After beaching the whole day at Canyon Cove in Nasugbu, Batangas, we had a stopover dinner at Pamana. It has been featured in lifestyle sections of newspapers and I know that its interior will be vintage themed. But I was in awe, when I saw the Pamana building from the outside.
I loved how the building looked that night, the white paint complements the glass windows with the chandeliers hanging and with lights on. It’s another story when I stepped inside.
The lobby had a mini shop, a lot of cute novelties such as the mini wooden guitar on the center table. There are also some quirky items like the lying girl tape dispenser. There were also tons of vintage plates and serving dishes all over. They also sell food items like sampaloc just near the counter.
Some features from magazines are also blown up and posted on one side of the room.
Cute miniatures of old typewriters and sewing machines adorn the cashier’s countertop. Little somethings that make a big difference.
Also on display is an award by Philippine Tatler for being one of the best restaurants for 2014. Hmmm, we’ll take on that after dinner.
Past through the counter and you will see memorabilias and vintage items that adore the sitting area. There’s that old camera hanging, so cool right?
Now, that’s only the ground floor. Adorning the walls of the stairs is another set of old photos and memorabilias from before and after.
That colored piece of old wood made a nice accent on the door to the balcony.
On a corner, old family photos and vintage items from the past.
An old wooden rocking horse made a nice background on our table.
Our table is also nice. A long white lacey runner in the middle, with different colored plates set. The chairs are also magnificent.
Now, let’s get to the food.
The menu stuck to its theme. It bears an old picture of the owner’s mother, Ms Liberty Ilagan on its front page.