Maye
    www.momaye.com

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  9. That is one unique restaurant indeed. I wouldn't be surprised if it's the main reason why people check out their establishment. Plus factor na ang affordable but very good food.

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  10. How charming! Napaka-creative naman ng may-ari or ng nag-design nito. And the food looks good - I prefer homecooked meals rather than pa-sosy dishes :P

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  11. Ooohhhh makabalik nga dyan. I agree, very affordable meals, di ko nga inakala eh. hehe :)

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  12. I was totally amazed on the design, totally!!! I wish I'm gonna visit the place sometime, talagang I'm gonna convinced hubby to visit. The food looks really good. Thanks for sharing Sis:)
    Melgie
    http://wish4less.blogspot.com

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  13. That's really interesting deco at the restaurant.

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  14. The place looks good and unique. I think this was already featured in one of TV magazine shows. Kakatakot lang baka mahulog ung mga chair habang kumakain.

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  15. This is awesome sis! I wonder if it's the same place we pass by the last time we were home. Pandesal naman binili namin and ensaymada. My sister was so amazed with the place.

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    1. I think it's the same! Ensaymada and pan de sal were their first products then until the restaurants evolved :)

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  16. If we got the chance to visit the metro again, we will surely try to visit here. ;)

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  17. Oh, this is interesting! Nice way to entice customers to enter their resto. Hihi!
    Anyway, that plate of fish and okra and all made me really hungry. Nag-crave tuloy ako ng ganyang luto bigla, haha! :-)

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  18. I think I saw this place featured at ANC's Shop Talk :) amusing, my kids would love it there. Buti hindi upside down ang food haha

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  19. Cool place. You got me at P50 halo2x. I must remember to visit this place.

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  20. Unique decorations, I love it and the foods look so delicious..

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  21. What an amazing decor and such fun ideas with all the upside down things.I love.it.The food looks good too.
    Eliz

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  22. Love the decors too but their food selection looks like ordinary although the price is really affordable.

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