Some people call it ‘the home of the best baked macaroni in town‘. While some would consider Tollhouse as the ‘home of comfort food‘ in Pampanga. Either way, dining at Tollhouse always feels like coming home to a warm and cozy country house with delectable food waiting on the table.
Tollhouse was opened back in February 1988 with a 25-seater dining room. Their specialty back then was Pancit Palabok, a house specialty. Much to their surprise though, clients kept coming back for another dish which was their very own version of Baked Macaroni. Through word of mouth alone, their clientele grew. Now on its 28th year of operation, it has become a landmark for good food and warm service in Angeles City.
The traditional country home facade, with high ceiling, bright lights, wooden table and chairs, and adorable wall accents are carried throughout their 4 branches in Angeles City. You can’t miss Tollhouse if you’re looking for it in the mall because of this signature look. It is one of the few restaurants that really makes you feel like you’re coming home instead of eating out in a regular diner.
To match their homey ambiance, their menu consists of mostly comfort food that we all love to eat anytime of the year. These dishes are based on their very own home recipes as well. Food that the owners grew up cooking and eating at home. So you are kind of sharing a piece of a family tradition whenever you dine at Tollhouse.
Aside from their regular menu, they also have a wide array of ready-made cakes for any occasion. So when dining at Tollhouse, these are some of the dishes you shouldn’t miss!
Tollhouse has a total of 4 branches to date. The main branch is located in Angeles City, a few steps away from the Holy Angel University. Other branches are located in the ground floor of Marquee Mall, ground floor of SM City Clark, and second floor of New Point Mall, Angeles City.