Gastronomic Ilocano dining at Comedor in Hotel Luna
Nothing beats Comedor when it comes to a gastronomic Ilocano dining at best.
Guests of Hotel Luna will definitely love their stay better in this hotel-museum, what with their in-house restaurant that has attracted lots of foodies by their culinary offerings. Comedor, a Spanish term which translates to “dining area” is one of the must-visits in Vigan, which serves local and international dishes fused with creativity and flavorful ingredients.
Headed by Chef Robby Goco, Comedor’s dishes are made to impress its guests by what more they can do to make Ilocano dishes as appetizing as they can be. Here, they serve a wide range of dishes from appetizers, to omelets, soups, salads, sandwiches, pasta, noodles, vegetables, meat, fish, desserts, and even steaks. All the food they offer here is priced reasonably, and can be good for sharing.
VIGAN ANGULAS (P200). Seasonal fish delicacy in Lemon Aioli and Capers served on Sliced French Baguette
Located at the ground floor of the main building of Hotel Luna, Comedor appears to have a Spanish-inspired interior for their dining hall, with their classic brick walls that complements the hotel’s Hispanic theme. The chandelier, aesthetic tables and chairs, and paintings that are hung around their rustic walls provide the old world charm that it wants to evoke. It’s truly a dining place to visit that will mesmerize you not only with the food they offer but how they managed to make the place look as exquisite as possible.
De GAMBAS (Shrimp, P250). A traditional Spanish omelet
Some of their must-tries when it comes to food are the Linguine Vigan Longaniza where they create a pizza topped with Vigan’s famous chorizo-style delicacy making it a more flavorful alternative to ordinary ground meat. Also, they offer Buridibod, an Ilocano vegetable soup delicacy, perfect for those who are health-conscious and would most likely opt for greens instead of their meat dishes. With their Ilocano culinary offerings, they help to make Vigan’s cuisine known to more people not only to locals but most especially to foreigners. They also help the Vigan food industry, through the locally-sourced ingredients that they use in their dishes.
LUNA BAGNET (P425). Tender pork with crispy skin served with tomatoes, fermented fish condiment, and lasona.
What Comedor considers their bestsellers are their pasta dishes, which they also infuse with inventiveness, mixing it with still with Vigan’s best delicacies. For foreign tourists who would still want more familiar dishes, their pasta offerings are the best option for them.
When in Vigan, don’t forget to drop by Comedor at Hotel Luna wherein you can experience the best of Vigan delicacies. You deserve a tasty food treat while on a vacation!Google Map: