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Aboy's Restaurant is home to fresh seafoods and local menu which offers a variety of home-cooked food... The restaurant just started as a small eatery and after a decade or so, it became one of Bacolod's best restaurants. They have food already cooked and you can choose from the display. You can also order food from the menu or fresh seafoods which they will cook within a few minutes.
The restaurant is located in Golden Fields which is known as the Night Life of Bacolod. The place is very spacious and relaxing in a "native" touch.
At lunch time, it gets a bit crowded since it is most likely the preferred restaurant for business lunch or family gatherings. They serve dinner as well.
Favorite Dish: fish ceviche, crispy pata, sinigang na isda (fish stew), grilled tuna - fresh and delicious!
Updated Jul 5, 2011
Address: Golden Fields, Bacolod City
If you are in the mood for "fine dining", try Bascon Cafe. They serve good food and desserts. They usually have buffet for dinner during occassions or on selected dates.
It is a cozy place to be while indulging in a gastronomic feast.
Favorite Dish: Baba Cake, their specialty.
Written Jun 28, 2011
Address: Along Lacson St.
Want some dessert after dinner? Try Felicia's. They have variety of delicious cakes to choose from and they serve coffee and tea as well.
The place? a good place to meet and just hang out.
Favorite Dish: Their specialty is the Chocolote Cake. I love their Sans Rival as well.
Written Jun 28, 2011
Address: 6th Lacson St.
One of the few local Japanese Restaurants in Bacolod is Kaisei. They have the main restaurant, big and spacious one in Lacson St., and a branch in SM City (mall).
Their food prices are quite reasonable compared to other Japanese Restaurants and the food is simply superb. The one in Lacson St. has a Japanese-look building and offers function rooms for dining in a group. We celebrated Mom's birthday there last year and we were very satisfied with the food.
Favorite Dish: California Maki... ahhh, my favorite! i can consume 2 servings in one sitting!lol
Updated Jun 28, 2011
Address: Lacson St./SM City
Tikboy's has been know for decades for having the best pork barbecue in a reasonable price. Centrally located near one of the Colleges in downtown Bacolod, many students and employees flock there to eat lunch or dinner. They also serve "home" foods which are cheaper as compared to restaurants or fast food chains.
So if you are in budget or just wanna try barbecue, Bacolod Style, visit Tikboy's and see for yourself.
Favorite Dish: Pork Barbecue, Of course. - cheap and tastes good.
Written Jun 28, 2011
Address: Near La Consolacion College (LCC) Bacolod - Main
Before I was even born, when my parents were dating, they used to eat at Bob's a lot. One time, we were eating there, and an old waiter remarked to my parents that he's happy to see us. Nice isn't it?
Bob's is more like a "family" restaurant. Considered one of the best restaurants in Bacolod. They serve a variety of food, from steaks, pasta, pizza, mongolian, local, etc. Among their most loved dishes are: Bob's Giant Burger, Sate Babe, Baby backribs. They also serve coffee, cakes and pastry.
It is a classy type of restaurant with good ambience and nice service.
Favorite Dish: As always, Bob's Sate Babe with java rice and pickled papaya! - the most delicious i ever had.
Updated Jun 28, 2011
Address: U can see a lot of Bob's branches in Bacolod.
Pala-pala is a wet market in Bacolod where the fishermen's fresh catch of the day is being sold. From Tuna, Prawns, Fish, Squid, Crabs, and other sea foods. Beside the market are a number of small restaurants which offer cooking services. One must must purchase the seafoods first from the market, then go to the restaurant, and inform them what dish and style of cooking do u prefer. The restaurant's charge is per dish for the additional ingredients and labor. They also serve soda and rice...
For me, the best restaurant in Pala-pala is Hyksos.
Favorite Dish: garlic and buttered shrimp - the best i've ever tasted.
Updated May 11, 2011
Address: Near the Provincial Capitol
Manokan Country is a strip of Food stalls/restaurants that serve the original chicken inasal. Bacolod is known for the best-tasting chicken barbecue in the country and Manokan has been in business for decades. There are plenty of restaurants to choose from and they serve the finest-tasting inasal in town.
