Cafe Bigaa is famous of its Vigan Longganisa, Bagnet, Igado, and Sinanglao, which are known for being made with genuine Ilocano ingredients. Additionally, They offers pasta and other Western fare. The Rusangis pasta in a cream sauce with local seafood is one of its traditional favorites.
The 130-year-old Vigan Plaza Hotel houses this quaint restaurant with a rustic ambiance. Its name, “Bigaa,” is an Ilocano term for a taro plant, from which the locality of Vigan took its name.
One of their best-selling items is the Vigan Sampler, which is ideal if you want to sample all the well-known Ilocano foods on one platter. It includes Bagnet (crispy pig belly), Longganisa (Spanish sausage), Pork Daldalem (pork liver in vinegar and soy sauce), Pinakbet (steamed vegetables in fish or shrimp sauce), and Sinanglao (boiled cow innards with kamias and bile).
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