In Vigan, the city of cobble stones, is the humble restaurant in Calle Crisologo, Café Leona. Named after the famous Ilocana poet, satirist and playwright Leona Florentino, Café Leona is well-known for offering the best Ilocano cuisines in town. You must try their longganisa. Unlike the ones that can be bought in Metro Manila, the longganisas here are not sweet but actually garlicky.
The restaurant’s stylish ceiling, which has paintings of the San Augustine Church and the Sinking Bell, makes its patrons look up to admire its beauty. Just looking at every single accessory, such as the clock and electric lights, is actually quite enjoyable. In La Preciosa, customers can feel very comfortable because it’s very spacious. It also has a cafe and a function room on the second floor. There are a lot of delicious food in Ilocos Norte, and Crispy Bagnet is one of them. Aside from its fragrant aroma, this juicy pork dish has a sweet taste that spreads in your mouth.