Apparently, Camp Pares DGP has been taking Dagupan City by storm in the last few months! Now that the best pares in town is finally here, people mob the place everyday to get a taste of the pares.
As a locally born Dagupena, One of the things I love about Camp Pares is the price range of their food. It is surprisingly very affordable for its quality! This is why people love the restaurant because you can enjoy a meal that is within the average budget.
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About Camp Pares
To give you a bit of information, Camp Pares was established last 3rd of June in 2022 by Tameka and Kait. They started in a small space located in Bonjour, Tapuac and now there are currently 2 store locations! Camp Pares continues to create new innovative dish on their menu so there is a good reason to keep coming back.
Location, Operating Hours And How To Get There?
As of today (March 2023), there are 2 Camp Pares locations in Dagupan City.
Location 1: Bonjour, Tapuac (4PM – 12AM)
Where it all started! The very first location of Camp Pares is in Tapuac, beside Total Gas Station. What I personally love about this location and why I keep coming back is because it is outdoors. It gives me a better feel of Dagupan streets at night.
How to get there? From Dagupan bus terminals, there are tricycles available that can take you to Camp Pares in Tapuac. Just tell them you are going to Bonjour beside Total gas station. Fare is Php20.00 for the whole tricycle.
Location 2: Perez Boulevard (24/7 Branch)
The 2nd location of Camp Pares is located in Perez Boulevard across Dagupan Bus Terminal. This location is very convenient to people traveling to and from Manila/Baguio because the proximity from the bus station is just walking distance. Moreover, the Perez Boulevard location is a 2 storey airconditioned restaurant.
How to get there? This location is walking distance from Solid North and Victory Liner bus station. If you are coming from the city proper, ride a jeepney with Downtown signage and tell the driver you are going to Victory Liner.
Best-Selling Food On The Menu!
Pick from their Pares Supreme and Camp Silog for the recommended and best-selling food on the menu!
Camp Pares DGP’s Pares Supreme
The OG menu! What I so love about their pares is that it goes with a crunchy chicharon bulaklak. Truth be told, I am not a fan of pares and I actually don’t like this food. But upon tasting Camp Pares’ version, it made me go back so many times I lose count! Now I can say, Dagupan is no longer just about bangus dish.
Another best selling and must try on the menu is the Camp Silog. It consists of fried rice, sunny side up egg, boneless fried chicken, lechon kawali and camp sisig! For only Php179.99 you’ll get all of that!
New Must Try Food
I’ve mentioned earlier that Camp Pares continues to create new innovative dish every now and then. Which is why it hasn’t been a year since they started, there are already new meals for you to try! If you are not on the mood for pares, try their silog meals or soup meals like pork sinigang and batchoy.
I highly recommend batchoy! Short story, whenever I’m sick I would usually ask my partner to buy me a takeout batchoy soup from Camp Pares. Love it so much! It eases my colds and fever.
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