Mila's Tokwa't Baboy

San Andres St. cor. San Joaquin St., Sto. Domingo, Angeles, Pampanga

Mila's Tokwa't Baboy
4.6
4.5 Stars

33 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 22
  • 4 stars 8
  • 3 stars 3
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 35 Reviews
  • 91 Recommend
  • 33 Reviewers
Category:
Filipino
Business Hours
Reopens Fri: 10:00a - 10:00p
Phone
+63458886727

Hours

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

Payment Options

Cash

Most Recent Reviews

Ruth S.
5.0 Stars
5

SOBRANG SARAP I KENNAT!!! 🤤

Some may say that Aling Lucing’s Sisig is the best but guys, you must try MILA’s SIZZLING SISIG!

The best sisig in Pampanga? YES YES!! It’s crispy, super tasty (saktong dami ng onions and sili)!! And for 220 pesos, SUPER SULIT!!! Guys, MASARAP talaga siya!! With or without rice! 128521

Sisig was good but it was the TOKWA that I liked the most!! LOVED IT SO MUCH I CANNOT EVEN!!! It’s super uber crispy and the sauce was extra tasty. It really made the tokwa taste so much better. At first, I thought it was weird that they added celery but surprisingly, I liked how they all tasted together. Didn’t tried the pork because tenga but Ony said it was good? Hahaha. 128517

When in Pampanga, make sure to visit MILA’S!! Order the SISIG and TOKWA’T BABOY! Worth it, promise!!!!!! 💯

Trivia: The “real” sisig according to my cousins should not have EGG and/or MAYO. Mortal sin daw if you serve sisig with egg or mayo; or if you ask for egg or mayo lalo na pag nasa Pampanga ka. Isusumpa ka daw nila! Hahahaha!! 128123

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Richard R.
4.0 Stars

Visited this much talked about place where people say serve the best sisig and tokwa't baboy. True enough, as soon as we entered the restaurant you will immediately notice pictures on the wall of celebrities who have been there to sample their specialty.

Mila's Tokwa't Baboy stays true to their slogan. They serve fast and they serve the best. It will only take a few minutes for them to serve your food. And yes, they sure know how to cook it. You won't find their sisig soggy and swimming in cooking oil. Instead you will get the crisp and tasty bite after bite with none of that overwhelming added flavor that makes this sisig (I dare say) if not the best, one of the best I've tasted so far.

I would've easily given this place 5 stars but sadly what they did explicitly well in their product, they suffer in customer service. Yes, they did serve our meals fast... too fast that the waiter left right away just when we were ordering our drinks. Yes, they served the best but it took 5 frustrating calls before a waiter would come (there were 3 waiters serving only 5 tables then). I don't think their waiters were even trained to smile. They should probably start investing on workshops for Customer service.

Pros:
- Good food
- Quick service
- Reasonably priced

Cons:
- Took awhile for any waiter to take your order
- Service with a smile... NOT.

Then again, if you're really hungry... you wouldn't really care if your server smiles or not, right?

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Marili Anne M.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Sarah B.
5.0 Stars

No doubt! 5 stars!!! Everything we ordered was great especially the sisig and tokwa't baboy!!128525128525

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Ms Y.
5.0 Stars
4

must always stop at this place when traveling Angeles,Pampanga

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Euge H.
3.0 Stars

Still one of the must-visit places to try in Pampanga. Would not raise expectations too high considering the dishes are pretty standard - sisig is Manila-style texture (grainy and dry) but still delicious, the Tokwa't Baboy is fresh but the pork used isn't as compact as I what I had expected it to be and there us a vegetable in there that just does not belong. Sadly, the bangus was also yummy but they don't do boneless so be careful with the spines.

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Jen L.
5.0 Stars
3

Yung wala ka na paki sa healthy eating, lalamon ka na lang ng todo todo 128514

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Chieo O.
5.0 Stars
5

Another night in Pampanga, and we didn't know what to cook or where to eat... Hence a quick dash to Mila's 12852210084128077🏻 Dining in homelike comfort 128522

I like to eat sisig in its simplicity.. And Mila's gives that unadulterated feel that I love..... Without egg, mayonnaise and all those coverups hehehe.... So that you could feel evey bit of crisp from the Sisig...

Their Paco Salad is a fresh start as well! Tokwa't Baboy is thumbs up as well, both having generous servings to share!!!10084

Once a tourist guide told me that Pampanga has a lot of variety of Sisig, maybe 5,6 kinds... I forgot which category Mila's fell in but one thing's for sure, it's surely delicioso!!!12852210084128077🏻127881

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Darlene M.
3.0 Stars
2

We worked up an appetite after waiting and watching the hot air balloons last Valentine's day. Starving, we walked to the nearby mall to see where we can eat. When it was clear that every restaurant was full, we decided to go to try something popular in the province. And that’s how we ended up at Mila’s Tokwa’t Baboy.

It started as a sari-sari store that turned into an eatery in 1986. Their signature dish is of course Tokwa’t Baboy, the recipe of which came from a relative of Milagros Gomez, whom the restaurant was named after.

