My favorite spot whenever I miss a good bowl of batchoy. My wife introduced me to this place and I've been coming back for more ever since.
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I'm from Iloilo and nothing beats the most favorite dish of Ilonggo's....batchoy!!! The tasty soup and yummy noodles with meat and chicharon will satisfy your tummy. One meal on the budget. Craving for this everytime im away from home. You got to try! 😊👍
As a visitor of Iloilo, batchoy is one of the local must try dishes. I was not disappointed at Ted's. Unlike the other chain, they offer options on the type of noodles. Though slightly more expensive. The soup base is also not as salty. They too offer a variety of non-noodle meals. The staff are attentive and friendly.
They say when you go to Iloilo, Batchoy is a must try. After our side trip to Guimaras, We eagerly went to Ted's Lapaz Batchoy. we all ordered a bowl of la paz batchoy and pandesal, i was expecting something special on the taste, but nothing extra ordinary. We should have ordered small bowls only. We also tried the lomi,... More
My wife who is a native from Iloilo City wanted me to try Batchoy and Ted's is one of her favorites. I love many Filipino foods but this is not one of them. She assured me that this was the best, so it's the best. I managed to eat about a fourth of the Batchoy and she finished the rest... More
Just last September when I went to Iloilo for business transactions I drop by in Teds Batchoy "BATCHOY" is actually one of the specialty food of Iloilo. Hmmps! I love the "sabaw" and the homemade "pancit" Ive thought "PUTO" (rice cake) is good with Dinuguan only but Wooow! it was amazing with Batchoy.. Anyway There are lots of branches of... More
I thought I'll have better taste of Ted's batchoy in Iloilo but it's just the same. Nothing extra ordinary but I believe it's still one of Ilonggo's pride. Highly recommended during rainy days
A must in iloilo. The aroma, the taste--- so yummy. Plus, don't forget to have some yummy "puto" (a rice cake delicacy) which is so tasty, nothing can compare too.
Me and my Papa's Favorite! This is one of our bonding get away of my papa when we get to Iloilo.. Although I've seen the price increase but still its worthy to be called as one of Ilonggo's pride.
I had never had batchoy before but when my fiance and me came to Iloilo she insisted that we had to eat at Ted's because in her opinion that is where the best batchoy is found. I really enjoyed the food there and we ate there 3 times during the week we were in Iloilo. I highly recommend it.
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