Café Fleur

Miranda St., Sto. Rosario, Angeles, Pampanga

Café Fleur
5.0 Stars

10 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 8
  • 4 stars 2
  • 3 stars 0
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 11 Reviews
  • 0 Recommend
  • 10 Reviewers
Business Hours
Open: 11:00a - 10:00p


  • Sunday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p
  • Monday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p
  • Thursday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p
  • Friday
    • 11:00a - 11:00p
  • Saturday
    • 11:00a - 11:00p

Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

More Business Info

Street, Parking Lot
Outdoor Seating:
Lunch, Dinner
Good for Groups:

Most Recent Reviews

Ronald Gerard A.
4.0 Stars

The overall experience was exemplary for the price point. However, they’re currently merged into 25 Seeds since the restaurant is under construction.

The staff were attentive and pleasant. They smile all the time.

For the food, you would know that a lot of thinking has been made for each of the menu item. Presentation was good; again, for the price point.

We ordered crab cakes, bulanglang soup, pumpkin soup, macadamia kare kare, rellenong bangus, chicken barbecue, sago dessert (forgot the actual name), and mangoes and sticky rice. The crab cakes were moist and flavorful even without the sauce. The Bulanglang soup was extraordinary; it just exceeded my expectations. The soup itself was rich. Their Bulanglang though is more of a rib sinigang for those who will expect the briny Ilokano version. Pumpkin soup was good but the I love the bread that came with it more. The Kare Kare was really good. The sauce alone is an item in itself. The bagoong didn’t come through for me though; it’s more fruity than briny. The creamy rellenong bangus is probably my favorite; it’s moist and flavorful. It made me rethink about why we eat relleno the way we normally do. The Chicken barbecue for me is the most sulit item we had for just 200+. I believe they served 2 deboned thigh-leg quarter, making the dish very succulent and sweet. Both the desserts will make you reminisce your childhood in the provinces.

Overall, it was a very good experience but I don’t think it’s something I would crave for.

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Shellah Marie R.
5.0 Stars


Nice and cozy.


Crispy Pork Belly Truffled Macadamia Kare Kare: This is soo DIVINE! Pork Belly's skin is super crispy and meat is still super tender. Kare kare sauce was incredibly delicious. The authenticity of the Peanut sauce is still there but you can definitely taste a distinct taste the separates it from other Kare Kares. "Sauce lang, ulam na" legit. This is soo good. Their bagoong is super yummy as well. The bagoong itself really stands out. I just really can't find anything wrong in this dish. This is definitely my favorite Kare-Kare eveeeer.

Sisig ni Chef Eric: It was good but I've tasted better sisigs than this at a much cheaper price.

Chicken Bbq: This is sooooooo good. Definitely a must try! Chicken was soo tender and tasty.


Quite pricey but I swear the Kare-Kare and Chicken Bbq are super worth it!


Friendly and accommodating staff


Did I enjoy it? - Yes
Will I recommend it? - Yes
Will I come back? - Yes

  • No. of Comments: 2
Jill T.
4.0 Stars

A bit over priced but presentation is fancy and place is so charming and homey so I guess I will still keep going back. 128523

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Rhency L.
5.0 Stars

If you're in Pampanga and you're looking for a nice restaurant...... this is it. Everything is so good, literally EVERYTHING. No dish was a disappontment.

Place is small though so try calling beforehand to reserve tables. Servers also tend to be slow during busy hours but I swear the wait will be worth it.

In photos:
Deconstructed tamales
Roasted salmon
Bibingka cheesecake
Pork belly kare-kare
Aligue pasta

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Myzyl C.
5.0 Stars

After watching the Hot Air Balloon Festival in Clark, we went to Cafe Fleur to have lunch. We got here around 11:30 just in time to get us a table even without any reservations. The wait for the food to be served is REALLY long... but I must say that waiting patiently and all our sacrifices was worth it.

Their Crispy Pork Belly Macadamia Kare-Kare is the real winner! Anyone who visits, MUST TRY THIS! That evenly cooked pork with uber crunchy skin is a gem while the macadamia sauce is nothing I've tasted before. 1108811088110881108811088

Creamy Rellenong Bangus is really good too. I'm not a fan of relleno but this one is too good not to try. This, the kare-kare, and all main dishes come with 1 cup of rice so that's really value for money. 11088110881108811088

Their Citrus Aligue Pasta is also a winner. All the flavors are properly mixed but I would have wished for more green mango for that stronger citrus flavor. Everything else is just awesome. 11088110881108811088

For our dessert, we ordered Salted Egg Bibingka Cheesecake which has a perfect blend of sweet and salty taste. 11088110881108811088

I also bought Sansrival Chips and Spicy Tinapa in Tomato as pasalubong for my family and all these are really good too! 1108811088110881108811088

I'd love to come back for their batirol but will make sure that I'll be more prepared to be extremely patient. The servers are really nice though I hope they can do something to improve their serving time.

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Sandy V.
5.0 Stars

Loved every entree we ordered 10084

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Jill T.
4.0 Stars

Highly recommended: Okoy, Laksa, Kare kare. 128156 Creamy bangus and chicken barbecue were good too, albeit quite ordinary. Glad to have this chic rustic place near home. 128156

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Chieo O.
5.0 Stars

Pampanga never seems to run out of up & coming dining places, from ones where you just randomly walk-into, to even one where you have to book for months and wait a year just for a seat...

