Great food good value for money. But you need to come early if you want to buy their famous half moon cake and napoleones or make an advance order.
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We went to Pendy’s for breakfast because they open early. It looked like a fine dining restaurant. Service was a bit slow. We need to call the waiter for water refill which should not be the case. Food is quite expensive. Pasalubong can be bought...More
I was surprised when Pendy's moved to a new location (the old one was a lot better). I was told the lease expired and the owner wanted to out another restaurant. We've always visited a Pendy's for breakfast and pasalubong stuff (napoleones). Hopefully they can...More
I tried the Pendys sanwich. The ham inside is great, its like the best ham served during christmas. The sandwich has melted creamy cheese on top of it and its like a creamy cheesy blanketing the bread. Also tried the the pork dinuguan. One of...More
Food is good. Try their beef cansi, quite tasty yummy. Restaurant is quite dated. Frequented by the older local folks. Atmosphere is informal.
Great foods and ambiance. I love their burger and deserts. cheap pasalubongs. good service. clean place.
When you say Pendy's, the first thing that pops to mind is: HALF MOON! That delectable yellow half moon-shaped pastry that melts in your mouth will surely make you come back for more! Pendy's has been there since around late 1970's and food here is...More