KISU is an acronym for “Kapehan sa Kilid Suba” which means “coffee shop beside the river” in English. It offers Ilonggos a different venue to enjoy a cup a coffee. The place targets more those who are riding their bicycles and motorcycles. But everyone is welcome to stop over.
They call their parking space as “halayan” and the parked bikes as “hinalay”. In Hiligaynon, hinaláy means laundry put out in the sun to dry is called but in Tagalog hinálay means abused, violated, or raped.
For guide, here are the coffee pricing:
50php iced coffee
20php brewed coffee
20php toasted bread
They also offer meals like sandwich and palabok and they sell coffee mugs and other stuff. They also serve silog meals and rice meals like sisig.
What You Can Have
Basically, coffee and bread. But you can also order quick snacks.
How to Get There
This kapehan is located at CPU FA Heritage Ville, Pavia, Iloilo. As mentioned, it is quite challenging to reach the area if you are not riding your bike or motorcycle. For commuters, you can ride Pavia jeepneys from the terminal and follow the map provided.
If you really can’t really find your way, this is the location in Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/HsCVTnkeE7FJtpCj7