Laoag City Restaurants

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    by jayjayc
  • Restaurants
    by jayjayc
  • Restaurants
    by jayjayc

Laoag City Restaurants

  • 50's diner style restaurant

    It was a long day and we really did not know where we will eat since we do not know where the places we researched were located. We passed by Macy's Diner at the Bacarra Road and decided to eat there.Macy's interior was inspired by a 50's diner complete with posters of James Dean and Marilyn Monroe. We chose a booth and looked at the menu. We...

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  • Really? Dinuguan Pizza?!

    Of course, trying to local cuisine is an important part of traveling. I looked online to see which were the recommended places to eat, two restaurants were constant on the list - Max's and Saramsam Cafe.I definitely did not want to go to Max's since it is easily available anywhere in the Philippines, but the sites did not lie since every time we...

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  • Local Dishes and Fine Dining

    A sool and comfy space, a refuge from the Ilocano heat, lunchtime at La Preciosa. This place is a popular among the locals and tourists and we learned about this place simply by asking one of the market vendors a where to eat local dishes within the city and, among the three Ilocanos that we asked, La Preciosa was the first thing they...

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  • Chicken Ati-atihan

    A place that tries to capture native Filipino ambience, the structure was made of nipa and bamboo. It is open, airy and comfortable. The service was great and fast and the food was affordable. Chicken Ati-atihan - their version of Chicken Inasal which is actually chicken marinated with different spices and grilled. Their chicken was savory, sweet...

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  • Poque-Poque Pizza - a must!

    The restaurant's very homey ambiance adds character to the food they serve. We ordered Poque Poque Pizza - pizza topped with grilled eggplant, tomatoes and onions. You would be surprised how wonderful these blend with the pizza sauce and crust. The pepperoni pizza was too spicy for my kids though. Don't miss the Saramsam Pasta as you would have a...

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  • baby back ribs so great

    this resto is located in general segundo avenue laoag city, this is the home of the original baby back ribs. this is where the politicians like the gov. the mayor. and also the doktors. because of their native anbiance and delicious foods and wow service of the waitresses you can never forget this restaurant in ilocos norte laoag city. there is...

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  • hunger on the road

    Long road travel in between sites, Jade Karla offered a delicious too-late lunch between Paoay and Vigan. crunchy Bagnet !!!

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  • Empanadas

    Laoag City, or the Ilocos Region as a whole is famous for their special empanadas like no other. The true Ilocos empanada, consists of a matrix of sauteed vegetables and a piece of longganiza and topped with one whole egg before packing everything up in a wrapper made of flour. At P35 a piece, and with ice cold soda, that completes you.They have...

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  • a taste of Manila in Laoag

    Although we try to stay away from the usual city crave, we can't help but check this steakhouse. It looks pretty cool and besides, the only decent dining that is open pretty late than usual (most closes at 7pm). And since we have practically tried everything, we had no other choice to calm our rumbling stomachs. This is the usual place you'll find...

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  • Care to Give Bunny Ears?

    The place looks like a canteen offering a variety-- from pasta to sandwiches to breakfast meals to snacks.. Good food at a very fair prices. Service is OK.Nice looking menu-- you'll get enticed to have your fix just by looking at it. I love the spaghetti pizza and chicken combo! They come in small servings but they would surely fill your empty...

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  • Delicious Chinese Food

    The place is clean and nice. Their service is good. They have set menu good for 10 persons starting at P2,200. Since we are 12 we just ordered 1 large crab meat nido soup (this is really a big bowl, we had our 2nd servings of soup after all of us get our first servings hehe), 2 small fried chicken (yummy!), 1 large seafoods chopsuey & large pancit...

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  • Seafood & Barbeque

    Expensive seafood!!! We decided to skip the seafood because it was too expensive. Even the other disehes were quite pricely also. The food was not really spectacular, just ok.But what really made the dinner horrendous was the live performance. The singer sounded like a screaming banshee.. really terrible.

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