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"Casa Consuelo restaurant boasts of native Ilocano dishes, where you dine with beach ambiance—under a hut, on wooden tables and bleachers. All the food that we tasted here are sumptuous and authentic Ilocano.
Pinakbet ingredients are green, not soggy and very fresh to the palate. Their seaweed om..."elette or “gamet”, has a nori taste to it. The poqui-poqui, a native delicacy of eggplant cooked with egg, onions and tomato, is very appealing even to our non-vege eating kids.
Of all the food we tasted in Casa Consuelo, bagnet is truly to die for. The crispy pork fat is too difficult to resist because there is no excess oil to ruin the taste. It’s dip-- fish sauce with chopped onions and tomato, compliments the pork with a unique salty sweet tang. They also have grilled talakitok, sinigang na lapu-lapu and were gracious enough to cook our day’s catch from the nearby store-- several pieces of lobster which they so adorably spiced with butter and garlic giving the fresh seafood a sweet...
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"We arrived there lunch time and the place was full. Good thing we already have table reserved for us as part of our tour package. Our food order was delayed because the place was so busy that time. I was excited to order the famous bagnet for it will be my first time to try it. It was a disappointin..."g experience the taste is not that good. But i find the pork belly which my son have ordered really good. They have a wide range of food selection in their menu but quite expensive.
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"We are on our Pagudpod trip part 2, just finished the rock formation and heading to Kabigan falls and we want good food in a near place for lunch. Our driver/tour guide took us to this German-Filipino restaurant which pretty much stands on its own in the highway in the middle of nowhere. The restaur..."ant is small and quaint:our party of 6 already occupied 1/4 of the space. The furnishings are beautiful as well, solid wood furniture, you have the boards with specials written in chalk and some framed articles of recipes and magazine features of the restaurant.
We are a group of well traveled and culturally experienced people so we are all blown away by the tasty Filipino food options, the German platter that tastes authentic, and some unique options that fused both like the malunggay ravioli. My American uncle and aunt loved the pancit bihon and I enjoyed the sausage, which he makes from scratch. My boyfriend was very happy about the availability of a German wheat beer, in a proper Germ...
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