Fused with a mixture of savors, Ilonggos take pride to showcase their one-of-a-kind dishes! Iloilo food culture always finds ways to innovate and make a twist of a certain dish. Traditional Ilonggo gastronomy has been well-maintained, until now, tourists have been visiting Iloilo for these. With the help of Iloilo Blog, discover unique Ilonggo dishes, delicacy specialties, and traditional authentic Pinoy cuisines.

Local Flavors comprise of home-grown Ilonggo pastries, native cuisines, province’s signature dishes with a twist, and more of the pride foods of Iloilo. You can’t visit Iloilo and then go home without savoring the flavors of the province. From soups to seafood to desserts to pastries – Ilonggo gastronomy will satisfy your hungry stomach beyond expectations! Taste the hidden food fulfillment of the heart of the Philippines, where you might find your personal comfort food or a new favorite. Nothing is more blissful than indulging great food, come and treat yourself in Iloilo!

The Best Batchoy Houses in Iloilo to Feel the Warmth of the Ilonggos’ Love
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The Best Batchoy Houses in Iloilo to Feel the Warmth of the Ilonggos’ Love

Iloilo is famous for a lot of things. High up on the list is the world-famous event, Dinagyang. Not too far behind is the food, of course. And…

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What to Eat: 7 Must-Try Street Food in Iloilo City
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What to Eat: 7 Must-Try Street Food in Iloilo City

Is it your first time in Iloilo City? Or maybe you’re one of the few people who’s never actually given street food in Iloilo City the full credit…

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Pies Surprise: The Home of Mouth-watering Pies in Arevalo, Villa
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Pies Surprise: The Home of Mouth-watering Pies in Arevalo, Villa

Are you looking for a good place to sit down, have a casual meal, and order takeout pies to take home to your family, relatives, and friends? Let’s…

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Roberto’s: Palace of The Queen Siopao
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Roberto’s: Palace of The Queen Siopao

Along the busy JM Basa Street in the heritage district of Downtown Iloilo City is the iconic Roberto’s Restaurant. It has been one of the oldest and most…

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Tinapayan: Iloilo’s Prominent Bakeshop
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Tinapayan: Iloilo’s Prominent Bakeshop

Iloilo has been nestled with homegrown bakeshops with their own unique specialties. And, Tinapayan has delighted Ilonggos for decades now. Tinapayan – in Hiligaynon, literally means bakeshop or…

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Buho Bakery – Bakery with an Iconic Hole on the Wall
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Buho Bakery – Bakery with an Iconic Hole on the Wall

Iloilo is continuously becoming progressive, fancy restaurants, insta-worthy diners, and international coffee shops are now be found anywhere in the city. As an Aklanon, it still interests me…

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LoCo: Local Coffee – Coffee with a Mission
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LoCo: Local Coffee – Coffee with a Mission

International coffee shops have been emerging around Iloilo, like Starbucks and Tom N Toms. To promote local coffee sources, not just in Iloilo but within the entire Panay…

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Balasan’s Pride Delicacy: Bibingka
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Balasan’s Pride Delicacy: Bibingka

Aside from the famous tasty lechon, Balasan also offers tourists one of their delicacies prides – Bibingka. Balasan’s bibingka is one of the best in the Philippines. You…

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Biscocho Haus: One-stop Ilonggo Pasalubong Shop
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Biscocho Haus: One-stop Ilonggo Pasalubong Shop

Biscocho Haus has been catering to locals and travelers venturing the Metropolitan and Province of Iloilo for more than thirty years now. They are accessible in their branches…

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Camiña Balay na Bato: History and Gastronomy of Iloilo
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Camiña Balay na Bato: History and Gastronomy of Iloilo

Standing still at Osmeña Street, Villa Arevalo Iloilo City, a grandeur well-preserved heritage house influenced with European touches – Camiña Balay na Bato. The ancestral house was built…

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