Santis Delicatessen

G/F Paseo de Sta. Rosa, Tagaytay Rd. cor. Laguna Blvd., Santa Rosa, Laguna

Santis Delicatessen
4.5
4.5 Stars

11 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 6
  • 4 stars 4
  • 3 stars 1
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 12 Reviews
  • 32 Recommend
  • 11 Reviewers
Category:
Deli
Business Hours
Open: 9:00a - 8:00p

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 9:00a - 8:00p
  • Monday
    • 9:00a - 8:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 9:00a - 8:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 9:00a - 8:00p
  • Thursday
    • 9:00a - 8:00p
  • Friday
    • 9:00a - 8:00p
  • Saturday
    • 9:00a - 8:00p

Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

Most Recent Reviews

Reese B.
5.0 Stars

If you're a cheese lover/collector like me, this place is highly recommended for you.

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Alexandra S.
5.0 Stars

Varied selection of cheeses and other deli items. Hard to source items can be usually found at Santis, although pricey. if for personal consumption, no problem. I always get Smoked Salmon and Smoked Tanguingue. Sales staff are welcoming, helpful and knowledgeable. Some cheeses you can sample, if they are new and are just introducing the item.

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Sudhiira L.
4.0 Stars

I don't have a photo of this place but I learned u can order sandwiches here. It's a fine place to get your imported supplies. There are good finds here too like the nuts and dried fruits. They have a good selection of wine and cheese. They have some knick knacks for cooking too like the disposable pepper mill , extracted lemon in a bottle and stuff u would find endearing. Good place to buy grocery gifts to a cosmopolitan friend of yours :)

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Woodie E.
4.0 Stars

Nice variety of merchandise 128077

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Gene G.
5.0 Stars

This branch, I would have to say, is my favorite branch. The servers in this branch knows my dad too well that I just feel comfortable and to put on a smiling face. Also, there are various of food to see. There are different kinds of cheese and steak !!!! 128076

We also dined in this place. I ordered their rib eye steak with their secret sauce, cafe de paris. It's a secret sauce because those close to the owner of the place only knows this sauce. The way the steak was cooked was great !! Very soft and juicy and tender. It was easy for me to slice the steak and put it on my sauce (sinful sauce indeed)

The prices here may be pricey but you will surely spend your money's worth 128076

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Christine G.
4.0 Stars

Always a lunch saver when all restos are quite full. Had their cold cuts sandwich with a couple slices of ementhal wheel. Sarap. :)

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Christine G.
5.0 Stars

Great food, better service. Their sandwiches are prefect for lunch! Gotta love Jane (the cashier) and manong guard. :)

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Rene A.
3.0 Stars

I thought it was OK.

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Katrina Y.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Jason V.
4.0 Stars

It is good that there is a decent dely store here area, and fount new items like mustard in a tube :) and affordable also

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May R.
5.0 Stars

Never would i say again that you can't find food staples you need here in the Philippines and here in my own backyard in fact! got what I wanted and more: i was able to recreate a fond experience with raclette cheese! Yum!

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Peach L.
5.0 Stars

Pinoys haven't really embraced the versatility and deliciousness of cheeses that's why it's a bit frustrating that we don't have a store here that only sells cheese and nothing but. Thank God there's Santi's.

I was so ecstatic when I found out that there's one in Paseo de Sta. Rosa. The moment I saw the signage, I immediatedly snubbed the branded outlet stores and headed straight to it. It was like entering my candyland 128522

I went directly where the cheeses were and with heart palpitating from excitement, tasted the cheeses one by one. I thought of where I'll be using them first, it was a hard decision but I finally decided to get mozzarella and coco cheese. Mozzarella is, well, mozzarella. Gooey goodness in every bite 128077 The coco cheese surprised me. When I asked the staff where it was produced, they said it was locally-made. I didn't know we're producing cheese aside from the usual kesong-puti and etc. let alone produce something using coconuts. At first i thought it'd taste like coconut bordering the smell of copra but i was wrong. It smelled a bit like coco but the taste was undeniably good. Think parmesan but creamier, softer, and more flavourful. 128540

Then, before I completely drained my pockets in the cheese section, I asked for a bottle of truffle oil. I figgered, I love truffles so much i might as well make everything truffle on my own (it's a bit expensive if you always buy truffle-laden food outside 128513) The bottle is just small, if you're the grocer-er and you've once came across the small "Ang Sarap" Patis, it's about that size. You think for Php900, you're being held-up but actually, you only need a few drops of it in every food you want trufflized so I got it for a good price. 128522128076

Then I also went to the cold cuts section and bought hungarian. For 3 huge sausages at about P200-300, it's a bit pricey but the taste would compensate for the scratch in your wallet 128521

I also bought thin salt sticks for our Speculous because it was on sale, Php80 Baby! 128513

Aside from the stuff i bought, they have a lot more. Let's say you're craving for steak and you want to cook it yourself and you want a nice grade of slab of meat, go to Santi's. I guarantee they have great meats although i can't vouch for whatever is the outcome of your cooking 1285231285139996

Price-wise, it's a bit steep. You have to dig a little deeper into your pockets but then again, i think it's okay if you're after the quality.

Although, if there's a similar store that has the same contents as Santi's but is more inexpensive, I might change my loyalty 128513128513

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