Tortang Ipon refers to a Filipino dish, particularly of the Ilocos Region of the Philippines made of very tiny fish called "Ipon" that come out for two (2) weeks after the full moon during the "ber" months, as in September , October and so on. Tortang Ipon is made by cooking these tiny fish with beaten egg, then fried. It simply means Omelette with "Ipon". Ipon is a prized fish from the Ilocos and Cagayan Valley Region of the Philippines, but it is also found in Southern Region and it is called Dulong. Ipon is actually fries of the Goy fish or in some instances, the fries of the Anchovy. It is calles "Silver fish" in English. (Please see article about Ipon)

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