Pavilion Mall, MA Roxas Highway, Clark Freeport Zone, Angeles, Pampanga

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Wiljohn M.
4.0 Stars

Spanglish is a mexican restaurant located in Clark. Its a small cozy place located in what seems like a closed down strip mall so there is a big chance you will ignore it. Trying it out proved to be a good decision after all. I sampled the chimichangas, tacos and buffalo wings. The tacos looked kinda cheap bexause it was wrapped in plastic but it tasted good. It did not have the usual taco powder flavor which is a staple in other mexican restos. Plain ground beef and the usual trimming tasted fine. The chimichangas was OK. It had generous portions of beef, cheese, avocado,onions and tomatoes. I just found the wrapper a little thick. The oily taste competed with the flavor of the food. My favorite were the wings. It had a subtle flavor and the spicyness was just right. The skin was crunchy and the meat tender. It complemented the subtle taste of the ranch dip the came with it. This place is worth a try when in Pampanga.

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Mary Love S.
5.0 Stars

Looloo is an amazing app. I find myself relying on the app when I am traveling locally and have no idea where to eat. And last week, Looloo helped me find another great restaurant.

Hello, Spanglish!

After checking in our hotel, R and I went out for lunch to fill our tummies before C’s big day. And since we’re not familiar with the area, I checked Looloo for some recommendations. There were a bunch of Filipino restaurants in the list but the one that caught my attention was Spanglish.

Aside from the high rating, one of my schoolmates reviewed it too saying that it’s a gem in Clark. Convinced, we headed to the Mexican restaurant.

The complex where the restaurant is located looks abandoned with several retail spaces empty. Spanglish was the only area with a lot of customers. And we were lucky to get the last table inside the restaurant. (It was super hot that day!)

We decided to order the following: Chips and Salsa (PHP150), Chicken Quesadilla (PHP310), and Chimichanga Plate with shredded beef (PHP315). R also ordered a glass of House Blend Iced Tea (PHP65) while I got Espresso Triple Thick Milk Shake (PHP240).

First served was R’s iced tea and it was nothing spectacular. I also find it a bit too sweet to quench our thirst.

Chips and salsa was served next and it was quite filling. R and I ate nonstop and after 10 to 15 minutes of munching, the appetizer calmed our grumbling tummies. The pico de gallo was fresh though again, nothing extraordinary.

My Espresso milk shake was dessert and drink combined. It sure was thick and flavorful. I enjoyed it but I need it with a glass of water.

Finally, the mains were served.

We were surprised with the serving size of the dishes as we were told that their dishes are good for one. Well, it was good for one who has a huge appetite. Anyway…

The quesadilla was lovely. I loved that it was filled with chicken bits, cheese and spinach. It was flavorful on its own and it becomes even yummier with pico de gallo and Spanglish’s green sauce (which was the milder version of the “red jelly” sauce).

I also loved the chimichanga. Each bite was packed with shredded flavorful beef and cheese. I also loved the play of texture—crunchy wraps, mushy pinto beans, smooth cheese and tender beef. It was also delightful to eat it with pico de gallo, olives, and Mexican rice for additional flavor.

Overall, it was a great experience. The only downside was the annoying flies circling around our food. I hope Spanglish decides to open a branch or two in Manila.

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Rochelle S.
5.0 Stars

My friend and I ate there it was my first time.. We ordered the Spanglish salad and the chimichanga the food is delicious and the service is good worth it to go there from subic128522128523

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Dominique E.
5.0 Stars

The food was absolutely delicious! Definitely value for money! We had the Nachos supreme (they were so generous with the toppings that when we were done with the chips, there was leftover toppings in the basket!), the Chimichanga Plate (shredded beef) with Mexican rice, and a chocolate Triple Thick Milk Shake. The food itself isn't that spicy, but they have great hot sauce options (mild and extra hot), so you can adjust the spiciness to your taste. To top it all off, the restaurant interiors are colorful yet homey and the service is great! If you are in Pampanga, you should definitely pass by Spanglish.

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Ryan R.
5.0 Stars

Let me be the first to say..... It's nothing like the movie. =P

So I'm not saying I know Mexican food because I've been to Mexico. I'm not saying I know Mexican food because I've had Mexican ex-girlfriends that fed me authentic Mexican food at their family's houses. Or even the fact I've seen La Bamba eleventeen bajillion times holds no relevance to this review. But darn, that's a good burrito essayyyyyyyy.

This is my second time here, meaning the first impression was good enough, obviously. This time I had to try the burrito. It's a small menu, but all the menu items are well detailed and hold a special place in my heart, sometimes my arteries. You have a choice of chicken, beef, pork, and seafood of some sort which I can't remember because... I just can't. You can order this bad boy wet or dry. So after all the wet jokes were made, I ordered the wet chicken. Lol.... The wet chicken. As seen in the photo, it has sauce all over the top. I couldn't hold it like a normal burrito. Actually, I could have held it if I was 2 years old and didn't know better but I'm like 30'ish now so that would be embarrassing. Anyways, I tried my best to dissect this thing with a fork but it was just so darn wet. I ordered a side of guacamole for kicks but to be honest I could have lived without it today so it won't happen again and I won't say why because mystery is the essence of imagination. That, and it wouldn't be fair to dock the guac.

Back to the burrito... It's a mid sized dish, though I can easily say it's the biggest burrito I've ever seen in the Philippines which isn't saying much but it will make the average pinoy full. I wasn't full. But I was happy. It tasted good and didn't make me feel like a loser. That and the service, cleanliness, and overall experience gets the 5 farts from me. I mean 5 stars, darn auto correct.

Good restaurant ambience, friendly staff, lots of parking especially at dinner time, and..... No bathrooms inside but there's a public one outside. Um.... Mexican restaurant and bathroom... 'Nuff said.

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Mayen D.
5.0 Stars

the best burrito and salad in pampanga. affordable and maganda service nila. a must try in pampanga.

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Joel L.
4.0 Stars

Very decent Mexican restaurant in the middle of Clark Airbase. We ordered fajitas, quesadillas, buffalo wings, nachos and burritos. Everything was good (or we were just really hungry) except the burrito which was mostly rice. I deducted one point because they added 3% on top of the bill as "transaction charge". Bad. Okay, before I could post this review the manager gave back the 3% - which I did not take but left as tip. Sige back to 4 stars. =)

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Maureen L.
4.0 Stars

Something new in Clark Freeport. Had their burrito and chocolate milkshake for merienda. Although the burrito needed more steak in the filling, the taste was ok. The milkshake on the other hand, was perfect for the hot weather! 128077

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