Angono, Rizal, is the place to go to if you want to make a truly delicious trip in terms of cuisine. The town itself is popular because of its culture, which has seeped into its cuisine over the years. And when visiting this town you cannot miss lunch or dinner at the famous Balaw-balaw Restaurant, especially if you like exotic delicacies.
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1. Balaw Balaw Restaurant located at 11 Don Justo Dona Justa Village Angono Rizal for inquiries contact them at (02) 6510110.
At this restaurant you will surely enjoy the variety of recipes, most of which have worms as the staple ingredient. Fresh wood worms such as the uok, snails, crickets and white ants, are featured on the menu of the Balaw-balaw Restaurant. [Photo credit: Celineism]
Those who are quite adventurous in food items will definitely want to try out the escargot version of the restaurant, especially the one cooked in coconut milk and spices which is simply sublime. There are then the deep fried legs and crickets which are another great option.
2. Wings On The Go used to be a home-based food delivery business that runs within the vicinity of Angono, Rizal now a well established dining haven in the area. It started with its main products, Buffalo Wings and Mojos and then later on, added more to their menu.
Craving for some burger and art? If you are looking for a great place to eat around Angono then #wingsonthego got you covered!
Are you hungry and you want to satisfy your cravings for a sweetest treats that will surely tickle your taste buds? Lava Mocha Café serves good food for you in no time! Lava Mocha Cafe can be found at 97 Doña Aurora Street Barangay San Roque Angono, Rizal (near Pandayan Bookstore and APHS).
Situated in the main town, Lava Mocha boasts contemporary delights with an artistic approach to all the customers. One of the best-sellers of the Café is its Do-It-Yourself Frappe that will surely satisfy your desires. Also it offers the original “Higante Frappe” in town.
If you are not tempted that much by exotic delicacies, you can still enjoy a great lunch or dinner at various other restaurants in Angono. Most of these are experts in Filipino cuisine. For instance, if you were to visit the Atelier Museum Café you will be able to have a relaxing Filipino meal among the unique sculptures and paintings by Nemeslo R. Miranda, a famous Angono artist. Atelier is popular for the sautéed minced pork with chili, the fried beef and chicken dishes, and the grilled liempo, among others. There are also the unique menu items such as the catfish, the pesangdalag and the duck.
4. Kim is Hungry Cakes + Cafe
The table becomes a piece of art. That moment when your dessert looks like a piece of art and almost too attractive to eat! If you like coffee, art and dessert, you have to check this out.
Kim is Hungry Cakes + Cafe is small pastry shop located at 2nd floor Paulina Bldg. M. Diaz corner A. Ibanez Brgy. Sto. Nino. Angono. For inquiries contact Kim is Hungry at 0916 271 7551.
Tindahan ni Inday (kumanoy) +63 09176802779 Prices : Kumanoy sa lanera for Php 50, tray Php 500 and batya Php 750.
Your tastebuds are driving you nuts and you can’t sit still until you get the food you want. Craving for Filipino street food? Don’t worry! Balwarte got you covered!
Art Capital Cafe is a local business establishment that caters to all coffee lovers who are looking for a place to sit down and relax.
There are several food destinations to visit over the weekend or for a day trip in Angono. We may have missed your favorite places so please leave your suggestions in the comment section. Needless to say this small town is without a doubt one of the best places to go to, and if you place importance on dining when you are traveling, you have even more reason to check out the restaurants in Angono. Your stay can be even more satisfactory and intriguing if you go in November, since this is when there is the Higantes Festival.
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