Lumpianada (PhP25) (Image: Heritage City of Vigan)
A spin to the Vigan empanada, a lumpianada
is a mixture of vegetable
, egg, and longganisa
(Filipino-style sausage) filling rolled inside a lumpia or spring roll wrapper. Marichu’s Lumpianada
also offers miki
or noodle soup, ginataang bilo bilo
or glutinous rice balls in coconut cream, pancit, fried spring rolls, and barbecue. Locals usually have their snacks there as the eatery is open from 1:00 PM until around 5:00 PM only.
How to get there: Marichu’s Lumpianada is located at Rizal St., Zone 3, Bantay, a few meters away from Vigan. From the arc leaving Vigan, turn left and continue driving along Manila North Road until you see the Zone 3 arc in the left. It is the third street after the junction. There is a machine shop in the corner of Rizal St.