March 30, 2017

Side Street Eateries in Vigan for an Authentic Ilocano Food Trip

Find the best food stops in Vigan City’s corners and side streets.
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Vigan City is famous not just because of its cultural heritage and Spanish style houses but also because of the rich Ilocano cuisine, ranging from simple vegetable dishes such as the pinakbet to tourist favorites bagnet (deep fried crispy pork belly) and longganisa (Filipino-style sausages).

Many restaurants and eateries in this heritage city offer a wide selection of meals and Vigan food products, but those at the city corners deserve our attention. Here are just a few of those that give both locals and tourists an authentic Vigan food trip feel.


Kusina de Kenyong


Price range: PhP100 to 200 per person


Vigan food trip

Kusina de Kenyong gives you that heritage city feel. (Image: Kusina de Kenyong)


Proclaimed as the home of the smallest and biggest burger in the country, Kusina de Kenyong’s menu is a mix of old favorites and new inventions. The restaurant offers rice meals and viands such as bagnet kare-kare and pork sisig to pasta dishes and burger varieties. Their smallest burgers are priced at PhP99 for a set of five. A challenge is also being given by the restaurant for those who can eat the biggest burger in less than 15 minutes.

How to get there:
Coming from Calle Crisologo, turn right to Salcedo St. It is two blocks away from Calle Crisologo.


Hidden Garden Lilong and Lilang Restaurant


Price range: PhP150 per person


Vigan food trip

A nice spot to while away the time before or after a good meal


Diners can build their appetite before eating at the Hidden Garden Lilong and Lilang Restaurant because they are first treated to a tour inside the Hidden Garden. Guides are available to direct the guests on where they should turn. At the end of the garden is the dining area.

The restaurant offers rice meals as well as snacks and local delicacies. They also have fresh fruit shakes from the local fruits available during the season. Specialties include sinigang na bagnet, bagnet sisig, and poqui-poqui or mashed eggplant with egg and tomatoes.

How to get there:
For private vehicles, the exact location of Hidden Garden Lilong and Lilang Restaurant is at Brgy. Bulala, Vigan City. From Quezon Avenue, turn right to Liberation Blvd until you reach the Pagburnayan, where the clay vases are made. Follow Katipunan St. passing the tobacco redrying plant and Immaculate Conception Minor Seminary until you see the arc of Brgy. Bulala. Turn right to reach Hidden Garden.


Find more restaurants to explore in Vigan in our Dining & Leisure list or browse the ShoppersGuide Directory for specific restaurants.


Café Uno


Price range: PhP45-P145


Vigan food trip

The interior of Café Uno offers the same vibe of the tourist spot Calle Crisologo with its cobblestones. (Image: Café Uno)


Café Uno is located near Calle Crisologo. The café is part of Grandpa’s Inn’s line of eateries in its vicinity including Kusina Felicitas and Uno Grille. The café offers pasta, sandwiches, cakes, and coffee. Those who want to eat Ilocano dishes offered by Kusina Felicitas or grilled viands from Uno Grille can still do so because Café Uno gives guests the menu from all the restaurants.

How to get there:
From Calle Crisologo, turn left to Bonifacio St. Café Uno is near the lobby of Grandpa’s Inn, located at the corner of Bonifacio St. and Quirino Blvd.


Panganan Ken Ihawan Toy Ciudad Vigan


Price range: PhP50 to PhP80 per person


Vigan food trip

The eatery is also a local hang-out. (Image: Writer [L]; Mala Tubs [R])


Translated, the name of this eatery is “restaurant and grill in the city of Vigan.” It offers a number of Filipino and Ilocano vegetable and meat dishes. The place is cafeteria-like as diners would have to line up with trays in hand and pick the dish that they want to eat. During lunch time, the place can get pretty crowded as it is also a local hang-out. The locals call it by its former name Gaizel’s.

How to get there:
From Quezon Avenue, turn right to Bonifacio St. The eatery is at the corner of Bonifacio St. and Rizal St. Parking can be a problem during lunch time so riding a tricycle might be an option.


Click the store names to see their exact addresses and contact numbers.

Prices may change without prior notice.

Zofia Leal

Zofia is from Quezon City and presently residing in Bantay, Ilocos Sur, the town near Vigan City. As an outsider who has adopted Bantay as her hometown, she feels like a perpetual tourist in the Ilocos region, always looking for places to go to and activities to do.

Zofia Leal

Zofia is from Quezon City and presently residing in Bantay, Ilocos Sur, the town near Vigan City. As an outsider who has adopted Bantay as her hometown, she feels like a perpetual tourist in the Ilocos region, always looking for places to go to and activities to do.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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March 30, 2017

Side Street Eateries in Vigan for an Authentic Ilocano Food Trip

Find the best food stops in Vigan City’s corners and side streets.

