Suman is a rice cake that originated in the Philippines. It is a Filipino staple food that is usually seen whenever you visit a  province in the Philippines. It is eaten during breakfast and “merienda” or light snack during late morning or mid afternoon. It is usually sold on public markets and terminals making it one of the famous “pasalubong” of Filipinos.
Suman Latik of Senyor Juan.
Suman is made of glutinous rice cooked in coconut milk and wrapped in “buri” or banana leaf. Suman is usually eaten with sugar  and  “latik” or caramelized coconut cream.
Today suman can be savored even when you are in Metro Manila, thanks to Senyor Juan.
Senyor Juan and Suman Latik with a twist.
Senyor Juan aims to make Suman Latik known, available and affordable to Filipinos. Suman of Senyor Juan are prepared with good quality and served with a twist.
Suman Latik readily available for Filipinos.
Senyor Juan has three varieties of Suman – Suman Latik, Espesyal and Fried Suman. Among all the this varieties Travel Eat Pinas’ favorite fall under the Espesyal Suman Latik.
Espesyal Ube Macapuno Suman Latik is served with a suman drizzled with latik and topped with macapuno and thick chunks of ube halaya.
The ube halaya is creamy and sweet while the Macapuno  has the right sweetness. The two harmoniously blend with the suman and latik. Espesyal Ube Macapuno costs Php 69.00.
Espesyal Leche Flan Suman Latik is served with a slice of suman drizzled with latik and topped with creamy leche flan and roasted peanuts.
This suman tastes creamy and at the same time full of texture coming from the roasted peanuts. Espesyal Leche Flan Suman Latik costs Php 69.00.

Espesyal Manga Suman Latik is served with a suman drizzled with latik and topped with slices of Mangoes and roasted peanuts.
The sweetness of mango and the latik blends perfectly with the suman while the peanuts added texture to it. Espesyal Manga Suman Latik  costs Php 69.00

Aside from Espesyal and Fried Suman Latik, Senyor Juan also serve Filipino inspired beverages:
Dalandan Honey Juice – Php 35.00
Mangosteen Honey Juice – Php 45.00
Gourmet Barako Coffee – Php 35.00
Home Made Hot Choco Tablea – Php 99.00
Ice Cold Barako Coffee – PHP 45.00
And for pasalubong, Senyor Juan serves:
Senyorita  ( 3 pieces Suman Latik) – Php 105.00
Senyora ( 6 pieces Suman Latik) – Php 199.00
Senyor ( 12 pieces Suman Latik) – Php 399.00
To know more about Senyor Juan you may visit the following website and social media accounts:



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Established in 2016, Travel Eat Pinas serves as a venue to share destinations in the Philippines where travelers can have a one-of-a-kind gastronomical experience, adventure, and soothing recreational activities. Travel Eat Pinas also feature EVENTS about food, travel, and lifestyle; must use ESSENTIALS and easy-to-follow RECIPES that you can make for your loved ones.

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