OUR HISTORY A once abandoned old residence in one of the main streets of Cabanatuan City was transformed into an elegant and stylish restaurant in over a year. Bit by bit, piece by piece, each and every detail of VICENTICO’s was put into perfection. Named after the patriarch, Engr. Jose Vicente “Tico” Salazar Jr., it was catchy, different and gave the restaurant a unique tang of class and stature, indeed the perfect name for the perfect family restaurant. After a decade of offering a vast array of menu options that suit all palets and budget, made this the restaurant to go to for exceptional creativity and mouth watering native dishes, and thus propelled Vicentico’s into the spotlight. Now Hapag Vicentico’s, “Ang Hapag kainan ng bawat Novo Ecijano”, Vicentico’s is the only Hapag kainan in the province that has the ability and facility to provide an all inclusive Pinoy style dining experience. Hapag Vicentico’s is passionate to provide personal, professional and hands on services with its good food, great service and unforgettable experiences the Pinoy way. OUR VISION Hapag Vicentico’s is passionate to make its products and services more accessible to its clients, determined to become highly competitive in the food and catering business, and strong minded in the betterment of all its “kapamilya”. OUR MISSION We, at Hapag Vicentico’s is Committed to offer a vast array of menu options to suit all palets, budget and dietary requirements in a sophisticated ranged of services by providing one of a kind dining experience with its intricate interiors and timeless collections.

2 Comments to “About”

  1. Father Vic dela Cruz

    Hi, I’m visiting Nueva Ecija from the USA soon and would like to visit your place with some friends. I’ve heard about your restaurant from some friends in Manila. I checked your website but can’t seem to find your location, address, directions and contact information. Perhaps you have it somewhere in your site, I just can’t find it. Perhaps you may want to add this in your “Home” button that’s easily found. Thanks.

  2. Magkano po ang 100 packs? Per head po ba?

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