Vigan City is famous not just because of its cultural heritage and Spanish style houses but also because of the rich Ilocano cuisine, ranging from simple vegetable dishes such as the pinakbet to tourist favorites bagnet (deep fried crispy pork belly) and longganisa (Filipino-style sausages).

Many restaurants and eateries in this heritage city offer a wide selection of meals and Vigan food products, but those at the city corners deserve our attention. Here are just a few of those that give both locals and tourists an authentic Vigan food trip feel.


Kusina de Kenyong


Price range: PhP100 to 200 per person


Vigan food trip

Kusina de Kenyong gives you that heritage city feel. (Image: Kusina de Kenyong)


Proclaimed as the home of the smallest and biggest burger in the country, Kusina de Kenyong’s menu is a mix of old favorites and new inventions. The restaurant offers rice meals and viands such as bagnet kare-kare and pork sisig to pasta dishes and burger varieties. Their smallest burgers are priced at PhP99 for a set of five. A challenge is also being given by the restaurant for those who can eat the biggest burger in less than 15 minutes.

How to get there:
Coming from Calle Crisologo, turn right to Salcedo St. It is two blocks away from Calle Crisologo.


Hidden Garden Lilong and Lilang Restaurant


Price range: PhP150 per person


Vigan food trip

A nice spot to while away the time before or after a good meal


Diners can build their appetite before eating at the Hidden Garden Lilong and Lilang Restaurant because they are first treated to a tour inside the Hidden Garden. Guides are available to direct the guests on where they should turn. At the end of the garden is the dining area.

The restaurant offers rice meals as well as snacks and local delicacies. They also have fresh fruit shakes from the local fruits available during the season. Specialties include sinigang na bagnet, bagnet sisig, and poqui-poqui or mashed eggplant with egg and tomatoes.

How to get there:
For private vehicles, the exact location of Hidden Garden Lilong and Lilang Restaurant is at Brgy. Bulala, Vigan City. From Quezon Avenue, turn right to Liberation Blvd until you reach the Pagburnayan, where the clay vases are made. Follow Katipunan St. passing the tobacco redrying plant and Immaculate Conception Minor Seminary until you see the arc of Brgy. Bulala. Turn right to reach Hidden Garden.


Find more restaurants to explore in Vigan in our Dining & Leisure list or browse the ShoppersGuide Directory for specific restaurants.


Café Uno


Price range: PhP45-P145


Vigan food trip

The interior of Café Uno offers the same vibe of the tourist spot Calle Crisologo with its cobblestones. (Image: Café Uno)


Café Uno is located near Calle Crisologo. The café is part of Grandpa’s Inn’s line of eateries in its vicinity including Kusina Felicitas and Uno Grille. The café offers pasta, sandwiches, cakes, and coffee. Those who want to eat Ilocano dishes offered by Kusina Felicitas or grilled viands from Uno Grille can still do so because Café Uno gives guests the menu from all the restaurants.

How to get there:
From Calle Crisologo, turn left to Bonifacio St. Café Uno is near the lobby of Grandpa’s Inn, located at the corner of Bonifacio St. and Quirino Blvd.


Panganan Ken Ihawan Toy Ciudad Vigan


Price range: PhP50 to PhP80 per person


Vigan food trip

The eatery is also a local hang-out. (Image: Writer [L]; Mala Tubs [R])


Translated, the name of this eatery is “restaurant and grill in the city of Vigan.” It offers a number of Filipino and Ilocano vegetable and meat dishes. The place is cafeteria-like as diners would have to line up with trays in hand and pick the dish that they want to eat. During lunch time, the place can get pretty crowded as it is also a local hang-out. The locals call it by its former name Gaizel’s.

How to get there:
From Quezon Avenue, turn right to Bonifacio St. The eatery is at the corner of Bonifacio St. and Rizal St. Parking can be a problem during lunch time so riding a tricycle might be an option.


Click the store names to see their exact addresses and contact numbers.

Prices may change without prior notice.

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Zofia Leal

Zofia is from Quezon City and presently residing in Bantay, Ilocos Sur, the town near Vigan City. As an outsider who has adopted Bantay as her hometown, she feels like a perpetual tourist in the Ilocos region, always looking for places to go to and activities to do.

Zofia Leal

Zofia is from Quezon City and presently residing in Bantay, Ilocos Sur, the town near Vigan City. As an outsider who has adopted Bantay as her hometown, she feels like a perpetual tourist in the Ilocos region, always looking for places to go to and activities to do.

