Marquee Residences amidst the Angeles Pampanga night sky
Marquee Residences is part of the integrated Ayala Land's Alveo development – Marquee, positioned to be the signature address in Angeles City, Pampanga. Marquee is the lifestyle destination of the region. Marquee Residences is a two building structure, featuring one, two and three bedroom units suited to cater the condominium dwellers of the region, from the upwardly mobile achievers to the modern, sophisticated families of the north.
Location of Marquee Residences
Marquee Residences is easily accessible from Metro Manila via NLEX (North Luzon Expressway). Only right by Angeles Exit, Marquee Residences is directly across Marquee mall and just a 10-minute drive from Clark, Pampanga's commercial district. Also nearby are other educational institutions such as: Holy Family Academy, Holy Angel University, Westfields International School, University of the Philippines – Clark, Republic Central College and STI College; government institutions such as: Angeles City Hall, Philhealth and Social Security Services; commercial establishments such as: Marquee Mall, SM, Robinson's, Jenra, Saver's and Nepo Malls.
Located in Marquee, Ayala Land's First integrated city development in the north
Across Marquee Mall
The next big thing after Marquee Place
Positioned at the gateway to the North, via SCTEX and NLEX.
"I always tell the team, 'let's do something we have never done before,'" says Rowena Tomeldan, Ayala Land vice president and head of Operations and Support Services, Commercial Business Group.
One of the new concepts from Ayala Malls is "Big Bite! The Northern Food Festival" from October 18-20 at MarQuee Park, Angeles City. Big Bite is a food festival that will showcase the cuisines of Pampanga, Bulacan, Ilocos, Baguio, Tarlac, Nueva Ecija, Zambales, Bataan, Pangasinan, Cagayan and La Union.
Tibok-tibok from Susie's, buko pandan and siomai from Nathaniel's, baked macaroni from Toll House, halo halo from Kabigting's, and tocino from Pampanga's Best are only some of the delicacies to be featured in Big Bite.
"Filipinos love to eat. We talk about food even while we are eating," says Tomeldan.
Big Bite will also have a cook-off among culinary schools. Philippine Women's University, System's Plus College, Angeles University Foundation, NorthPoint Culinary Academy and Bulacan State University will go head to head in an unforgettable cooking competition every day during the food festival from 3:00-5:00PM. In three days of competition, find out which school will be crowned the first Big Bite! Culinary Cook Off champion.
Chefs, cooks and culinary legends like Lilian Borromeo, Sabrina Artadi, Sau del Rosario and Rolando Laudico will hold cooking demonstrations during the event.
Pampanga is considered the food capital of Luzon. When you meet a person from Pampanga, you normally assume that he or she knows good food. Pampanga is considered the birthplace of sisig, a savory and sometimes spicy dish of mixed pork parts served on a sizzling plate. Angeles City, in particular, has been called the "Sisig Capital of the Philippines" by the Department of Tourism. It is the city from which sisig was first invented by Lucia Cunanan, proprietor of Aling Lucing's restaurant. Pampanga also lays claim to the origins of every Filipino family's favorite: kare-kare (beef, oxtail, beef tripe and vegetables in ground peanuts and/or peanut butter stew with shrimp paste on the side). Over the years, variations of the dish have emerged such as chicken, fish, goat, seafood and even vegetarian kare-kare. Some cooks also insist that kare-kare is still best cooked in a palayok (clay pot).
Kapampangan cuisine is characterized as Filipino food with a mix of Spanish, Mexican and Malay influences. Food is usually prepared in a lengthy and often laborious process, but the results are always especially scrumptious. The province's richness in rice, corn, sugar cane, tilapia and other produce has made a wide array of ingredients available to every cook.
MarQuee the "it" place for shopping, dining and entertainment is just a quick turn from the North Luzon Expressway in Angeles City, Pampanga. Opened since 2009, MarQuee Mall is everybody's favorite gathering place and easily accessible from Manila and other points of Luzon through NLEX.
There will be a family heirloom recipe contest where people can share their favorite recipes handed down from different generations. Contest is open to legal residents of CAR, Region I, Region II and Region III. Entries will be entertained on Friday, October 18, 2013, 7:00AM –10:00 at the MarQuee Park. The best recipe wins P20,000! As for the big eaters, everyone is welcome to join the food eating contests at Big Bite! Festival-goers will also be delighted with live entertainment nightly.
MarQuee Mall's Big Bite! The Northern Food Festival is staged in partnership with the Department of Tourism, Department of Trade and Industry, Manila North Tollways Corporation, Asian Food Channel, Cignal Digital TV and Mercato Centrale Group.
Source:Manila Standard Today
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