Immerse yourself in a one-of-a-kind food experience. You can treat your palate
to a steamy bowl of pinakbet or a binungey topped with sugar in one of the
carinderias or native delicacy stores through the city. Wherever you go, the
food on the table of an Alaminos household reflects the richness of its
resources and the creative culinary skills of its people. The mastery of the
traditional and original recipe for delicacies and dishes has been passed down
by culinary masters, adding to the gastronomic powerhouse of the city.
Never pass on a chance to taste the seafood offered to you. Seafood cooking has
reached a higher level of sumptuousness here, especially in the restaurants
dotting the wharf. And your food pilgrimage will never be complete until you
grab a bite of any of the native cakes sold abundantly in the city market.
In the past few years, the traditional Alaminos kitchen has welcomed
innovations, without losing its distinctiveness. These innovations further
enhanced the delectability of its dishes. One more interesting thing about
Alaminos cooking is its ‘melting pot’ quality. The exotic and the familiar mix
in perfect harmony during any mealtime. No dish is exclusive; it is savored not
by the amount of money in one’s pocket but by the unique taste of the diner.