Stoops Bagnet Ilocos

Pablo Ocampo Sr. St., Manila, Metro Manila

Stoops Bagnet Ilocos
4.4
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10 Reviewers

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  • 10 Reviews
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  • 10 Reviewers
Category:
Filipino

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Menus:
Lunch, Dinner

Most Recent Reviews

Jamil Aryanah L.
4.0 Stars

This is near Bahai center(no i'm not Bahai) so everytime we visit the center we buy bagnet take out. Couple of weeks ago, we passed by here on our way to my sister's school and found out that it was already closed. 128559

Thanks to Looloo I found out that it just transferred to a different location. Hehe. So yesterday, while waiting for my sister, I looked for it with the help of kuya pedicab driver. 128514 It is now located at Arellano cor Estrada st.. 128077

Ordered large bagnet(good for 5) for take out which costs 245 pesos. The largest one is 440 pesos which is good for 8. When we reached home it was not that warm anymore but my mom didn't bother to reheat it because she said she was hungry. Haha! It still tastes good and still crispy even if it's not hot! 128523

Always gonna be the family's favorite. 10084

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Lex A.
4.0 Stars

Stoop's has transferred to a better location. It is now located along Arellano Ave. in front of CSB-DLS Angelo King International Center. Our favorite here is the Bagnet. The Empanada and chicken Bagnet is so so... We still have to try other items in the next visit

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TheMitch M.
5.0 Stars

get ready to take your bp meds!
This place has a branch in San Antonio village as we'll.
For those near the DLSU belt (yes DLSU bec they pretty much own the whole neighborhood), this is the closest alternative.
students flock to this small (very small) establishment during their lunch hours (so the time varies).
But be sure that you're there before 12pm, office workers and everyone else eat here.
Did I mention the place is small?
ok.
now, the food comes in appropriate sized platters.
Main dish with a side of veggies, atsara and complimentary soup go for 90-120 (depending on the type of meat you order).
the place is also very hot.
Bring a fan.
Order a coke.
Wear a sando.
Don't cuddle.
Over all
Food is good but the place could use some more fans.

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Stephanie Myr Q.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Janna J.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Toby B.
4.0 Stars

The right kind of wrong and the wrong kind of right. Either way, this is the closest to Ilocos anyone could get. Crispy on the outside and melt in your mouth goodness inside. Best paired with the their alamang and kamatis-talong side dish! Boom!

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Amiel N.
3.0 Stars

Stoops is an alternative place to dine if you are craving for Bagnet. This restaurant is quite competent provided that their dining area can only accommodate few customers. But, what I like about it is its homey feeling. That warmth of an ambience when you are eating with your friends and/or family.

The distinct feature of this mini-resto is their emphasis on their Ilocano roots. Ilocos, a well-known province in the Northern part of Luzon, is said to have started a few dish that has become a part of the culture of many Filipinos around the country.

Their servings for Bagnet is just like your ordinary fast food chicken. It can be served as Original or Spicy, usually sided with Pinakbet (vegetables simmered in shrimp paste) - an Ilocano original. They offer side-dishes for about Php 10.00 to Php 20.00 ranging from their Pinakbet to a simple healthy mix of diced Onion and Tomatos to a sliced, grilled Eggplant paired with shrimp paste.

Main dishes would often range from a good Php 65.00 to a fair Php 120.00. They also have SiLogs and other typically grilled Filipino dishes.

If you are an Ilocano, then I'd say that this is next to home. But, I would say that it can be tried so long as you are not meticulous about the food you eat. It's a lovely mini-resto and it deserves recognition. Don't take my word for it and try it yourself!

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Loraine M.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Bea L.
5.0 Stars

It's affordable and if want to divulge yourself to sinful food, their bagnet is to die for. :)

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Chi B.
5.0 Stars

To die for BAGNET!! For Php 80 wth sidings of talbos ng kamote and kamatis. The place is just small nothing fancy. You can park infront of their store. Taste of true bagnet frm illocos can be found in Manila.

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