Visiting MamaCheng & JayAr up north unfolds episodes of random gastronomic adventures and one of these was a visit to Chef Sau's - Cafe Fleur!

I remembered Mama Cheng recalling her preschool days before it came to be Cafe Fleur, where she would wait for her Papang by the driveway posts to fetch her... Indeed, this structure is once again enjoying a fantastic reuse! I think there is not one corner in Cafe Fleur that is not photogenic 128522 hehehe everything here is truly instagram-worthy 12852210084128077🏻

Chef Sau has definitely put more than culinary twists in his cuisine... as the reviews would say, it's like tasting Filipino Food for the first time... no wonder they blessed it with the title of giving us Avant Garde Kapampangan Cuisine... Aside from their own signature dishes in the region, they also made lotsa twists with other all-time favorite Filipino dishes from other regions!

So let's get into the real deal! We started with the Crunchy Okoy and Shrimp patties which had a hint of sweetness especially when eaten with the papaya strips....nicely done! check! 128077🏻128077🏻128077🏻

Then there was the soup...kalabasa et corn, which had i think, red curry and coconut cream... The corn was plump yet crispy, reminiscent of our classic chichacorn! 128077🏻128077🏻128077🏻

Next was the Rellenong Bangus which had a smokey taste but blended well with the light creamy sauce... Here you go fish-lovers 128522128522128522

The salmon with mashed potato was impeccably done, light and refined mashed potato and the tender salmon topped with white sauce was oh so yummy as well...100841008410084

Sisig in 2 Ways, one with egg and one by Chef Eric... Can't go wrong with Kapampangan Sisig 128525128525128525

For me one of the hearty highlights was this deconstructed truffled kare-kare with macademia, instead of roasted nuts it had a sweeter feel, and of course we can't forget the crispy pork belly going on top of this savory dish 128522128077🏻10084️ crispy like lechon skin crispyness!!!

And dont forget the hefty Pad Thai which had a spicy kick! So appetizing 12852212852212852210084128077🏻

To cleanse our palate we got the refreshing Thai Iced tea, which reminded me of cold teh tarik ala SG/ Malaysia100841008410084

As usual Ateng and I got caught with the artsy happenings within the Cafe.... Every room just had a different vibe.....very very nice foodie experience with Cafe Fleur.....again, time spent on travel takes even less than surviving Manila traffic jam hehehe 12852210084128077🏻127881

I might say though....10 alloted pics for every foodie review is not sufficient for Cafe Fleur, hehehe 128518128518128518

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Aileen O.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

  • No. of Comments: 4
Antonio Lorenzo Q.
5.0 Stars

A modern twist to Kapampangan cuisine is what best describes this homey restaurant along the suburban parts of Angeles City. Literally situated in a modern Filipino home, Cafe Fleur boasts of its quality food and service admixed with a relaxing Tagaytay-esque ambience in Pampanga. Personal favorites are their Kare-kare infused with Macadamia and Truffles (yes, those delectable fungi) and Hito salad. Parking is generous, and the place itself is also a photographer's playground.

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Maan M.
5.0 Stars

I love to go on food trips and I really love taking pictures of those sumptuous meals that we have ordered. And did I mention that I'm a frustrated food blogger and critique? 128521128522

Well, after watching a certain morning show featuring this restaurant, I was really convinced on how good their food were and said to myself that I'll give this a try regardless of how far it was. At first, it seems impossible to go here since it's in Angeles City and I'm from the Metro. I guess luck is on my side. We had an out of town trip up North last weekend and saw it as a window of opportunity.

Before heading back to Manila, we decided to go here for a stopover where we can eat our dinner too. Café Fleur is located at 463B Miranda St. Brgy. Sto. Rosario, Angeles City. You can like their Facebook page so you can read the Customer reviews and also directions on how to get there. We also used Waze and it's very helpful.

It's an old mansion turned into a restaurant. There were 2 floors which were divided into different function rooms. The outside itself is IG worthy and one couldn't resist taking a photo of or with it as the background (like what we did). We were ushered onto the 2nd floor and into Babô, where our seats were waiting for us. The servers were very nice and accommodating.

These are what we ordered:
- For Appetizer:
Pako Salad
- Main Dishes:
1) Okoy (Wasn't able to get the exact name and forgot to take a pictute of their menu. Sorry..)
2) Crispy Pork Belly Macadamia Kare-Kare
3) Sisig ni Chef Eric
4) Creamy Rellenong Bangus
- Refreshments:
Strawberry Shake
Coconut Piña Shake
- Lechemon
- Chocolate Sansrival

Hope I got their names right.
Their servings are good for sharing and they're really good! Kudos to Chef Sau for creating these dishes. And the desserts were divine plus the refreshments are just the right sweetness and really cools you down after one sip. The prices for me is reasonable enough for its serving size, taste and quality. And if you want to buy some goodies to take home, just head to the Ground floor where there's a display of their cakes and other take home goodies plus Chef Sau's book.

This place is very ideal for romantic dates, family gathering, food trip with friends, business gatherings, etc. Be sure that you bring enough cash on hand if you want to make your trip worthwhile and taste most of their best sellers.

I would definitely be back for more. 128513128077🏼128079🏼128079🏼128079🏼128079🏼

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