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Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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March 30, 2017

Side Street Eateries in Vigan for an Authentic Ilocano Food Trip

Find the best food stops in Vigan City’s corners and side streets.
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Vigan City is famous not just because of its cultural heritage and Spanish style houses but also because of the rich Ilocano cuisine, ranging from simple vegetable dishes such as the pinakbet to tourist favorites bagnet (deep fried crispy pork belly) and longganisa (Filipino-style sausages).

Many restaurants and eateries in this heritage city offer a wide selection of meals and Vigan food products, but those at the city corners deserve our attention. Here are just a few of those that give both locals and tourists an authentic Vigan food trip feel.


Kusina de Kenyong


Price range: PhP100 to 200 per person


Vigan food trip

Kusina de Kenyong gives you that heritage city feel. (Image: Kusina de Kenyong)


Proclaimed as the home of the smallest and biggest burger in the country, Kusina de Kenyong’s menu is a mix of old favorites and new inventions. The restaurant offers rice meals and viands such as bagnet kare-kare and pork sisig to pasta dishes and burger varieties. Their smallest burgers are priced at PhP99 for a set of five. A challenge is also being given by the restaurant for those who can eat the biggest burger in less than 15 minutes.

How to get there:
Coming from Calle Crisologo, turn right to Salcedo St. It is two blocks away from Calle Crisologo.


Hidden Garden Lilong and Lilang Restaurant


Price range: PhP150 per person


Vigan food trip

A nice spot to while away the time before or after a good meal


Diners can build their appetite before eating at the Hidden Garden Lilong and Lilang Restaurant because they are first treated to a tour inside the Hidden Garden. Guides are available to direct the guests on where they should turn. At the end of the garden is the dining area.

The restaurant offers rice meals as well as snacks and local delicacies. They also have fresh fruit shakes from the local fruits available during the season. Specialties include sinigang na bagnet, bagnet sisig, and poqui-poqui or mashed eggplant with egg and tomatoes.

How to get there:
For private vehicles, the exact location of Hidden Garden Lilong and Lilang Restaurant is at Brgy. Bulala, Vigan City. From Quezon Avenue, turn right to Liberation Blvd until you reach the Pagburnayan, where the clay vases are made. Follow Katipunan St. passing the tobacco redrying plant and Immaculate Conception Minor Seminary until you see the arc of Brgy. Bulala. Turn right to reach Hidden Garden.


Find more restaurants to explore in Vigan in our Dining & Leisure list or browse the ShoppersGuide Directory for specific restaurants.


Café Uno


Price range: PhP45-P145


Vigan food trip

The interior of Café Uno offers the same vibe of the tourist spot Calle Crisologo with its cobblestones. (Image: Café Uno)


Café Uno is located near Calle Crisologo. The café is part of Grandpa’s Inn’s line of eateries in its vicinity including Kusina Felicitas and Uno Grille. The café offers pasta, sandwiches, cakes, and coffee. Those who want to eat Ilocano dishes offered by Kusina Felicitas or grilled viands from Uno Grille can still do so because Café Uno gives guests the menu from all the restaurants.

How to get there:
From Calle Crisologo, turn left to Bonifacio St. Café Uno is near the lobby of Grandpa’s Inn, located at the corner of Bonifacio St. and Quirino Blvd.


Panganan Ken Ihawan Toy Ciudad Vigan


Price range: PhP50 to PhP80 per person


Vigan food trip

The eatery is also a local hang-out. (Image: Writer [L]; Mala Tubs [R])


Translated, the name of this eatery is “restaurant and grill in the city of Vigan.” It offers a number of Filipino and Ilocano vegetable and meat dishes. The place is cafeteria-like as diners would have to line up with trays in hand and pick the dish that they want to eat. During lunch time, the place can get pretty crowded as it is also a local hang-out. The locals call it by its former name Gaizel’s.

How to get there:
From Quezon Avenue, turn right to Bonifacio St. The eatery is at the corner of Bonifacio St. and Rizal St. Parking can be a problem during lunch time so riding a tricycle might be an option.


Click the store names to see their exact addresses and contact numbers.

Prices may change without prior notice.

Zofia Leal

Zofia is from Quezon City and presently residing in Bantay, Ilocos Sur, the town near Vigan City. As an outsider who has adopted Bantay as her hometown, she feels like a perpetual tourist in the Ilocos region, always looking for places to go to and activities to do.

Zofia Leal

Zofia is from Quezon City and presently residing in Bantay, Ilocos Sur, the town near Vigan City. As an outsider who has adopted Bantay as her hometown, she feels like a perpetual tourist in the Ilocos region, always looking for places to go to and activities to do.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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March 30, 2017

Side Street Eateries in Vigan for an Authentic Ilocano Food Trip

Find the best food stops in Vigan City’s corners and side streets.

