Felicia’s Pastry Cafe

Today was a grand day for the Bacolod food hunters.  They were meeting P.G for lunch.

After finishing our siopao and snacking on a Lan Ten kikiam that Martin had bought for the occasion, The newly appointed Bacolod Food Hunter and P.G. headed for Felicia’s Pastry on 6th street.

Felicias at 6th street

Felicia's at 6th street

Felicia’s just opened recently.  This little shop is so simple and unassuming that Martin thought it was a boutique.  However upon entering, Martin immediately liked the warm and cozy interior.  But it’s not the seating that will catch your eye. It’s Felicia’s beautiful cake display that will make one gasp in amazement.

Felicia's warm and cozy interior

P.G. chose a table and he told me that the callos that they serve is excellent.  We were still full from the siopao so we opted for Felicia’s desserts.

We had three desserts out of the many beautiful treats Felicia’s had to offer.

A dessert they called cookies and cream! Delicious!

A dessert they called cookies and cream! Delicious!

A brightly colored dessert just begging to be eaten

A brightly colored dessert just begging to be eaten

Mocha Caramel! This dish is a must try.

Mocha Caramel! This dish is a must try.

These desserts are so CUTE!!

The Coffee orange caramels are so cute!

Luscious Banana Cream Pies

Luscious Banana Cream Pies

We had the cookies and cream, the chocolate caramel and the Dulce De Leche.

P.G. loved their exquisite Dulce de Leche and was all smiles while eating it.  It was silky smooth and exquisite. It tasted like the finest cheesecake.  Martin had never eaten anything like it.

Dulce De Leche

Dulce De Leche

After that most delicious dessert, The Bacolod Food hunters knew that they would certainly be coming back to this cafe to try everything including the much talked about callos and sans rival.

Felicia’s is truly one of the best sweet and pastry shops in Bacolod.  Give it a try. The portions are reasonably priced and the cafe atmosphere is comfortable and relaxing.   The desserts are fresh and not stale unlike a certain other well known pastry shop in Bacolod. (which Martin thinks is overrated.)

Thanks P.G!



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15 Comments on “Felicia’s Pastry Cafe”

  1. jc
    January 23, 2009 at 1:14 am #

    try their rhum cake. very nice!

  2. cecilia yuthasastrakosol
    March 6, 2009 at 9:23 am #

    I love the pili turron as well… a must try!

  3. jc
    September 1, 2009 at 1:46 am #

    it would be nice if you can also post their conact info and address. 🙂

  4. October 5, 2009 at 3:24 pm #

    their chocolate cake is the best!

  5. Kat
    December 8, 2010 at 4:55 am #

    Do they deliver cakes within bacolod?

  6. katrina
    February 8, 2011 at 3:13 am #

    hi… do you have candied apples? the chocolate coated one? thnx

  7. Ray
    May 24, 2011 at 12:11 pm #

    Felicia’s pastry is a great place to try out some delicious desserts! The place is little bland, however. It needs color that would coordinate with the pastries. Pink walls with copper accessories would look terrific. I also had lunch at Felicia’s Steakhouse – nothing earthshaking really! The service needs a little work. In fact, when we walked in, I had to go next door to get someone to help us with our order. It is way too overpriced for a service that is not that great.

  8. rage
    August 9, 2011 at 8:25 am #

    @ Ray – With due respect, “pink walls with copper accessories”?

    • Jayjay
      October 16, 2011 at 5:19 am #


  9. Looking4Places4MyDate
    October 16, 2011 at 2:28 pm #

    How much yung average price ng isang cake dito? 🙂

  10. GoodCakeBadServiceHater
    August 2, 2013 at 1:34 pm #

    Very Very Delicious Cakes! but Service is very very very bad. Grbe tlga crave ko to eat at felicia’s because most of my friends told me that they have the most delicious cakes and Bacolod so me and my cousin tried to eat there. D talaga kami inentertain tapos napakasungit pa ng cashier and crew. Akala nga namin kami lang yung pinagsusungitan kase d sosyal yung getup namin pro pati pala yung sa katabing seat namin tanong nang tanong kung anu dw ba yung msarap na cake, iniisnob isnob lang. Tsaka kaht na d sosyal yung getup namn we know naman na may karapatan kaming iserve nang mabuti because we are their customers and Hello ? Kakain ba kami jan pag d nameen afford? Kaht nga yung mga matatanda pinagsusungitan nila. Ewan ko lng kung iba jan nakakarelate.

  11. joy
    September 25, 2013 at 6:49 pm #

    i vote for felicia’s over calea, hands down, when it comes to product texture, flavor etc. totally agree with other comments here too regarding service. crew is super snooty !! they should learn that these days, non-sosyal looking customers have just as much or perhaps more purchasing power than the old rich of bacolod, many of whom are now nouveau poor.

  12. January 20, 2014 at 6:00 am #

    it would be nice if you post prices along with the food for reference. thanks

  13. February 20, 2014 at 1:50 pm #

    I have now reaf about two dozen reviews on Felicia’s and not one mention of steak!

    • Martin Banana
      February 20, 2014 at 1:51 pm #

      Maybe steak isn’t Felicia’s strong points then?

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