In Pampanga, the perfect place to satisfy your palabok and kakain cravings is at Susie’s Cuisine. It’s a culinary institution that every Kapampangan recognize by heart.
Kakanin or rice cakes is part of our Filipino culture. From the word kanin which means rice, kakanin is made of rice or glutinous rice usually mixed with coconut milk or gata. The Philippines has a wide variety of kakanin and some are distinct to certain provinces or areas. Take puto for instance which is a very popular kakanin but different regions offer variations.
Eversince I came to Angeles City in 1997, Susie’s Cuisine had been one of the to-go-places for a quick bite. Susie’s products are often present during special occasions or gatherings like birthday parties, luncheons, and dinners.
Susie’s Cuisine has been in the business since 1972. Anicia Ayson founded Susie’s through the motivation of her family and close friends who were fond of her cooking. And eventually got Kapampangans loved her cooking too. Today, it is now being run by her daughter Jesusa Ayson Yabut, together with her husband Glenn Yabut.
With 12 outlets in Pampanga and Tarlac, people can now easily buy Susie’s products.
Food and Prices
Susie’s is famous for its pancit luglug or palabok, mochi, and tibok tibok. A visit to the store-restaurant, however, will surprise you and get you instantly salivating of the wide array of products–there are kakanin, pancit, pasta, sweets, and native delicacies.
Pancit palabok (P50/single order, P375 and P480/bilao) is my personal fave. Pancit palabok or pancit luglug is a type of rice noodles dish. As far as ingredients are concern, it looks similar with other palabok you’ll find in the market. You can see the same thick red sauce, chicharon bits or pork cracklings and egg. But what made it stand out from the rest is the taste. It’s more flavorful and tastier and the noodles are perfect to the bite.
Mochi (P6/pc, P240/bilao) is a Japanese-inspired snack. It is made of sticky rice with bean paste filling. It is served with sweet, thick, and creamy gata (coconut milk).
Tibok-tibok or maja blanca (P20/slice, P400/bilao, P430/bilao of tibok-tibok with corn) is a delicious Filipino dessert that is also known as coconut pudding. This is one of my fave.
Susie’s also offer familiar desserts like leche flan and chocolate cake.
Susies’ Cuisine in Angeles
Susie’s Cuisine at Nepo Angeles is a decent place to have your snack. The place is usually crowded, an evidence of how pinoys love kakanin. At the side, you’ll see shelves for candies and preserved goodies that are great for pasalubong.
Rizal Extension corner Sandra St., Angeles City
Tel. No.: (045) 887 – 2479
McArthur Highway,Dau (Pineda Bldg. near Marina Arcade)
Tel. No.: (045) 892-4919
IG Grown Plaza,Burgos St.,Guagua Pampanga
Tel. No.: (045) 900-1062
Sto. Domingo 1, Capas Tarlac
Tel. No.: (045) 615-0960
ACC Bldg., McArthur Highway,Apalit Pampanga
Tel. No.: (045) 302-9182
La Maja Rica, McArthur Highway, Ligtasan, Tarlac City
Tel. No.: (045) 611-2150
Mother Teresa Calcutta,Sakop, Brgy. Maimpis, City of San Fernado Pampanga
Tel. No.: (045) 455-5935
Northwalk 2, City of San Fernando Pampanga
Tel. No.: (045) 889-8723
Marquee Place, G/F Pulung Cacutud, Angeles City
Tel. No.: (045) 841-4046
Don Manuel Banzon St., Balanga City Bataan
Tel. No.: 0906-657-905
Mc Arthur Highway, Dolores, City of San Fernando Pampanga.
Tel. No.: (045) 861 – 2480
Ground Floor Kiosk, SM Clark, Angeles City
Tel. No.: none
Monday – Saturday
7:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Dine In Order
7:00 AM – 6:30 PM
7:00 AM – 6:00 PM Dine In Order
7:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Website is not Susie’s Cuisine official website. It was created by college students for their thesis according to resource.