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This time we try Filipino Food Lingayen and Alaminos, Pangasinan Philippines. Tried three Filipino restaurants and one carinderia.
First Filipino restaurant is Lingawen Restaurant which is located Artacho St., Lingayen Pangasinan. They served bulalo, kare-kare, chicken wings and the exquisite and signature pinakbet that is unique.
Second Filipino restaurant is Elianas Grill and Restaurant which is located at San Vicente, Alaminos City. Their Bilao Platter with a wide selection of seafood, meat and veggies were an amazing meal. They also served Pigar-pigar, a local carabao beef dish, native tinola, papaitan, and the famous Halo-Halo. Highly recommend the Bilao Platter and Halo-Halo.
Third Filipino restaurant we visited was Island Tropics Hotel and Restaurant located at Lucap Wharf, Brgy. Lucap Alaminos City. The served the best seafood Alaminos could offer like Seafood Kare-Kare, Seafood Chop Suey, Seafood Express and some Lato with veggies.
Fourth Filipino restaurant we visited was Islandia Hotel and Restaurant located at Marcos Ave., Brgy. Palamis Alaminos City. They served Binungey (kind of rice cake), Bangus Embutido, and Longganisa Lasagna.
We also tried a local carinderia, Jam Food House, located at Food Court, Poblacion Alaminos City, Pangasinan where they offered Ginataang Kangkong with Alaminos Longganisa and Boneless Bangus with Mango Sauce.
We stayed at Islandia Hotel and if your’re near this place, come check them out.
We enjoyed the feast and want to thank Ms. Vanj Padilla and Reginald for inviting us for Pangasinan Food Crawl event. 🙂
This food video was inspired by Mark Wiens and Aden Films on their food adventures and street food tour.
I invite you to taste the Flavors of the Philippines!