Pat Pat’s Kansi: A Very Popular Ilonggo Recipe

Pat Pat’s Kansi prides itself by serving the popular Ilonggo soup for decades. Kansi is believed to be an Ilonggo dish made with beef shank and bone marrow. It’s distinct sour and savory soup it courtesy of batwan — fruit that is used as souring agents in Ilonggo cuisines.

The soup of kansi stands out from any other warm soup of the country because of the fruity kick.

Pat Pat’s Kansi Menu

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You can always choose from their bestsellers: kansi lawas (bulalo) and kansi unod (laman). Aside from their kansi offering, you can also order Ilonggo favorites such as dinuguan, sisig and all-day breakfast.

Pat Pat's Kansi Menu

What We Had

We had their best seller: kansi lawas.

Pat Pat's Lawas

They are also serving kansi unod same bowl, less the big bone.

We also had their boneless bangus paired our meal with rice and ice-cold softdrinks.

Pat Pat's Boneless Bangus

How to Get There

Pat Pat’s Kansi has a new home along Seminario Road in Jaro near Jaro Plaza. It is the block from RCBC bank and they are neighbors with Bavaria German Restaurant.

From the city proper area, the best jeepney to ride is Jaro Liko NFA or Jaro CPU and get off at the block of Metrobank (across RCBC).

Pat Pat’s Kansi has also their branch in Makati. For additional information on Jaro Branch, their phone number is (033) 329-12 98 and they are open from Monday to Saturday from 9:00 A.M.- 8:00 P.M.

To learn more about the other route, please see: Iloilo Jeepney Routes 2022

It is always a good idea to have this kind of meal but remember to have it moderately and always do some extra efforts to burn the extra calories. Stay happy and healthy.

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