Ilonggos can enjoy a bowl of hot and steamy delicious Deco’s La Paz Batchoy in a clean, convenient and vibrant environment in its Valeria Branch, Iloilo City. Located at La Salette Building, Deco’s Valeria features an eat-and-watch design wherein customers can see their batchoy being prepared at the counter. Its […]
The father of all batchoy is Federico “Deco” Guillergan, Sr. The history of batchoy dates back to the years before the second World War broke out. It was Deco, a butcher who worked at the La Paz market, who gave birth to what is now known as La Paz Batchoy, […]
Lola Di is a homegrown eatery located at Barotac Nuevo Iloilo where you can get a bowl of delicious batchoy. It was established in the 1973 and also known as “Anayan” in Barotac Nuevo (inside the Market). Every meal they are serving is carefully prepared and cooked with the finest […]
Batchoyan ni Jasmin is one place you must check out if you are a batchoy fan. They don’t have a branch in the city yet so you have to make a little effort to check their place at Ilawod, Sta. Barbara. Because the place is being visited by a lot […]
Ted’s Oldtimer LaPaz Batchoy is one name that you should remember when it comes to the name batchoy. It has been serving the Ilonggo community since 1945. Through the years, it has slowly expanded its reach, beginning to put up branches in other provinces of the country – and even […]
When we say Iloilo, we think can immediately think about Batchoy. We are such a batchoy haven and we love soup (kaldo) dearly. In every corner of the city, you can almost found an eatery serving variety of warm soup – arroz caldo, kansi, pancit molo or batchoy. In Mandurriao […]
*This is an appreciation post for Netong’s Atria for sponsoring 12 bowls of original La Paz Batchoy for Unlideals Mahika.* When we say Iloilo, it means Batchoy and when we say Batchoy, it should be Netong’s. This is indeed the home of the original La Paz Batchoy. We are very […]
The perfect time of the day to take a sip of Batchoy’s soup is when the raindrops start to kiss the busy street of the city. In the home of the delicious Batchoy, you can almost find a spot in every corner of the street.