The dining is nice and cozy. The food is tasty and in a budget price plus it is near the ilocos museum.
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A must-place to visit. Located in the city proper, the restaurant serves delicious Italian and Filipino cuisine. PS Longganisa is to die for!!!
My wife and I had a very tiring stroll around the city and this place is such a good place for relaxation. The cafe is serene and peaceful a good place to talk with your significant one.The food is more than average., But what makes...More
After researching and checking restaurants in Laoag, with positive and negative reviews our family decided to visit Johnny Moon Cafe. We ordered Empanada and their meal for 2 which consists of pasta and chicken cordon bleu plus a panacotta. We enjoyed and love the food...More
One of the more upscale establishments downtown, and a good stop for lunch if you're coming from the museums and historical landmarks near the town plaza. The menu is extensive. Staff recommended the paella, which came with a lot of bagnet and longganisa bits. While...More
This was a fun dining experience, because on top of the good food that they served they also had us wear stick on mustaches and top hats and took a photo of us channeling the "Juan Luna" vibe. Service was good too. We ordered several...More
We were huge fans of Johnny Moon Cafe and was disappointed when it was closed for a few months. Now that it's open again, we can't help but compare it to how it was before. Food quality isn't that good anymore (with the exception of...More
Johnny Moon was closed for about 2 months for renovations, and we used to frequent the "old" establishment when we had business trips here. Service driver told us the place was open under new management, so we decided to pay a visit. Interiors haven't changed...More
I visited this place last summer as part of my #SoloBirthdayTravel. Every time I search for a must visit place in Laoag, this place is always part of the search results. It was a very warm afternoon when I arrived Laoag. I took a tricycle...More
Laoag is filled with wonderful old stuff and ilokano cuisine proves to be the perfect companion to complete the nostalgic trip in the capital. However, stepping inside Johnny Moon, (or Juan Luna) you'll feel the hip and inventive vibe that the youth of Laoag has...More