Passing through the highway between Pili and Sagñay in Camarines Sur I’ve noticed several paksiwan carinderia patronized by motorists. Curious about what kind of paksiw they have, I decided to have one in a place named Isarog View Paksiwan in Ocampo town. And so it’s not the paksiw I had in mind but it was boiled beef soup or beef nilaga. Just like the nilaga in Bacolod minus the atsuete.


Painted sign with Mt Isarog


Another sign


Mt Isarog as seen from the paksiwan


My delicious paksiw halo (offals included but one can opt with just the meat only) and rice with Mt Isarog view at dusk obscured partially by the motorcycle whose driver went for a paksiw break also



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