We ordered traditional Filipino breakfasts. It was cheap and scrumptious. It was a good choice of food. I would recommend the longaniza because Ilocos is known for it and you won’t regret it!
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Though I was looking for a more traditional Ilocano food, the food here ain't bad. In fact it's nice and delicious. Quite a wide selection of food to choose from. Combination of Filipino and western food.
I expected a so-so service from the staff after reading some previous negative reviews but it was not the case during my visit. The staff were attentive and service was fast. They were also courteous and helpful. Ambiance was nice and the place was packed...More
It was our first stop in Vigan where we had our lunch. Good thing we made an excellent choice. Ambience was good, my husband liked the "Vigan feel" of the place. It was fortunate that we came early for lunch since the friendly staff told...More
When My friends ask me where to eat delicious food and yet affordable I always answered them "KUSINA FELICITAS". What kept me bringing back here is their Bagoong Fried Rice, Isarabasab(more likely of the famous Iloko Dish Dinakdakan/warekwarek), sisig etc. it was fabulously delicious. The...More
I went with my family and we had a very bad experience. Our waiter was very rude and even yelled at my sister while taking our order. Most of the food we ordered from the menu was not available. The food portion was small and...More
Eating in a heritage house is an experience especially because the restaurant serves local Ilocano cuisine. there is also grilled seafood for the less adventurous. This is the reason why it is popular among tourists. The ambience is like a grandmother's dining room during the...More
The ambiance of the place will definitely say that this is the fine dining experience in Vigan. They have all of the famous Ilokano foods like pinakbet and puqui-puqui. They have there own version of puqui-puqui (one of their best sellers) which is delicious considering...More
We ate here the night after Typhoon Lawin (international name: Haima)... There was no power all over the city save for some who had generators. They had one so we got attracted to it like a moth to light... The food was very acceptable, nothing...More