Lifestyle

Carlo’s Bakery Cafe Highlights Function Rooms

Carlo's Function Rooms

Carlo’s Function Rooms: Carlo’s Bakery Cafe, located along Benigno Aquino Avenue in Iloilo City, opens its doors to events and functions. This January, in celebration of the Iloilo Dinagyang Festival, the bakery cafe will offer special discounted rates for its function areas.

Reservations made from January 20 to February 20 – for events from January 20 to March 31 – will enjoy discounted rate/s. Only limited slots are available. Related read: Carlo’s Bakeshop

Room 01

  • Discounted: P3,500 (Originally: P4,500)
  • Price consumable for three hours
  • Good for 10 to 15 persons
  • Free one carafe

Rooms 01 and 02

  • Discounted: P7,000 (Originally: 9,000)
  • Price consumable for three hours
  • Good for 20 to 30 persons
  • Free two carafes

Rooms 01, 02, and 03

  • Discounted: P12,000 (Originally: P15,000)
  • Price consumable for three hours
  • Good for 50 to 60 persons
  • Free one jar

Carlo’s Function Rooms: all rates mentioned are consumable.
Guests can select from the restaurant’s menu.

About Carlo’s Bakery Cafe

Carlo’s Bakeshop is a homegrown brand established in 1987. The business was introduced to the market by Mrs. Rosalie Sarabia Treñas after establishing the RJT Group in Iloilo City. Over the years, the brand has grown from its initial offer of cakes to bread (Carlo’s Bakeshop) and expanded to savory dishes (Carlo’s Bakery Cafe). Carlo’s Bakery Cafe has embarked on a culinary journey that has grown into the hearts of the local community.

“Established in 1987, Carlo’s Bakeshop started as a cake supplier. As the market grew, it opened a commissary to manufacture and distribute packaged bread, pastries, cakes, and pasalubong items to more customers and dealers. Now handled by second-generation family members, the company provides consumers with a wide array of tasty and quality baked products. Carlo’s Bakery Café offers pasta, sandwiches, merienda items, and a variety of dishes that suit the needs of Ilonggos. As of 2021, the company has around 13 outlets and manufactured and distributed packaged breads, pastries and cakes to some dealers, supermarkets, convenience stores and institutions all over Panay Island.” – excerpts from the Carlos Bakeshop website.

As of date, the new generation Treñas children manage the company and are keen on innovating and upgrading offers to keep up with the changing lifestyle of consumers.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.