Pampanga Master Grill: Filipino Restaurant

Pampanga Master Grill – Closed Due to Fire

Address: 231 South Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90004
Phone: (213) 381-1180
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Pampanga Grill is a Filipino restaurant in a corner of the strip mall on the northwest corner of 3rd & Vermont, in what can be considered North Koreatown.

It is named after the province of Pampanga, which is highly regarded in the Philippines for its culinary traditions.

Typical dishes for lunch: sinigang na manok, pinakbet, menudo, igado, chicken estofado, pork adobo, lechon kawali, tortang talong, tortang silverfish, fried bangus, grilled milkfish, tilapia fish with coconut milk, turon, biko, laing

The menu does change daily.

Breakfast items usually available include tocino, longganisa, daing-silog, bangsilog, tuyosilog… Availability is subject to change.

Open everyday from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm. It’s basically leftover food from lunch towards the end of the day.

Does business on Labor Day.

* Fire took out the adjacent restaurant Bakkung 2 in late March 2020. Coincidentally, the Island Pacific branch on Pampanga Grill’s other side also burned down in a fire in January 2018.

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