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Holiday Specials at Ilustrado

Filipinos pride themselves when it comes to holiday season get-togethers with family, friends, colleagues, etc. They even try to outdo each other when it comes to discovering new goodies and delicious food finds.

And because Ilustrado Restaurant knows that delicious food is a special highlight of any get-together, it has a whole array of mouthwatering choices for everyone.


Delectable Tea Cookies and Brownies and Quezo de Bola Ensaimadas are just some of the holiday goodies Ilustrado has to offer. There are also Cake Squares with a selection of Baked Cheesecake, Chocolate Fudge, and Sans Rival, and the Artisan Holiday Boxes fittingly called "Christmas Morning," a selection of cookies, brownies, loose leaf tea and tablea chocolate. There's also the "Holiday Cheer" which is a graze box with Jamon Serrano, Chorizon, Stuffed Lychee with Roquefort and Pistachio, Chorizo Puffs, Spicy Cheeseball, Boursin Cheeseball, Chocolate Dipped Mangoes, Crostini and Pretzels, Mandarin Oranges, Marinated Tomatoes and Olives. These are really perfect for get-togethers are well as nice gifts.


Ilustrado also has some exciting choices for the cheese lover out there with homemade cheese wheels in Boursin, Pimiento, and Spicy Cheese. There's also some bottled goodies like Atsara, Moringga Pesto, Gourmet Tuyo and Chimichurri.


And to make your Noche Buena truly a memorable feast, Ilustrado offers selections such as: Twice Cooked Angus Beef Short Plate, Adobong Bagnet with Taba ng Talangka, Callos Madrilena, Kalderetang Kambing, Lengua con Setas, Hamon de Hacienda, Stuffed Chicken Ilustrado (ala Relleno), Pineapple Glazed Leg of Ham, and U.S. Prime Rib.

But wait, there's more: mouthwatering Ilustrado's Signature Paella (Meat or Seafood), Paella Marinara, Paella Negra, or Paella Bacalao. Noodles and pasta are also a holiday season staple for Filipinos so there's a selection of Classic Carbonara, Espanyola Filipino Spaghetti, Ilustrado (with shrimp, olive oil and paprika), Machito (tenderloin bits and mushroom), Palabok with Bagnet and Pata Pancit.


The holiday season is truly a wonderful time to host or attend get-togethers so bringing-in a box or two or even a special dish from Ilustrado Restaurant will be an additional treat to everyone.

For more details and how to place an order, you may visit or call:

Ilustrado Restaurant
744 General Luna Road
Intramuros, Manila
02- 527.3674

Cafe Ilustrado
4L SM Makati
Makati City
02-818.6760

Pasteleria Ilustrado
2L Alabang Town Center
Alabang, Muntinlupa City
0919-845.9503


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