In 1966, before Batangas City received its charter as a city, Ma. Luisa Borbon Uy began serving food at the A&M Kitchenette.
Located in the burgeoning city’s main thoroughfares, the little eatery fed Batangueños hungry for somewhere to eat delicious, warm home cooked meals.
Fifty years later, generations of Batangas City’s residents and visitors have filled their stomachs with scrumptious meals and their minds with warm memories.
A&M Village Restaurant may have moved away from the city’s Poblacion but its present location has its quiet charm and homier atmosphere. Easier parking, too – that’s always nice!
Bring your family, your friends, your co-workers your guests, or just yourself for a nice casual meal. Have a memorable party for that special occasion. Have a business meeting and raise morale with some yummy favorites.
It’s just great food.
Make A&M Village Restaurant your home away from home.