A quick food trip was organized by the team , while we are covering the Missionaries of Charity event.
Out team arrived a little early at the site and we decided to eat a morning breakfast at the restaurant a few meters away.
The restaurant was formerly called Kainan Kay Tita Tess but was renamed Lola Seseng. The restaurant specialties includes kakanins and dishes from Pampanga province. The family hails from Minalin town.
The restaurant is about 20 years -old and that people within Tayuman , Tondo, Santa Cruz and nearby areas would come and eat .
It had a quaint rustic ambiance with some semi-vintage decor items . The restaurant also offers buro and other famous Kapampangan dishes.
ukelele hung on the wall of the restaurant serves as a decor and those items are also for sale.
Mr. Ramon Avorque -Vice President of Manila Times
menu and prices : palabok Php 35, fresh lumpia Php 35 and fried ubod Php 15
The quaint restaurant had about 40 to 50 sitting capacity, offering home cooked meals, party foods , packed meals and catering services.
different kinds of viands
fried rice and longganisa
I have bought 1 order fried rice and 1 longganisa worth Php 45 .00
The group also got an opportunity to talk with Lola Seseng. She is the culinary icon and manages the restaurant.
There is also an active Lola Seseng Fb Page
Address: 842 Tayuman Street, Tondo , Manila
Operation Hours: 7:00 am to 9:00 pm
Contact Person : Maricel Maniego
Contact : 252-8850 or 255-0817