Cafe Uno: "Local Ilocano Food" Vigan Restaurant Tip by Lensky
Vigan Restaurants: 56 reviews and 103 photos
Local Ilocano food is simple, unpretentious and savory and it is served right here in this small but cozy restaurant right at the heart of Heritage Village. The building itself was among the old Spanish houses lined up and down the cobblestone streets owned by one of Vigan's old families.
Favorite Dish: Pinakbet with Bagnet : a mix of eggplant, string beans, okra and ampalaya sauteed in local bagoong isda (fish paste) with bagnet (twice fried pork slab)
Poqui-poqui : mashed grilled eggplant with egg and onions.
Vigan Longaniza : we tried the grilled one and the fried one. Grilled tastes better
Address: Quirino cor. Bonifacio St.
Comparison: about average
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