Fiesta!

Fiesta!

If you are a collector of shirts that bear the names of places you visit, you must not miss the stalls of Fiesta! Favorite Souvenir shop at SM City Iloilo and Robinson’s Place Iloilo. Some of these items are also displayed under the Kultura Filipino section inside the...
Madge Cafe

Madge Cafe

Coffee-drinking has become part of almost every Filipino’s morning and afternoon rituals. And that Ilonggo’s authentic,-native-brewed coffee of Madge, whose concoction dates back to pre-war times, is now available at Atria Park District, Butlak at Diversion Road and...
Deocampo Barquillos

Deocampo Barquillos

Another store you can get siopao, biscocho, and barquillos to take home with you is Deocampo Barquillos. Their pinasugbo (sugarcoated fried banana strips) is definitely a must-try. Source: Bangero, H. (2016). Iloilo Delicacies and Pasalubong You Shouldn’t Miss....
Margec’s Cream Horn

Margec’s Cream Horn

Cream Horn, which is puff pastry shaped like a horn and filled with cream, has become the latest popular treat of Ilonggos for their loved ones who live outside the province. And the best cream horn in town can be bought at Margec’s Cream Horn in Jaro. Cream Horn...
Roberto’s

Roberto’s

On average, thousands of siopao’s are produced daily by Roberto’s. Ilonggos flock the sole branch of the restaurant to satisfy their craving for regular, jumbo, queen- and king-sized siopao stuffed with pork or chicken adobo, longganisa, ham, bacon, and egg. There is...
Deco’s Pasalubong Center

Deco’s Pasalubong Center

Deco’s La Paz Batchoy is still contending with Ted’s Old Timer La Paz Batchoy and Netong’s as to whose batchoy is the original. But it doesn’t really matter anymore; they are all delicious and their versions of this noodle soup garnished with pork organs and pork...