The Bagnet requires a longer process to prepare. Choice cuts from the pig (usually its side called three layers) are made into Bagnet. Sinublan or Kawa (a very large iron pot) is usually used to boil the meat. The crispier the pork skin becomes, the harder to resist. That is the secret of the mouth-watering Bagnet- the crispy, crackling blistered [...]Read more ›
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Specialties: Quarter Pounder with Cheese, Double Cheeseburger, McChicken, Fillet-O-Fish, Cheeseburger, Burger McDo, Chicken McDo, Nuggets, Crispy Chicken Fillet, Spaghetti, Barbeque Beef McDo, French Fries, Apple Pie, Caramel Sundae, Hot Fudge Sundae and McFlurry Cuisine: American Ambiance: Cozy, Cheerful, Resembles the old Spanish houses Location: P. Burgos Corner Jacinto Streets, Vigan, Ilocos Norte, PhilippinesRead more ›
Specialties: Max’s Fried Chicken, Kare-Kare, Pancit Canton, Crispy Pata, Fresh Lumpiang Ubod, Sinigang Baboy, Sinigang Hipon, Bicol ExpressMax’s Tapa, Max’s Tocino, Chicken Sisig Cuisine: Filipino, Asian Ambiance: It has a Spanish-colonial period Ambiance because the restaurant is built with the resemblance of the old houses. Location: The Heritage Village Mena Crisologo St., Vigan, Ilocos Sur, PhilippinesRead more ›
Cant’ get enough of Vigan Empanada? Here’s a simple-to-follow steps in case you want to try cooking empanada at home. Ingredients: For Casing: 1 1/2 cup Rice Flour Orange food coloring (optional) 1/2 cup Water 1 tbsp. Oil (for greasing) Cooking oil (for frying) For Filling: 1 Grated Green Papaya (blanched & squeezed with salt to extract bitter taste) 4 [...]Read more ›
Leila’s Cafe is a charming little coffee shop located between Grafika and Los Majitos. This coffe shop is named after Leila Aguilar-Singson. You’ll notice pictures of her at the walls of the Café. They mostly serve crepes, coffee, tea, sandwiches, and all day breakfast item as well as pasta, pastries, and fraps. One must-try in this Café is Graceland — [...]Read more ›