Vigan City is famous not just because of its cultural heritage and Spanish style houses but also because of the rich Ilocano cuisine, ranging from simple vegetable dishes such as the pinakbet to tourist favorites bagnet (deep fried crispy pork belly) and longganisa (Filipino-style sausages).

Many restaurants and eateries in this heritage city offer a wide selection of meals and Vigan food products, but those at the city corners deserve our attention. Here are just a few of those that give both locals and tourists an authentic Vigan food trip feel.


Kusina de Kenyong


Price range: PhP100 to 200 per person


Vigan food trip

Kusina de Kenyong gives you that heritage city feel. (Image: Kusina de Kenyong)


Proclaimed as the home of the smallest and biggest burger in the country, Kusina de Kenyong’s menu is a mix of old favorites and new inventions. The restaurant offers rice meals and viands such as bagnet kare-kare and pork sisig to pasta dishes and burger varieties. Their smallest burgers are priced at PhP99 for a set of five. A challenge is also being given by the restaurant for those who can eat the biggest burger in less than 15 minutes.

How to get there:
Coming from Calle Crisologo, turn right to Salcedo St. It is two blocks away from Calle Crisologo.


Hidden Garden Lilong and Lilang Restaurant


Price range: PhP150 per person


Vigan food trip

A nice spot to while away the time before or after a good meal


Diners can build their appetite before eating at the Hidden Garden Lilong and Lilang Restaurant because they are first treated to a tour inside the Hidden Garden. Guides are available to direct the guests on where they should turn. At the end of the garden is the dining area.

The restaurant offers rice meals as well as snacks and local delicacies. They also have fresh fruit shakes from the local fruits available during the season. Specialties include sinigang na bagnet, bagnet sisig, and poqui-poqui or mashed eggplant with egg and tomatoes.

How to get there:
For private vehicles, the exact location of Hidden Garden Lilong and Lilang Restaurant is at Brgy. Bulala, Vigan City. From Quezon Avenue, turn right to Liberation Blvd until you reach the Pagburnayan, where the clay vases are made. Follow Katipunan St. passing the tobacco redrying plant and Immaculate Conception Minor Seminary until you see the arc of Brgy. Bulala. Turn right to reach Hidden Garden.


Find more restaurants to explore in Vigan in our Dining & Leisure list or browse the ShoppersGuide Directory for specific restaurants.


Café Uno


Price range: PhP45-P145


Vigan food trip

The interior of Café Uno offers the same vibe of the tourist spot Calle Crisologo with its cobblestones. (Image: Café Uno)


Café Uno is located near Calle Crisologo. The café is part of Grandpa’s Inn’s line of eateries in its vicinity including Kusina Felicitas and Uno Grille. The café offers pasta, sandwiches, cakes, and coffee. Those who want to eat Ilocano dishes offered by Kusina Felicitas or grilled viands from Uno Grille can still do so because Café Uno gives guests the menu from all the restaurants.

How to get there:
From Calle Crisologo, turn left to Bonifacio St. Café Uno is near the lobby of Grandpa’s Inn, located at the corner of Bonifacio St. and Quirino Blvd.


Panganan Ken Ihawan Toy Ciudad Vigan


Price range: PhP50 to PhP80 per person


Vigan food trip

The eatery is also a local hang-out. (Image: Writer [L]; Mala Tubs [R])


Translated, the name of this eatery is “restaurant and grill in the city of Vigan.” It offers a number of Filipino and Ilocano vegetable and meat dishes. The place is cafeteria-like as diners would have to line up with trays in hand and pick the dish that they want to eat. During lunch time, the place can get pretty crowded as it is also a local hang-out. The locals call it by its former name Gaizel’s.

How to get there:
From Quezon Avenue, turn right to Bonifacio St. The eatery is at the corner of Bonifacio St. and Rizal St. Parking can be a problem during lunch time so riding a tricycle might be an option.


Click the store names to see their exact addresses and contact numbers.

Prices may change without prior notice.

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Zofia Leal

Zofia is from Quezon City and presently residing in Bantay, Ilocos Sur, the town near Vigan City. As an outsider who has adopted Bantay as her hometown, she feels like a perpetual tourist in the Ilocos region, always looking for places to go to and activities to do.

Zofia Leal

Zofia is from Quezon City and presently residing in Bantay, Ilocos Sur, the town near Vigan City. As an outsider who has adopted Bantay as her hometown, she feels like a perpetual tourist in the Ilocos region, always looking for places to go to and activities to do.

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Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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