March 05, 2017

Traditional Ilocano cuisine at Eagle’s Nest

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  • Spend your weekend lunch out at Eagle’s Nest for a sumptuous dining experience!

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    Eagle’s Nest is the in-house restaurant of Java Hotel that has also made its name in Ilocos for serving delectable Ilocano cuisine dishes which are loved by locals and tourists alike. The theme of the restaurant resembles that of Java Hotel, with its native Ilocano dwelling such as a nipa hut. The restaurant is in an outdoor setting but it has anahaw-thatched roof to cover the place. The wooden interiors, tables and chairs speak so native, close to home, which is why a lot of locals want to dine in here especially that they have really delicious home cooked meals.

    Started in 2007, Eagle’s Nest was built to make well-known Ilocano dishes more popular to those visiting Ilocos. It was Eagle’s Nest which was first constructed before the Java Hotel. In this native hut, the restaurant can seat up to 150 people. They are also known to hold events such as parties, gatherings, or even meetings. It has a traditional vibe, much like home which is why tourists always want to go here and see what Ilocos culture really looks like.

    BAGNET (P385). Large chunks of crispy deep-fried pork belly

    CRUNCHY BANANA BALLS (P90). Special dessert balls with soft bananas on the inside with a crispy coating with chocolate drizzle.

    For their food, they are popular for serving Ilocano dishes. Their dishes are served at a very reasonable price and in shareable sizes which is why it is really a perfect place to bring families especially during weekends. For those locals who want to try other dishes, Eagle’s Nest has a separate menu that offers Japanese dishes such as a variety of sushi which are also as equally sumptuous like their local ones.

    BIHON DINUGUAN (P235). Crispy dinuguan served with bihon or vermicelli noodles.

    Aside from the food, what’s to love about Eagle’s Nest is they have Los Guitaños, a group of singers serenading the guests with their requested songs for a form of entertainment. Also, they have a love bird aviary at the restaurant that you can admire for a nice view while dining at their lovers deck.

    At Eagle’s Nest, you’ll definitely have a great time over a sumptuous dinner with family or friends!

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