n.1.(Zool.) Same as Pompano.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The dishes are home-cooked, typical of the coconut-rich food of the region, yet they have been tweaked a little to suit a city slicker's palate, from the escabeche pampano to different native vegetables (sigarilyas, kangkong, to name a few) cooked in coconut milk to the popular lechon kawali and inasal chicken.
Pampano, also operated by Hospitality Development Company (HDC), a fully-owned subsidiary of United Development Company (UDC), the master developer of The Pearl-Qatar, received the "highly commended" certificate in the 'Best South American' category.
In Pangasinan, officials said Mauro Muerong, 75, died after a tree fell on his hut in Barangay Pampano in Mangatarem town Sunday.
His restaurant, Pampano, on The Pearl, Qatar, is making waves as one of the leading eateries in this destination location.
In partnership with the international opera singer Placido Domingo, Sandoval opened "Pampano" Mexican Restaurant at the Pearl in 2010.
At One Rockwell in Rockwell Center, Makati, it has developed a sizeable dining clientele the last few years, drawn to its meats (Muscovado Beef Belly) and fish (Baked Pampano) dishes alike, and todroolover desserts (Cuatro Leche).
Richard Sandoval's showcase at The Pearl, Qatar coincides with the Island's progress in opening a number of world-class restaurants including Pampano, Sandoval's Mexican seafood restaurant.
HDC's Mexican restaurant, Pampano won 'Restaurant of the Year', the restaurant also won in the Best Sea-food category.