KangKang Windmill Cafe

Sep 21, 2012

This is a continuation of my Ilocos series which was a series of posts for places we visited last July 2012.  On our 2nd day in Ilocos, we went to the Bacarra Bell Tower, Cape Bojeador Lighthouse, the Kapurpurawan Rock Formation and the Bangui Windmills, before stopping here at Kangkang Windmill Cafe for lunch.  Yes, the name caught my attention too.  But thanks to this blog, I found out nothing is wrong with the name, ha ha ha. We were a hungry bunch of 17 and it was noon and it was the only eating place nearby, so why not?

We were the only patrons and the two vehicles were our ride.  The restroom at this cafe is nice and is located at the building next to our van.

We were hoping for authentic Ilocano dishes and we were not disappointed.  While they took a long time to serve the dishes, they made up for the wait with some good food!  This pinakbet is exactly how my mother-in-law do it.  She is from Ilocos too and her pinakbet is a real treat!

This pansit is so-so and really was just enough to fill our hunger and did but nothing much.
The grilled squid was really good but the serving was too little! I think we ordered 4 of those and it was still not enough.

The highlight of our meal is this bagnet which is enough for me to recommend KangKang Windmill Cafe to everyone.  It was perfection, cholesterol-induced-coma be damned!

Oh, shamelessly, we ordered rice enough to feed an army!
It was a hot and humid afternoon, but they serve good food and the view was great so it was a lunch time well spent at KangKang Cafe.  Oh, but it was pricey too because we spent more than P300 each for that meal. But since there was no other restaurant in the area, it was okay, ha ha,

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