Iloilo Food Trip

Iloilo Food Trip


I just have around one week to stay in Iloilo so I would like to dedicate a lot of time eating as that’s an activity I missed doing here. This is also a way to tour Jessa around Iloilo and eat at the same time.

Iloilo Food Trip Promenade Mousse

The Promenade @ Days Hotel Iloilo

(see my other post on Promenade)

Iloilo Food Trip Promenade Cheese Iloilo Food Trip Promenade Cheese 2 Iloilo Food Trip Promenade Pistou Soup

Iloilo Food Trip Promenade Sushi Bar Iloilo Food Trip Promenade Suhis 2 Iloilo Food Trip Promenade Viands

Iloilo Food Trip Promenade Dessert Iloilo Food Trip Promenade Kiwi Iloilo Food Trip Promenade Blueberry Cheesecake

This is first stop of my Iloilo Food Trip. We had a buffet dinner at the Promenade and aside from the lengua (ox tongue), a few roast beef slices and grilled fish selection, I was looking forward to their dessert selection which I believe was the highlight of their buffet. I must add that I like their food presentation.

Iloilo Food Trip Tatoys Liempo

Tatoy’s Manokan and Seafood

(see my other post on Tatoy’s)

Iloilo Food Trip Tatoys Lechon Iloilo Food Trip Tatoys Lechon Manok

Iloilo Food Trip Tatoys Bangus Iloilo Food Trip Tatoys Nylon Shell Soup

Always a belly buster and one of my favorite places to eat in Iloilo. Their boneless bangus has been my favorite ever since and for today, we tried their liempo and it was surprisingly good! I went home with a bulging stomach as usual.

Iloilo Food Trip Bibingka


The 3rd on the list would be the Bibingka. We were at Jaro Cathedral when I spotted some street vendors selling it. Bibingka is a sweet snack made of coconut and it cost PHP20 for 6pcs. I missed this as the bibingka sold in Manila looks and tastes different.

Iloilo Food Trip Decos Extra Lapaz Batchoy

Deco’s Lapaz Batchoy

After Jaro, we went to Lapaz and ate at Deco’s in Gaisano. We can proudly say that we have eaten the La Paz Batchoy because we were eating batchoy at La Paz District. I requested for an extra egg to be placed on the batchoy and it reduced the saltiness of the soup. Due to this, we enjoyed our batchoy meal with pandesal. Very yummy and stomach filling!

The batchoy would be the last stop of our Iloilo Food Trip… but only for this post as we have just started on our journey. Look out for my next post on Uncle Tom’s.

Till next time,



4F The Atrium Mall Gen Luna St., Iloilo City

Tatoy’s Manokan and Seafoods Restaurant
Sto. Nino Sur, Arevalo, Iloilo City

Deco’s Lapaz Batchoy
Gaisano City, Ground Floor, Luna St., La Paz, Iloilo City

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4 thoughts on “Iloilo Food Trip

  1. Tatoy’s lechon manok the best!

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