Theresa’s Bakeshop: Local Store, Premium Sandwiches

Theresa’s Bakeshop serves homestyle brunch and premium sandwiches. For those who loves to their own grocery, Theresa’s breads are often found in our favorite supermarkets.

As a perfect time to level-up, this homegrown bakery is now ready to serve the locals not just bread in packs but brunch sandwiches, salad bowls and drinks.
There is a decent number of stores in Iloilo selling this Korean egg drop sandwiches and Theresa is one of the good places to grab one.

Theresa Bakeshop Sandwiches

Korean egg drop sandwich is a combination of fluffy scrambled eggs, crisp pieces of bacon, or your meat of choice, melted cheese, your choice of greens and then all wrapped together in a buttery toast topped with sweet and creamy sauce.

Thankfully, we can now enjoy this scrumptious sandwich fit for our taste made with local ingredients.

See also: List of Restaurants in Iloilo City

Theresa’s Bakeshop Menu

Theresa’s Bakeshop does not only sell premium sandwiches but also salad bowls, sides and drinks.

Theresa Bakeshop Menu Sides

Theresa Bakeshop Menu Sandwiches

Theresa Bakeshop Menu Drinks

Theresa Bakeshop Menu Brunch Sandwiches

What We Had

We had Traditional Spam and Egg and the Salmon Cream Cheese.

Theresa Traditional Spam and Egg
Theresa Traditional Spam and Egg
Theresa Salmon and Cream Cheese
Theresa Salmon and Cream Cheese

How to Get There

Their bakeshop is in Jaime Street in Jaro. If you are commuting, you can either get off in Robinsons Jaro if you are in E. Lopez Street side and in Collegio de San Jose block if you are to get off along Commission Civil Street.

You can ride Jaro CPU, Jaro CPU Ungka and Jaro Liko NFA and get off at Robinsons Jaro.

Other options are riding a Leganes and Jaro Liko Tagbak Terminal and get off in the block of Collegio de San Jose.

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

Aside from Korean-inspired sandwiches, you can also order classic Theresa’s bread. Or these packed goodies are also great for pasalubong and take-out to your friends.

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