There are actually two kinds of the Ilocos Empanada. One is the Vigan Empanada in Ilocos Sur and the other is the Batac or Laoag Empanada in Ilocos Norte. The latter is better known as “The Ilocos Empanada” in terms of appearance and popularity, being sold in all of Ilocos Norte and including some towns in Ilocos Sur. Vigan empanada’s [...]Read more ›
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A great way to start your Vigan trip is to dine in Kusina Felicitas . The ambiance is cozy and relaxing. And the food serves Vigan delicacies. Kusina Felicitas has a low ceiling with original beams, marble flooring, 18th century brick walls adorned by an exuberance of folk art, dark wood tables and Spanish-style chairs and a long deli counter [...]Read more ›
Every time Los Majitos opens up at night for their street dining the street of General Luna comes alive . You will see that it is decorated with hanging lamps, and the tables are illuminated with candles. They serve the typical inihaw and some of the Ilocano specialties.It is located near the famous Calle Crisologo at Calle Gen. Luna St.,Vigan [...]Read more ›
Nestled in the country’s most preserved historic city that dates back to the 15th century, Grandpa’s Inn flings you all the way back to the Spanish Era in the Philippines. A “classic” Ilocano ambiance like no other. Discover new things beyond the usual at Grandpa’s with its very homey and warm interiors and antique decorations. It’s used to be the [...]Read more ›
Heritage Resort of Caoayan is a five hectare family resort located in Caoayan, Ilocos Sur, just a kilometer away from the rich culture and historical City of Vigan. Features: -Accomodation with spacious air-conditioned cottages with cable TV Family Room (Minimum of 4 pax ) Deluxe Room (Minimum of 3 pax ) Standard Room (2 pax) – Restaurant and Bar – [...]Read more ›