Toll House reopens bigger flagship restaurant

PAMPANGA. Concepcion sisters of the Toll House Food and Services Inc., along with Angeles Vice Mayor Vicky Vega-Cabigting, re-open the newly renovated Toll House main branch in Angeles City. (Charlene A. Cayabyab)

ANGELES CITY -- Homegrown restaurant Toll House has reopened its main branch featuring a two-story building with bright decors and a homey vibe.

The new Toll House restaurant has two new function halls: the Magdalena Hall that can accommodate up to 60 persons and the Crisostomo Hall that can accommodate up to 200 persons.

The main dining hall can accommodate more than a hundred customers.

According to Toll House Food and Services Inc. president Ma. Remedios Concepcion Romero, the newly re-opened restaurant serves the same all-time favorite of locals and tourists -- their baked macaroni.

Romero said they also included new dishes on the menu including an all-vegetable fried lumpia with vinegar dip.

Toll House opened its first branch in Angeles City in 1988. It started with Romero and her three other sisters vision of offering Filipino comfort food at affordable prices.

Some of their restaurant's specialties include baked macaroni and pancit bihon. They also offer main dishes like adobo and stir fry beef, and cakes at affordable prices.

Other branches of Toll House are at Marquee Mall, Newpoint Mall, SM City Telabastagan and SM City Clark.


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