Based on our quick internet search, Mila’s famous dishes are Sizzling Sisig (Php 200),Chicharong Bulaklak (Php 200) and Paco Salad (Php 150). We ordered all that plus a serving of rice for each person. I’ve read that their version of sisig is made by first boiling the pork meat then deep-fried until roasted. Their version is surely different from others I have tasted. The meat is crunchy and dry, which I liked better than the ones now served in the metro. I liked the Paco Salad which was made of ferns, tomatoes, onions, salted egg, and vinaigrette. It was fresh and worth it for its price.

The food was good but the service was disappointing. They were clearly understaffed that day as there were too many tables that took a long time before it was cleaned up, ours included. We practically had to beg a few times just for a staff to take our order. Based from the influx of people coming in, it is quite famous. They even have a wall showing the famous personalities who have dined in Mila’s. Aside from the service needing improvement, I also was surprised to see the cleanliness and condition of the dining area. Layers of dust have accumulated in the fake plants they have in the corner as well as the old signage and other areas around the dining area.

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Paolo S.
5.0 Stars

When i was told that Mila's was a top 10 restaurant in Pampanga, i did have my initial reservations since the place did seem quite ordinary. But one bite out of that inihaw na hotdog changed everything. In general, i do enjoy inihaw na hotdog very much but theirs is just inexplicable... charred just perfectly and whatever sauce they use, it works!

Then came the chicharon bulaklak, which i'm not normally a fan of, but found myself eating more. Then the inihaw na liempo, and the fern salad, and the tocino barbeque, and the sisig.

Say what? Tocino bbq? Yes! That was really clever and sooo good i might try it at home! And their crispy, crunchy sisig has got to be one of the best out there.

At the end of the meal... BUSOG! was all i could feel in my gut. And the irony of it all was, we enjoyed everything we ordered so much and got so full........ we forgot that we didn't order the tokwa't baboy! 128546 They must have called this place Mila's Tokwa't Baboy for a reason and if everything else was THAT good, i can only imagine how good their specialty could be. Oh well, maybe next time. 128514

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Bodj E.
4.0 Stars

Place is cozy, clean floors and utensils. Service is fast!

We ordered their Sizzling Sisig and Tocino, it was okay and servings are quite adequate.

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Theodore A.
4.0 Stars

Super sarap ang chicharong bulaklak dito! If you haven't been here, try that as well as their tocino barbeque which is so good! Double sin, double good! :) sisig is a bit on the roasted side but still good. The tokwa't baboy is okay :)

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Dominique E.
4.0 Stars

Food was good! We ordered the house specialty, the Tokwa't baboy (fried tofu and pork), and the famous Pampanga Sisig. The tokwa't baboy was interesting. It had this unique sauce topped with celery and onions, which gave a different flavor to the dish (im used to tokwa't baboy being served with soy sauce, vinegar, and onions only), but I liked it! It would be a crime to go to Pampanga and not have sisig! So for the sisig, the nice thing about Aling Mila's is that the pork was shredded/pulled (not chopped) so it had a stringy texture and that there was very little fat (so you don't feel so guilty after hehe). Also, for those that DON'T like the liver, ear, etc that's usually served with sisig, this type of sisig is perfect. And for the price (P200 each), the servings were large! We had them with rice and beer and we were so full after. For the ambiance, dont expect much. It's a cross between a carinderia (sorry, there's no English word for this) and a restaurant. But service is fast. Overall, we were very happy diners. :)

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Julian Paolo P.
5.0 Stars

All time best sisig ever hands down! Super cheap and of course worth the travel to Angeles!

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Julian Paolo P.
5.0 Stars

The best sisig in the Philippines. Ever. Best chicharong bulaklak too. Enough said.

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Kaye B.
5.0 Stars

I can eat here everyday! Chicharon bulaklak, tocino BBQ, dinuguan, tokwa't baboy and sisig FOR THE WIN!!!!

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Theodore A.
4.0 Stars

Sweet, porky, and char-grilled. Filipino ingenuity finds its way again to cooking. No wonder why Pampanga is known as one of the best food places in the country and arguably the world. The tocino barbeque combines two of your Filipino favorites in an instant classic. For less than 20 pesos a stick, this is worth every bite. 128076🏼

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Tinapie P.
5.0 Stars

If you love tocino, you will love their BBQ Tocino even more. Price is worth every bite, Php200 for 12 sticks. Then their super crispy chicharon bulaklak also at Php200 good for 4 persons. The paco salad is quite unusual but good as well. Their sizzling sisig is also one of the best sellers. Mila's Tokwa't Baboy is worth the drive to the north

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Raul C.
5.0 Stars

Pampanga IS indeed a Filipino foodie paradise! This cholesterol laden restaurant Will have you scamper to take your antilipid meds immediately! The chicharon bulaklak is sooo good. Troy their Pako (fern shoots) salad. It Was fresh, light And crunchy!.the tokwa't baboy was something else! Word of caution though, too much of their tasty food increases the chance of having a coronary artery bypass in the years to come.

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Meanne F.
4.0 Stars

You really need to go to Mila's if you're in Angeles. They have the best Crispy Ulo 128525 It's better than their sisig. Best to match it with their Paco (It's a fern like salad with tomatoes, onions and red egg with vinegar & fish sauce)

They have very big servings that's good for 3-4 pax and the food costs about P300 per person, rice and drinks included.

Don't expect too much on the ambiance since it's a really old house converted into a carinderia. If you plan to go there anytime this summer I suggest you grab the table nearest to the fans because it's really warm. But overall, it's worth the trip 128522

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