Bagnet is a famous delicacy in Ilocos, specifically Vigan. This sinfully delicious food is one of the favorite items that tourist buy when visiting Vigan. Some say Lechon Kawali and Bagnet are just the same, but I disagree. There's a subtle difference to the taste and the level of crispiness of Bagnet and Lechon … Continue reading Bagnet
The Lengua of Mangan restaurant was cooked perfectly. It is tender and soft to bite. The lengua still has a very distinct beef flavor. The creamy mushroom sauce did not overwhelm the taste of lengua, but it enhances more of the beefy flavor. The onions were cooked perfectly to add sweetness to the dish.
Very aromatic and well-seasoned grilled bacon belly. It is definitely a-must-try!
Do you want spicy, crunchy and soft, all in one food?
The dish is served with Parsely Pesto rice, Sunny side up egg, Ricotta cheese and garnished with sliced radish and cibed watermelon.
Appetizer or main dish? Try this chopped pig's cheek and ears.
A delicious chewy, soft noodles with sweet, peanut sauce.
Taste the strong distinct flavor of Japanese Curry sauce..
take a sip of the Shoyu broth..
When I first read "Crispy Leche Flan", I got curious how the Mesa restaurant turned the soft custard dessert into a crispy one.
Craving for something healthy , sour, salty and spicy? Try this salad in Jatujak.
Pinangat or Paksiw? What’s the difference?