Kusina Felicitas, which first opened its doors in 2004 as a small restaurant within Grandpa’s Inn, is dedicated to providing its customers with a genuine Ilocano gastronomic experience. When you walk through the doors of the heritage Vigan restaurant, you’ll feel as though you’ve traveled back to the 18th century.
In addition to foods from the Ilocos region, Kusina Felicitas also serves food from the adjacent cities of La Union, Benguet, Kalinga, Cagayan, and Apayao. You may experience the awe-inspiring and thriving gastronomic culture of the provinces in Northern Luzon in just one sitting by sampling their Ilocano cuisine.
They recommend the Pipian na Manok (Chicken Sinigang) and Sinanglao as must-try Ilocano delicacies (beef innards and skin soup). Additionally, They also serves some of the most popular dishes in the area, including Bagnet and Pinakbet (a mixed vegetable stew with shrimp paste) (crispy pork belly).
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