Iliganons are usually familiar with foreign cuisines like Chinese, Japanese and American, but rarely Mexican. There are not a lot of Mexican restaurants in the small city of Iligan. In fact, there are currently just&hellip
Food and Drinks
Many of us, including me are excited about 7-Eleven’s arrival in here in Iligan. My first experience with this famous convenience store was in 1997 in Manila. It felt a bit surreal, I finally bought&hellip
Bag-o lang na established ang B-Bu-Q pero ni sikat og kalit tungod sa kalami sa ilang pork barbecue. They started in 2012 and has become the first to go place when it comes to barbecue.&hellip
The Iligan City Government organized a yearly lechon contest called the Pista sa Lechon de Iligan. It was held on September 22, 2016, 3:00 in the afternoon at the Anahaw Amphitheater.
For only 599 pesos you and your family or friends can fill your hungry tummy with 2 Medium Pizza (any flavor) and a liter of softdrink of your choice. Yes, you can choose any flavor,&hellip
When craving for affordable and delightful Filipino seafoods in Iligan, Jacko’s Kan-anan is the place you should visit first.
If you were born in the 1800s and doesn’t know what “brunching” or “brunch” is, it’s a two-word combination of breakfast and lunch, probably originated by lazy people who eats breakfast or lunch between 10&hellip
I finally did my own street food challenge! I ate the fried chicken skin for the first time. The street vendor is located just beside St. Michael’s College. Luck is on my side, this chicken&hellip
Finally, visited Tedts Diner’s new outlet at Quezon Avenue, just a few meters from their former main restaurant, literally a stone’s throw away. I’ve been wanting to get inside for weeks since it opened last&hellip
There’s a new eatery that serve that not only serve halang-halang, but also bulalo, silog meals and lechon manok. Their halang-halang tastes good. This could give the halang-halang at wet market a run for their&hellip