This research aims to study: the pattern of cassava's consumption and its products, the factors that affect cassava's consumption and its products, and the contribution of cassava's consumption and its products to Recommended Dietary Allowances (RDA) in Bandar Lampung. The research was conducted in Bakung and Sukarame II, Western District of Teluk Betung by survey method. Seventy seven respondents of housewife were chosen by a simple random sampling method. The cassava's consumption pattern was determined by the amount, products, frequency, and sources of the cassava. The results showed that the average consumption of cassava and its products in Bandar Lampung was 387.63 kcal per capita per day. The most widely consumed of cassavas's product was boiled cassava, chips were the most often consumed product in which frequency consumption were 1-2 times per week. The sources of cassava were from stalls around the houses, fields of its own, and given by other people. The factors that influenced the energy consumption of cassava and its products were household income, household members and the environment. The energy contribution of cassava and its products was 4.59 % of the RDA.