If you love antiques, this place will be heaven. Their decor consist of antique household furnishings and wooden chairs and tables.
They have a good selection of Filipino dishes...food is good but it's their presentation that is inviting. Desserts are delicious. Must-try desserts: deep fried halo-halo (seasonal) and buko halo-halo. Buko halo-halo is a bit pricey (compared to other halo-halos) but serving is huge so it can be shared by 2-3 people and you get what you pay for...halo-halo here is exceptionally delicious.
Also try their Okoy Tikyosko (fried squash, veggie, and shrimp patties)...it goes well with their Sumayet (Ilokano vinegar with chili and onions)
My only complaints: no Wifi and they do not accept credits cards. I suggest the owner consider taking cards even if they have to set a minimum amount.
Overall, I enjoyed eating in this restaurant and is a MUST place to visit when in La Union.
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