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    Jollibee Laoag.: Filipino fastfood.

    by June.b Updated May 27, 2014
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    I'm not a fan of Jollibee at all, the place for me is for kids, and the food is a so-so, but in case you're looking for a fast food - burgers, spaghetti, chicken joy - this might be an option. Located at the market area in front of Pure Gold shopping center.

    Unlike McDonald's near the Sinking Bell Tower which is open 24/7, Jollibee isn't and it closes right before midnight.

    Favorite Dish: None really.

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    Dap-Ayan Ti Ilocos: Cheap local food court.

    by June.b Written May 27, 2014

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    Dap-ayan is a food court located along the main J.P.Rizal Street very near the provincial capitol building and Iolocos Museum.

    Several food stalls lined the sides of a huge court with several tables and chairs, very airy. Order the orange-colored local Empanada or taste the fish-sauced Bagnet, the city's version of roasted pork or "lechon kawali".

    Cheap food - empanada costs 25 to 35 pesos, bagnet at 100 pesos. Dap-ayan is a good introduction to the city's culinary delights.

    Favorite Dish: Ilocos Empanada and Bagnet.

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    Johnny Moon Cafe: A treat!

    by monina_c Written Mar 29, 2013

    Johnny Moon Cafe is a very nice place to meet up with friends. Johnny Moon Cafe is named after our hero Juan Luna (hence Johnny Moon). It is located at the side of the Museo Iloko, a conglomeration of shops and restaurants collectively known as Tabacalera.

    Favorite Dish: I tried the Heneral Blanco, a mixture of Johnny Moon home brewed coffee, nutmeg, basi (sugarcane wine) and a dollop of cream -- yummy! Their inkalti ala mode, a mix of sweet potato and banana cooked in syrup topped with a scoop of vanilla icecream is a perfect dessert treat! The fried sweet potato wedges dipped in a mixture of mayo and mustard is a perfect counterpoint to the sweetness of inkalti.

    The menu items in Johnny Moon are interesting mixture of local recipes and fusion cuisine. My friend tells me that the prices are more expensive than average for Laoag locals. BUT it's quite reasonable (even cheaper than some) for those used to Starbuck's prices. ;)

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    Gerry's Grill: They're Everywhere!

    by wabufamy Written Jun 2, 2012

    Who would've thought that they have a branch in Laoag? This restaurant is located in the La Tabacalera LIfestyle Center. Food is good but they have small servings. Don't believe them when they say it's good for 2 people. Unless, of course you eat like a bird.

    Favorite Dish: All of the items in their menu were delicious.

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    Johnny Moon Cafe: Modern Laoag Cuisine

    by wabufamy Written Jun 2, 2012

    Located in the La Tabacalera Ilocano Lifestyle Center, the cafe adds a modern twist to local cuisine. Don't miss their dinner buffet which costs (if I remember correctly) around P200.00, where you can sample various Ilocano food.

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    La Preciosa: Ilocano Food .... Must Try a Pinoy food

    by myspices Updated Oct 25, 2006

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    La Preciosa is at the end of Rizal Street. It is a colourful two storey shoplot (of pastels green, pink, orange and cream). You can either choose to sit downstairs or upstairs. There is cosy corner for you to have a cuppa or a read some magazines if you want. They have a menu of various Ilocano food. You can ask them to recommend. Waiters are friendly and food is served quite speedy.

    See photos attached on ambience of La Preciosa

    Favorite Dish: We ordered some Pinoy food with rice :

    1) "Bagnet" (pronounced as "bug-net") is roasted pork
    2) "Pinakbet" is vegetable dish : a kind of stew with longbeans, eggplant, small bittergourd, tomatoes and chillies
    3) "Pancit Molo" - a milky soup of wantan

    Price : 400pesos for 2 persons

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