Quan Delicacies Bacolod
We Filipinos are well-known for our insatiable love for food. Aside from having the regular breakfast, lunch, and dinner, most of us also have snacks in between those meals.
Perhaps no other type of snack foods are as popular to us Pinoys as the kakanin. Usually sold by a Bilao-carrying vendor making rounds around the neighborhood, these kakanins are delicious home-cooked desserts that are very affordable at the same time.
In Bacolod City, you don’t have to wait for that elusive seller just to get a dose of these traditional Pinoy merienda staples. You can have them any time of the day if you will check out Quan Delicacies.
Owned by Tita Agnes Aguirre Cuenca and managed by her daughter Chole Cuenca Chua, Quan has established itself as a favorite food shop for many in Bacolod.
Whether you are looking forward to having a quick Merienda with your barkada or are planning to bring home a pasalubong for your loved ones, Quan is absolutely the ultimate destination for anyone craving for homegrown (and even a few foreign) treats.
Kakanin and More…
First off, Quan is home to the best selling Napoleones – basically a bite-sized Pinoy croissant filled with sugar glazing and custard cream. If you are someone with a sweet tooth, then it will be very easy for you to like this one.
Another famous Visayan snack here is the Silvana. This yummy and chewy kakanin have captivated the taste of both the young and old.
Other Quan offerings you will likely enjoy include the Bibingka, Empanada, Kalamay-Hati, Kutsinta, Panara, Sapin-Sapin, Suman Pandan and many more.
Love foreign-inspired snacks? Well, they have a wide variety of selections for you too, ranging from brownies and walnut bars, to Chicken Pies and Pepper Rolls, to lasagnas and tarts.
Want Some Heavy Meals?
If you feel like devouring something heavier, you can instead go order a Palabok which is, of course, best enjoyed with a glass of ice cold Coke as your beverage.
Or you can ask for a Pork Dinuguan and have it with several pieces of Puto on the side. The contrast between the sweetness and sourness will definitely leave a thrilling delight in your mouth. Customers and bloggers alike have heavily praised Quan’s take on this popular dish for its unique taste and texture. In fact, some are claiming that this is the best Dinuguan they’ve tasted in Bacolod.
Puto at Dinuguan (my personal favorite)
Store Locations and Contact Info
Quan has several branches in Bacolod and Talisay. In fact, they’re pretty ubiquitous when you are in the area.
- MC Metroplex, Northdrive – Tel. (034)4339987 or 7090677
- La Salle Avenue – Tel. (034)4346379 or 7085055
- Lopues San Sebastian – Tel. (034)4351113
- Lopues Araneta – Tel. (034)4356559
- Gaisano Araneta – Tel. (034) 7078440
- Lopues East – Tel. (034) 7089095
- Robinsons Supermarket – Tel. (034)4761518
- Metro Gaisano (The District North Point)
- MANILA BRANCH: 1797 Dian St. Palanan, Makati – Tel. (02)8335843
There’s nothing like a having a scrumptious homegrown snack or dish from a food shop that knows how to cook it right.
Go visit Quan now with your family or friends and enjoy a wonderful time for a cheap price. You will definitely be surprised with how tasty and how affordable their offerings are. So don’t hesitate to drop by to see for yourself!
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The Negros Bloggers with Ms. Agnes Aguirre Cuenca and daughter Ms. Chole Cuenca Chua,
These foods all look so good, and I’m so hungry as I have no breakfast or lunch. I would love to travel to be able to experience these delicacies!
Thanks for sharing such an informative post! 🙂