Manokan doesnt look the typical 1st class restaurant or anything fancy - just the tables, chairs and the grill. ;) People usually eat with their hands, and it is such an experience if u happen to visit Bacolod!
P.S. "Manok" is the dialect for chicken. where the word Manokan was derived. ;)
Favorite Dish: The best dish in Manokan is of course, the chicken barbecue. It can be the thigh or the breast with wings part.
Written May 11, 2011
Address: Reclamation Area, Near SM City, Bacolod
Aboy's is one of the Top 5 Restaurants in Bacolod. It is another restaurant you shouldn't miss when in Bacolod. From its humble beginnings as a small eatery near Burgos Public Market in February 1992, Aboy's had expanded the restaurant to accommodate their growing clientele. They moved to a much bigger, better location near the Goldenfield Commercial Complex. People were willing to line up to have their tables for lunch. More staff were then hired to serve more people, but Aboy himself was serving the guests. He was and still is a hands-on owner-manager. It is a delight to see him in action. The first time we went there with my cousin, her hubby and son, Aboy was not there. But the second time hubby and I dined there, I witnessed how he handled the guests. He did the welcoming of guests, ushered them to their tables, and even cleared some tables.
There are cooked meals that you can choose from, but there is also a counter for fresh seafood that you can order to be grilled for you. Dining at Aboy's is a pleasurable experience. Not only is their food great, their native-inspired interior design is impressive, made more interesting with the collection of masks on the walls.
Free tarragon tea was given to us after meal, but my cousin whispered something to the waiter, and he later served us the famous "Kape ni Aboy". I learned later that you have to say the "magic words" to the waiter to be served "Kape ni Aboy". I am not an avid coffee drinker, but after tasting "Kape ni Aboy", I craved for brewed coffee...however, the other brewed coffee tasted bland compared to "Kape ni Aboy".
Aboy's used to close after lunch time; they later opened for dinner, but they remain closed on Sundays. Operating Hours: 9AM to 11PM, Monday to Saturday
Favorite Dish: When we dined with my cousin, her hubby and son, we had so much food: Calderetang Kambing, Paksiw na Lechon, Pangat, Grilled Squid, Bacolod Longanisa, and my favorites: Grilled blue marlin, grilled/baked scallops, "kinilaw na dorado". On our 2nd visit, we just had to satisfy our craving for more scallops, blue marlin and kinilaw. We also tried the rare Angel's Wings (sometimes referred to as angel clams) but I didn't like the sandy texture and taste very much.
Updated Oct 25, 2010
Address: Goldenfield, Singcang, Bacolod City
Phone: 0917-3000400 and (034)-435-0760
My cousin, her hubby (a Bacolod resident) and 3 best friends brought hubby and I to Chicken House North. They said while in Bacolod, we should try the authentic Bacolod chicken "INASAL" (INASAL is Ilonggo word for “grilled”). So on our first day in Bacolod City, we were treated to the tastiest chicken inasal we've ever tasted.
Chicken House is one of the most patronized restaurants in Bacolod. Their menu includes various parts of the chicken skewed in barbecue stick. Even Bacolod residents go there to dine and hangout, and they always bring their foreign and local guests to sample their cuisine.
The Chicken House North where we first ate was spacious and clean. Service was fast; crew were alert to customers' needs. The staff were all nice; 'twas really service with a smile. They didn't mind us overstaying in the restaurant. (Bacolod House closes by 2PM to reopen again by 4PM (if I remember right, they are open 10AM-2PM, and 4PM-11PM).
Hubby and I just had to have chicken inasal again! We tried the Lacson Branch nearer our hotel one night. The quality of food is the same as Chicken House North. We were lucky to get seats. In just a few minutes after our arrival, so many people were on the waiting area.
Favorite Dish: I loved their "Paa" (chicken leg BBQ), atay (chicken liver), "isol" (chicken tail), prk BBQ and spareribs. Sooo YUMMY! Tender, tasty and juicy!
I didn't taste their baticulon" (chicken gizzard), "pakpak" (chicken wings) and chicken skin, but you can try it.
Written Oct 25, 2010
Address: Bacolod City
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