On a budget? Try the meals at Iho de Pato – a new budget carinderia that serves affordable Lechon Kawali, Hungarian Sausages and their Longanisa that tastes just like the ones served at Jollibee. Most meals are just in the 45-55 peso range. Iho de Pato has a simple menu consisting of dishes that appeal to students.
Of course we had to go and check Iho de Pato out!
We tried most of them and although cheap, the food is decent and really good value for money. Here’s what we tried:
A popular Filipino favorite, Hungarian sausage is a little spicy with a savory meat flavor. Iho de Pato serves their sausages with mustard and rice for 56 pesos.
It’s not exactly 100% authentic but the low price point makes it an extremely good deal!
Pure beef seasoned with spices and served with a garlic mayo sauce. A great deal at 55 pesos.
This is Iho de Pato’s dish that is healthy and great value for money. Mix up everything with the provided spicy gochujang sauce. You’ll have a meal fit for a king at only 55 pesos. If you’re feeling extra hungry, add an extra rice!
This is the famous Longanisa sausages that makes Iho de Pato popular. It’s JUST 45 pesos for TWO big pieces, a sunny side up egg and rice. They taste just like the ones served in Jollibee’s breakfast meal – if you’ve had those, you know how good they are! Iho de Pato serves them all day.
I’m glad we got a huge platter of these – they taste so good!
They also accept deliveries in the University of Saint La Salle area vicinity. Call them now for orders!
Iho de Pato is located at 2467 CL Montelibano – Kamunsil St. Brgy. Villamonte, 6100 Bacolod City, Philippines, behind Nena’s Rose and Bacolod Gateway Dormitory. Telephone number: (034) 4329536 Open Mon-Sat 8am-9pm.