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Holiday Tienda Treats from Ilustrado

Holiday feast should be special since it is the most awaited time of the year and what more perfect than Ilustrado's special holiday food-to-go?

There are a lot of house specialties to choose from such as Callos Madrillena, Palabok Negra with Crispy Calamares, Paella Ilustrado, Twice Cooked Angus Been Shortplate, Christmas Turkey, Adobong Bagnet with Taba ng Talangka, Cochinillo, and a whole lot more.


Of course, we all know that feasting is not complete without some scrumptious desserts. Have your fill of Baked Cheesecake, Christmas Eggnog Cake, Chocolate Fudge Cake, flavored brownies, cookies, and breads.


There are also choices of homemade dips, delis and dressings like Boursin Cheese Spread, Spicy Cheeseball, Chimichurri, Malunggay Pesto and the traditional Atsara and Bagoong which is perfect pair for pica-pica spread or better yet, as gifts.


Ilustrado
744 General Luna Road
Intramuros, Manila
(02) 5273674

Cafe Ilustrado
4th Level SM Makati
(02) 8186760

Pasteleria Ilustrado
2L Alabang Town Center
0919-8459503

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