A small market exclusively for Antipolo's famous cashew nuts & suman, and other provinces' delicacies. Prices are uniform, though you can still haggle for a discount. Vendors offer free samples for taste test; no obligation to buy what you tasted.
What to buy: Cashew nuts cooked in different ways: roasted plain or salted, adobo (stir-fried with garlic), caramelized or candied, baked as tart,etc.
Suman malagkit (steamed sticky rice mixed with sugar & coconut milk wrapped in coconut leaves) & suman sa lihiya (wrapped in banana leaves
Other native delicacies
What to pay: With P100-300, you can already buy many suman & cashew
Antipolo is known for some native delicacies like suman, latik and salvaro. If you plan to buy pasalubongs, use your money wisely. There are places like near the grotto who sells these quite expensive. I recommend that you buy these beside the church instead. You will see a big amount difference.
Just beside the church, Pasalubong Center where you can buy suman at kasoy.
What to buy: Suman, Kasoy, and Mangoes (summer).
What to pay: P1000 is lot already. Buy only in stall outlets not on street vendors.