Filipinos love Bagnet, the Lechon Kawali of Vigan, Ilocos Sur. And why wouldn’t we? Ilocos Sur’s Bagnet is pork belly boiled until tender and deep-fried until crispy and brown. Once you taste it, you’ll never forget it. Are you starting to crave for Bagnet? Well, you don’t have to travel far because it’s within easy reach.
“Celebrating 80 Years of Simple Life” is a post about my grandmother’s 80th birthday. There I wrote that we brought her to Barrio Fiesta, a restaurant that delivers authentic Filipino cuisine where we had a great lunch. Indeed, nothing beats Filipino food. That is why for my grandmother’s 81st birthday, I decided to take her to a restaurant that serves provincial favorites making you reminisce the flavors of home and all those good old days of food, fun and family.