I believe Filipino cuisine should be highlighted and made even more popular now. With all the history and different gastronomical emotions behind each food, the world is lucky to taste it. I was telling a friend that Pinoy desserts are underrated but deserves to be on a centerstage of its own. The variety of “kakanins” (sweet delicacies), pastries, and breads we have to offer, there is just a lot to share to the world.

This was affirmed when I came across Senyor Juan, the home of the original and espesyal Suman Latik which offers it’s distinct Suman taste and variety of flavors! Yes, aside from the original Suman Latik we love, they put a modern twist on it by offering different flavors such as Chocolate, Langka, Leche Flan and much more!

And boy, it is sooo good! My officemate who does not eat Suman at all, was glad to taste their Langka and Leche flan flavors.
Each store or kiosk of #SenyorJuan offers the variety of Suman and refreshing drinks! The Mangosteen and Dalandan flavors of their juices compliment the food they offer. Super good combo!
In addition, they also offer Kapeng Barako and Chocolate Tablea which can be equally great alternatives for the partner drink of the flavorful suman.

Have you tried #SenyorJuan Suman Latik lately? Loved their Espesyal Langka (the one with Ube toppings) and Espesyal Leche Flan (the one with nuts)!! I love it! Definitely the good old Suman Latik with a tasty twist.

They’re good for pasalubong too. Let your family and friends try it! 

Go to the nearest #SenyorJuan now:
SM Mall of Asia | SM North Edsa | Market Market| Robinsons Metro East | Starmall Alabang | SM Center Las Pinas | SM Sta Rosa | Pavilion Mall Binan | Central Mall, Salitran Dasmarinas | SouthPark Alabang | SM San Lazaro | SM Southmall | SM Sta. Mesa | Porta Vaga Mall, Baguio | Waltermart Carmona | SM City Batangas | 500 Shaw Zentrum | Dasmarinas Branch | SM Lipa


Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post by Senyor Juan in exchange for the review. All opinions on my experience are still mine. 


  • Mica de Leon

    June 23, 2017 at 2:25 am Reply

    I eat suman but not much of a fan, it depends on how soft and tasty the suman is. It’s cool that they have a branch in SM Sta. Rosa. Closest to me. I still like to try them out when I visit the mall. I think I’ll go for the one with ube and macapuno. Yung dalandan super like ko yan, hahaha.

  • Mommy Queenelizabeth

    July 1, 2017 at 12:39 pm Reply

    I love suman! Like i can eat it everyday! Senyor Juan just opened here in a local mall near us recently and i git to try their suman specialty. The one with ube macapuno and it was so so good! My daughter loves it too!

  • Berlin | Momi Berlin

    July 11, 2017 at 2:11 pm Reply

    Wow. Would love to try the suman latik. Checked their branches and luckily they have in sm north edsa. Would really one to have one. And the dalandan juice seems like a nice pairing for the suman latik.

  • Clarice of My Metro Lifestyle

    July 11, 2017 at 3:34 pm Reply

    This is so good. I hope they open one in Bacolod. After reading this post, I am now craving for suman latik.

  • Maria

    July 12, 2017 at 7:10 am Reply

    I never thought I would read about suman from a blogger! I used to think that suman was only eaten and patronized by people who are from the province or living the province. It’s such a nice thing that the people behind Senyor Juan made this shop available to almost anyone. One thing’s for sure, that when I feel homesick, I will buy some suman from them!

  • Amila Wickramarachchi

    July 12, 2017 at 7:56 am Reply

    Though I haven’t tried Filipino food yet,I came across many dishes recently through the blogs.These all posts make me interesting to try Filipino food.I will sure check for a restaurant in Singapore which offers Filipino food.I am sure we will like all such mouthwatering dishes!

  • theresa

    July 12, 2017 at 2:11 pm Reply

    I tried this at SM Pampanga once. I liked it a lot. When I was pregnant, this is one of my comfort food. But sadly, when we visited there about a week ago, I can’t seem to find it anywhere on its last location. I wonder if they closed it down already.

  • Milton Coyne

    July 12, 2017 at 6:33 pm Reply

    oh my… unfortunately they don’t have an outlet here in SM Bacoor… I am a big fan of Suman and Latik is my favorite sawsawan for suman too.. I should look for Senyor Juan in my next visit to MOA haha..that one with ube toppings made me drool 🙂

  • Indrani

    July 13, 2017 at 11:09 am Reply

    Filipino cuisine is one I haven’t tried till today. Never got the opportunity. The dishes you mentioned left me drooling. Very well captured to trigger hunger. 😛 🙂

  • Johna

    July 13, 2017 at 2:02 pm Reply

    Looks good! I love filipino dessert a lottttt. Wish they had a branch near me so I could try it out👌

  • Irma Jašarević

    July 14, 2017 at 1:17 pm Reply

    Filipino cuisine is awesome and I am its biggest fan. But I must admit I have not tried many Filipino sweets. This looks very, very nice and it makes me wanna try it right now. I am not sure where to get it though but I will have to find a place that serves it ASAP.

  • Me-An Clemente

    July 15, 2017 at 3:21 am Reply

    I’ve tried a similar thing with a different brand. But that still looks delicious! And it’s great as a pasalubong. I quite agree with you as well that the mangosteen and dalandan drinks go well. They temper the sweetness of the kakanin.

  • Veronica P.

    July 15, 2017 at 7:05 am Reply

    I spent some time in the Philippines but I couldn’t find the right spots with good food. It was either European or fast food. I need a guide like you to guide me through all the delicacies that your cuisine has to offer.

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