La Moda, one of the oldest existing businesses in Laoag to date, has already made a jillion people in Ilocos happier with their uncooked dried noodles and cooked Canton sa bilao. In Ilocos, Pancit Canton is the favored fare for any celebration.
Whenever my brother-in-law visits Ilocos, he won’t leave unless he goes to La Moda for his fill of fried rice with chicharon bits, which is served only in La Moda.
Chopsuey, crispy bagbagis (intestines) and Lechon Karahay are among La Moda’s other bestsellers.
La Moda Panciteria has moved to a new address — Lagasca St. cor Gov. Primo Lazaro Ave., Brgy. 10, Laoag City.