I can still remember the time when mom first brought Rosalie's suman and bibingka home. I've always been the type to love all sorts of kakanin... but this was something else. At the first bite, I wanted to lamon, or eat everything in the pack. How can suman taste that good?
Look at all the things they have!
Among its specialties are Green Suman, Bibingka, which is topped with their very own coconut milk sauce concoction. Also available are sweet treats like the famed Silvanas from Dumaguete, homemade atchara, and even taho! There's sapin-sapin, biko, puto, minatamis na garbansos and beans, leche flan, fruit salad, kutsinta, cassava cake, biko, jalaya or halaya (ube), tikoy and a whole lot more.
Below are our faves from this kakanin heaven!
Sans Rival Silvanas
Yñigo is a big fan of this. He would sneak to our ref, get the box, and open it on his own to devour the sweet goodness of silvanas.
Before, we had to order online or through our friends / acquaintances that would frequent Dumaguete. Nice to know its here!
Price: P 265+ / box
The famous Rosalie's Suman
This sweet treat is just packed with coconut shavings, smokey "latik" and pandan essence. Perfect when warmed, this snack will definitely put a smile on your face.
Price: P 130 / pack
We never knew this snack ever existed until we saw it with our own eyes. Smokey, Sweet and Bitter all at the same time, this will surely leave you wanting more.
With so many varieties to choose from; some with coconut, some with pinipig, some in different flavors and some that leave you nostalgic; this assortment of rice treats will leave your eyes wandering and your stomach grumbling for hours.
That's basically it. We live an hour away from this place so if anyone wants to go with for a suman run or just check out all the Filipino snacks, delicacies and other yummy stuff they have there, lets go to Rosalie's Bibingka.