Dining – Abes Farm

Dining

The Restaurants

Come and indulge your taste buds in the comforts of a dreamy bamboo and antique wood rest house. Abe’s Farm, in Magalang Pampanga, serves a full menu of Capampangan food and signature dishes from the LJC restaurant chain. Abe’s Farm serves a variety of appetizers, soups, salads and relishes, grills, stews, fried dishes, vegetables, noodles, sandwiches and desserts. The restaurant also offers breakfast to those spending the night at Abe’s Farm.

Abe’s Farm is open daily, for lunch, merienda and dinner from 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM.

Menu

    • APPETIZERS AND SALADS

      Gambas al Ajillo Spanish-style shelled shrimps sautéed in virgin olive oil and garlic

      Sinuteng Baby Squid Baby squid sautéed in olive oil and seasonings

      Spicy Sizzling Sisig Pampanga Minced pork jowl and chicken livers sautéed in garlic, spices, and chilies

      Chicharon Bulaklak Home-made crisp fried pork variety meat crackling

      Arobung Kamaru (Farm Crickets) Delicacy from Pampanga, rice field crickets sautéed in tomatoes and onions

    • Chicharones Crisp-fried meaty pork cracklings

      Paco Fern & Tomato Salad Young rainforest fern with tomato and salted egg in a light dressing

      Ensaladang Ampalaya Bitter melon salad in fish sauce vinaigrette

      Atsarang Papaya Pickled julienne of green papaya, carrots, and shallots

      Burong Mangga Pickled green mango slices

      Green Mango & Bagoong Sliced green mango tossed with spicy homemade salted shrimp paste

  • MAIN COURSES

    • Binukadkad na Pla-Pla A Bistro Remedios original; butterfly cut tilapia fried to delightful crispiness, served with balo balo and mustasa leavest

      Pritong Baby Hito Young catfish fried crisp and served with balo balo relish and mustasa leaves

      Pork Binagoongan Choice pork meat slowly cooked in shrimp paste, garlic and chilies

      Knockout Knuckles Crispy pata with our special spicy garlic topping

      Abe's Morcon Slow cooked fiesta meat roll with chorizo, egg and paprika

    • Kare-Kare Oxtail and tripe stewed in peanut sauce with assorted vegetables

      Lamb Adobo A house special and one of LJC 's favorite

      Kalderetang Baka Filipino-style beef stew

      Crispy Tadyang “D’Original” A Bistro Remedios original, marinated beef ribs deep-fried to delicious crispiness

      Lola Ising's Adobo Stewed pork belly in soy and vinegar, then fried crisp and topped with popped garlic

    • VEGETABLES

      Pinakbet Capampangan A variety of fresh garden vegetables simmered with shrimp paste

      Adobong Pusong Saging Heart of banana stewed in vinegar

      Gule Magalang Stewed freshly harvested vegetables with squash flowers

      Gising Gising Chopped stalk of kangkong with coconut milk, shrimps, and chili

      Bicol Express Not to be outdone, this Bicolano spicy coco cream vegetable medley is guaranteed to blast you off to Mayon Volcano

    • RICE, NOODLES, AND SIDE DISHES

      Bamboo Rice Mountain rice cooked with shrimps, wood ear mushrooms, and bamboo shoots; steamed in a bamboo shell

      Garlic Rice

      Steamed Rice

      Pancit Bihon Guisado Thin rice noodles with vegetables, pork and shrimps

      Pancit Canton Guisado Egg noodles with vegetables, pork and shrimps

      Balo-Balo with Mustasa Capampangan delicacy of fermented rice and shrimp, served with mustasa leaves

      Aligue ng Talangka Fat of tiny crabs sautéed in olive oil and garlic

      SANDWICHES

      Tuna Sandwich Served with fries and coleslaw

      Chicken Sandwich Served with fries and coleslaw

      Club Sandwich Served with fries

  • DESSERTS

    • Halo-Halo Fruits and beans in syrup, leche flan, sago, and kaong

      Ube Jalea with Macapuno Purple yam pudding topped with sweetened macapuno

      Claude's Dream Pandan gelatin and young coconut on macapuno ice cream

      Sikreto ni Maria Find out what makes the village swain swoon with delight

    • Leche Flan Rich milk and egg custard

      Turon Saging with Nangka at Ube Fried spring roll wrapper with jackfruit and purple yam

      Suman sa Lihiya Sticky rice cake with palm sugar sauce; served hot

      Fresh Fruit Platter Fresh fruits in season

  • NEW DISHES

    • Bulalo Boiled beef shank with vegetables

      Tokwa't Baboy Fried tofu with pork ear and cheeks, served with spiced soy vinegar

      Lumpiang Sariwa Coconut heart and vegetables wrapped in crepe with garlic-peanut sauce

      Piniritong Lumpia Fried coconut heart and vegetables in spring roll wrapper

      Betute Fried stuffed frogs Pampanga style

      Bistek Na Bangus Milkfish fillet sautéed with onions, soy, and calamansi

      Sugpo Sa Aligue Sautéed prawns with crab fat

      Sugpo Coco Loco Sautéed prawns with lemon grass and coconut milk

    • Pla-Pla sa Bawang Fried fillet of tilapia with pickled papaya and soy dipping sauce

      Fried Chicken Fried tofu with pork ear and cheeks, served with spiced soy vinegar

      Picnic Adobo Pork and Chicken Adobo with Rice wrapped in banana leaf

      Bistek Tagalog Sautéed U. S. Top Blade with onions and soy

      Dinuguan at Puto Classic pork innards blood stew; served with rice cake

      Guisadong Mustasa Sautéed native mustard leaves with shrimps and tomatoes

      Laing Taro Leaves simmered in coconut milk, topped with smoked fish flakes