Lilong & Lilang Restaurant

Nestled at the heart of lush gardens crossed with a nature trail, this thatched-roofed, plant-festooned restaurant is a great bet for Ilocano dishes such as Vigan empanadas, poqui-poqui (a roasted eggplant dish), warek-warek (pork innards with mayo) and the more conventional bagnet, pinakbét and mega fruit shakes. During busy weekends it’s set meals only (P180) and you’ll have to queue.


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October 4, 2017

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