Iligan Restaurants

The Food Trip!

Feeling hungry? Check out some of Iligan restaurants and bistros.

When you feel hungry but tired of the same processed food prepared by fastfood chains, let Iligan City’s finest restaurants and dining establishments break you free from all that.

Strolling around Iligan’s coolest destinations and enjoying its scenic views can also get someone’s tummy brewing with hunger.

Normally, that’s a bad thing, especially when there’s no easy access of food around.

Luckily, in Iligan, there’s always an antidote for that – food trip, anyone?

The setback of Iligan restaurants is relaxed and non-intimidating. They are quick and easy to find.

Almost all restaurants are located within the city proper. And getting there is not a problem, as public transport like jeepneys and taxis can easily reach them.

Iligan – fine city with fine dining

Yes, if you want fine dining, make your choice with Maria Christina Hotel and Restaurant, Tatay’s Grill ‘n Bar and Café Hermoso. Make sure you call for a reservation.

And sizzle with the sizzling foods served at Yom’s Grill and the tried and tested Camaron rebosado (fried shrimps) of Gazpacho’s Food House.

Try a variety of cooked chicken

Then try out Iligan’s sumptuous chicken houses. Don’t miss out on this one, visit Sunburst Fried Chicken.

Iligan Restaurant Sunburst Fried Chicken

They offer one of a kind fine dining, famous for their fried chicken and cozy ambience. And of course Chrisven Food Haus and Dear Manok are not left behind in terms of flavor.

And after a day shopping in Iligan, take a break and satisfy your sweet tooth on cool spots where you don’t need to be dressed up to wind down.

These easy and low-maintenance Iligan restaurants offer unique coffee blends, delicious cakes and pastries. Aruma Coffee Lounge has an indoor (air-conditioned) and outdoor seating, plus quick service while the unpretentious crowd amp the hip factor of this resto bar and gallery.

Take a bite of Iliganon’s pizzas and their Maranao delicacy beef randang – makes you want to come back for more.

Or try Michelle’s Cakes and Pastries’ sylvannas or Peek ‘n Berry Pastries’ baked macaroni and drink with Zoey’s refreshing shakes and Halo-Halo (mixture of fruits and sweetened beans topped with crushed ice and ice cream). Very refreshing and you’ll surely ask for more!

Take a lunch-out, break for a cheap fill

We scout the city for small food stops that tipped happy, thrifty eater’s lists. We’re pretty sure these joints will become your new found faves too. They serve Filipino foods like sinigang (meat stewed with mostly tamarind and other vegetables), pinakbet, paksiw and lechon baboy/manok (roasted pork/chicken) dipped in vinegar and garlic.

Your choices are the Big Dipper Restaurant, Quick-Cha Corner, Kuzina Iliganon or Epay’s Lechon Manok.

Chinese food anyone?

If you opt for Chinese foods, then why not get yourself served at Lai-lai Yeung Chow Restaurant and play poker afterwards in their outside setting or get a taste of JY Dimsum House delicacies. Their menus are fairly priced and their foods are full of taste. Pork and Shrimp Siomai, noodles, Dim Sum, Congee are just a few of the Chinese foods offered in these restaurants. I don’t know about you , but I’m getting hungry!

There! We’ve dished out the places where “yum” and “mmmmmm” are known to be made when it comes to dining in Iligan City.

Now, try any of Iligan restaurants for yourselves. They’re looking forward to serve you!

And when you ready to party ‘til dawn, check out one of the hottest night spots in town.

Just recently, Iligan City now has one less grooving nightspot – Club ZINC – they closed their doors for good not too long ago. Yes, you are going to miss sipping some of their one-of-a-kind-name drinks!

Not to worry though, there are still plenty of clubs that will sure fire up your nightlife in Iligan!