Kambak Restaurant image

Kambak Restaurant

Restaurant

👍👍 Food served is freshly cooked.. People often mention good, served, small,


Address

79WJ+CP9, Namboongan Barangay Road, Santo Tomas, 2505 La Union, Philippines

Website

www.facebook.com

Contact

+63 918 293 2628

Price rating

$$ $$

Rating on Google Maps

4.20 (310 reviews)

Open on Google Maps

Working Hours

  • Sunday: (Anniversary of the EDSA People Power Revolution), 8 am to 8 pm, Hours might differ
  • Monday: 8 am to 8 pm
  • Tuesday: 8 am to 8 pm
  • Wednesday: 8 am to 8 pm
  • Thursday: 8 am to 8 pm
  • Friday: 8 am to 8 pm
  • Saturday: 8 am to 8 pm

Featured Reviews


Frequently mentioned in reviews: good (7) served (6) small (6)
Reviews are sorted by relevance, prioritizing the most helpful and insightful feedback at the top for easier reference.
  • 5/5 AJ F. 1 year ago on Google • 80 reviews
    Food served is freshly cooked..
    5 people found this review helpful 👍

  • 5/5 Norb G. 1 year ago on Google • 286 reviews
    The place serves filipino dishes and delicious goat meat viand like Caldereta and Papaitan. They have a good selection in the menu and the beverages include fruit shakes, juices, coffee and tea. The place is frequented by local artists, and previous guests return when traveling in La Union. You can find this place just after Sto Tomas or just before the town of Agoo when going to San Fernando. The name of the place welcomes returning guests with the sign ..... WelKamBak ! By the way, Kam stands for Kambing or goat and Bak is for Baka or Cow. Parking is available and is PWD friendly. Happy eating.

  • 3/5 Boy R. 2 years ago on Google • 214 reviews
    While have our Road trip we pass by this restaurant and try it for the first time, the place is nice and cosy too so we order most of my favorite food. Grilled squid well it's ok but doen't taste like grilled to me and its a bit rubbery and hard to cut, Lechon Kawali it's been a long time I never try this but Im not satisfied with their Lechon Kawali its not crunchy at all but ok any way. But I'm satisfied with their chapchoy, sinigang Lapu lapu and Kambing, over all I still enjoy my lunch here.😍😎 for video visit my YouTube channel @Boy RayBan

  • 4/5 Ellen V. 1 year ago on Google • 35 reviews
    The place is clean with good ambiance. Service was fast, we did not wait too long for the food to be served. The foods we ordered were good especially the Dinengdeng, can serve up to 2-4 persons if hindi kayo matakaw 😁...Kilawen na tuna was to my taste but due to the pricey onions, medyo kulang sa sahog...parking is spacious too.
    1 person found this review helpful 👍

  • 4/5 Bryce 1 year ago on Google • 131 reviews
    Good place to stop by during a long drive going to points up north. Their food was good, the ambiance of the place is nice and the service was satisfactory although the price is a bit on the high side. If you're ever in the area, go stop by and enjoy their local menu, I could recommend their caldereta and their pinapaitan.

  • 5/5 Monte Carlo C. 4 years ago on Google • 121 reviews
    If you find yourself passing by La Union.... Best to have a stop over meal on this place. Must try their Bulalo and Sisig!

  • 5/5 Mharvin C. 9 months ago on Google • 6 reviews
    Food is always great. Will make you kambak again.
    1 person found this review helpful 👍

  • 5/5 Erwin Z. 2 years ago on Google
    Great place where sinigang/kilawen na kambing and monggo with bagnet is the best taste in town.
    1 person found this review helpful 👍

  • 3/5 ron h. 1 year ago on Google • 54 reviews
    Second time eating here for Ilocano food. It's a restaurant available to hungry travellers coming out at the end of TPLEX Rosario going North to Ilocano country. On the walls hung frames with personal messages and signatures of "famous' people who dropped by (can't recognize any of them🤫). We came on a weekday lunch, and the place filled up quickly. Luckily, we ordered first so there's not much wait. They automatically served pitcher of filtered water with ice and glasses. Seafood pinacbet was served in a small palayok (smelt funky) containing squid, shrimp, leftover grilled tulingan. Bulalo was served in a small saingan, pinapaitan na kambing looks vivid green in a white porcelain tasa, rice in a platter. Brewed coffee (barako) was served with muscovado sugar and fresh milk in small individual serve. Bill came up to php 1127. There are open spaces at the front and back. Parking in front can accommodate several cars. There are still flies inside the airconditioned dining area, so that was a disappointment. But it was a welcome respite from the heat. The lavatory was a sorry site, dirty and the faucets were rusty. Across the road are stalls selling variety of dried fishes, suka, patis and bagoong ilocano. 1/8 kilo of boneless dilis, salted and unsalted danggit, buo & hiwa espada, biya, pusit ranges from php 175-225 so be sure to haggle and ask for freebies if you bought a lot (we got a small bottle of pinakurat and 1L sukang iloko).

  • 4/5 Ronilo Glenn Cape (. 6 years ago on Google • 45 reviews
    Good food, good ambiance and surely you wont regret visiting this place. Only problem is their place is kind of small, they can only accomodate small number of guests. Overall, its a nice place for filipino food lovers.

  • 2/5 ronielson b. 4 months ago on Google • 23 reviews
    A bit overpriced for the quality and amount of serving. Our food had 2 different plastic debris which we reported separately but didnt receive any apologies nor was acknowledge by any kitchen staff Al fresco area is okay and staffs were attentive

  • 3/5 JJ L. 1 year ago on Google
    Very savoury the way most Filipino restaurants are. You'll see almost unlimited selection on goat dishes and beef servings thus the name "Kambak" a constriction of kambing and baka. The seafood listing is ample and a must try. But the house soup is very limited. You only get a single serving. Very well below expectations for a restaurant that prides itself for its kambing and baka dishes. The kambing kinigtot is a disappointment

  • 5/5 gidget s. 11 months ago on Google
    Nice to dine here before going to LA UNION proper ...wide array of native food... my husband and son loved their BULALO...

  • 4/5 aj t. 2 years ago on Google
    Viands are good for 2-3 persons making the price point quite affordable. Tried the Bistek Tagalog which is a best seller and was not disappointed.

  • 5/5 jhonmer t. 2 years ago on Google
    Perfect ilocano dishes. Perfect stop by resto when travelling north or vice versa.

  • 4/5 Jiroh Joy M. 2 years ago on Google
    The food is good. The place is ok. Needs a little bit more styling.

  • 5/5 carvie a. 2 years ago on Google
    love the food. satisfied after long drive you get to taste a local delicious food. will kambak!

  • 5/5 jhun s. 2 years ago on Google
    Delicious foods and comfortable.ambiance.


Call +63 918 293 2628 Open on Google Maps

Amenities


  • Parking
    • ✓️ Free parking lot
    • ✓️ Plenty of parking
  • Offerings
    • ✓️ Beer
    • ✓️ Coffee
    • ✓️ Alcohol
    • ✓️ Small plates
  • Accessibility
    • ✓️ Wheelchair-accessible seating
  • Dining options
    • ✓️ Lunch
    • ✓️ Brunch
    • ✓️ Dinner
    • ✓️ Dessert
    • ✓️ Seating
    • ✓️ Breakfast
  • Service options
    • ✓️ Dine-in
    • ✓️ Takeaway

Trends



Last updated:

Similar Restaurants nearby

Last updated:
()