Lazy Susan is probably one of the boldest food places in Iloilo City to offer Taiwanese food. While it has its roots in China and Chinese foods are pretty famous in the city, to provide something “Taiwan” (other than milk tea) is sort of a gamble.
Ilonggos are travelers and welcoming to foreign foods opening up. While not everyone has the resource to be in Taiwan, we are thankful for Ilonggo entrepreneurs who risk enough to let us have a bite of what these flavors could taste like.
Behind the Logo and the Name
The beautiful woman in the logo is the mother of the owner. She is Taiwanese, and her name is Susan. But she is not lazy. Lazy Susan is the owner’s treasured memory of their table with literal ‘lazy susan’ because her mother likes to eat, and their table is filled with food. All they need to do is to spin the lazy susan at their table and pick what they want to eat.
Lazy Susan Menu
Lazy Susan is starting small and humble. Their staple is their bao and Sichuan noodles. They are expanding to offer more dishes like pineapple tarts and dumplings.
For a quick reference, here are what their SM Food Hall branch offers:
What We Had
We had Sichuan spicy noodles, barbeque bao, and dumplings. All these are so appealing especially if you want to have the most intense mix of flavors.
Every bite is a firework that bursts flavors of spice, salty, overall savory and peppery goodness.
How to Get There
This branch of Lazy Susan is located inside SM City Iloilo. You can find it in the SM City Food Hall area. This is in the old Healthy Kitchen area, beside Pub Express.
The following are the best possible rides you can take when going to SM City:
Lazy Susan is best both for dine-in or takeaways. Go ahead, let us stuff our face with other delicacies Taiwan has to offer, aside from milk tea.