Mestizo is a modern Spanish, Mexican and Filipino-inspired restaurant in Iloilo City. This is where you can get premium tacos, burritos, tapas, brunch and more. The restaurant is another food brand by Emilion.
There are already few places to have some of these Southern American delights and it is good to have something fresh to try.
As mentioned, it is a combination of Spanish, Mexican and Filipino food. You will have a good option to choose from. What is best about here is the pricing. Surprisingly, it is not as expensive as other restaurants in the metro offering the same meals. They also have selections of coffee, dessert and wine.
What We Had
We had a good combination of paella, negra paella,chipotlr honey lime wings, gambas, cups of coffee and we had “turnt” basque for dessert.
How to Get There
This restaurant is located along General Luna Street at Roadhouse Building. This is just beside JD Burger Project and JD Bakery Cafe. Commuters can ride jeepney like SM City Proper or SM Mandurriao from SM City and Diversion Road areas. Those who are from Oton or Arevalo areas can ride Villa Mohon or Baybay. Those who are from Molo can ride Baluarte derecho and those from Mandurriao can ride Tabucan Mandurriao – all going to the city.
For those who are from Jaro or La Paz may ride Jaro Liko NFA and LaPaz jeepney and can get off at corner Jalandoni-General Luna Streets and walk a little.
Aside from the indoor setup, Mestizo has also an extended outdoor area which is facing the Iloilo River and where the new Iloilo Esplanade is stretching. You may drop by the area if you want to grab some snacks or drinks after you walk or jog.