an open air restaurant. caters to everyone whether you're a party of 2 or 12. wooden tables. native decor. good food. really cheap prices. one time, the bill was less than Php 2,000 for 12 people. and we couldn't even finish the food. they specialize in seafood i think but cook other things well also.
Favorite Dish: fried kangkong with dip. i thought it was an original dish and it tastes good!
The coffee shop got a cozy atmosphere with dim light even on late afternoon. Great place to hang out after shopping at Negros Showroom (few blocks away) or simply to chat with friends, as the pipe in music is being soothing for long talks.
Menu offers various international dishes, and different coffee mixes.. It is really a breakfast place but there are a lot of side orders any time of the day.
The pastries tastes so good as well.
Food is great, though relatively expensive compared to others.
Favorite Dish: I love the carbonara, its the best pasta dish that Ive ever tasted.. I think its the sauce that makes it very tasty, a lot of bacons :-). A heavy meal but so delicious.
The cold coffee mix are really good, with lots of chocolates toppings
Manokan country is not a complex of glamorous restaurants, instead a strip of carinderia's in the Reclamation Area, all serving chicken inasal only.
No dress code necessary.
There are no spoon, fork or knife being offered, but there is a running water with soap that you can wash your hand before eating the inasal. You eat using your hands :-)
This place offers only chicken inasal (skewered chicken) , legs,breast, gizzard, livers..wings, all barbeque style.. All are really delicious.
Fresh oysters are also available, its being sold per kilo, but if you wish to buy one sack, you can get a discount. .
Chicken Barbeque for less than 50 pesos.
The best Chicken Inasal I ever tasted, its grilled to perfection, chicken is really juicy and tasty.
The restaurant theme is very native, al fresco style.
Service is fast and waiters are very friendly .
Reasonably priced, as you pay by the kilo of seafoods or pcs of barbeque.
What I like about it best is that, you can choose from the fresh seafoods that you want them to cook, then just advise them why style of cooking you wish. All seafoods are placed on an enclosed glass, like a deli shop, that you just point what you like.
Thus all the food they prepare are all fresh and cooked only after you order. No pre-cooked dishes..
Favorite Dish: I love the Grilled Blue Marlin, very fresh, juicy and grilled to perfection.
Grilled squid is also great.
Also try the chicken inasal, its tasty too..
this restaurant tucked behind a hidden driveway in lizares avenue made famous word of mouth because as the owner says " let the food speak for itself"..... although unknown at first this place has great food , no matter what you order.. and a laid back atmosphere.. that is so casual but chic...
hint... since this place is hidden ... look for the sign concorde in lizares avenue near the gaisano city mall
Favorite Dish: blue marlin... it's just good
This is where anyone who has ever lived/been/ or even heard of Bacolod should go.
Favorite Dish: The chicken of course. You have a choice of paa (leg) or pecho (breast) The spareribs are really good too. ANd lest we forget...GARLIC RICE!
A visit to the Negros Garden Center is a refreshing break. Here you can buy your gardening needs and potted plants and flowers then sit outside in the open air patio or their little air-conditioned coffee shop for snacks or a light lunch.
It's a nice venue for small meetings or get togethers with friends right in the center of Bacolod's main drag, Lacson St.
Favorite Dish: Try their bibingka (rice cake) for only P15 (less than 30US cents) and their pancit molo (hearty chicken broth with wonton).
Seating capacity in this cafe is no more than 15 and from the first day they opened we've been bugging the owners to expand because we knew for sure the place would be a hit in this neighborhood.
The Bascons are known for excellent food. They run a hotel in the city and the best parties are catered by them. This cafe is an extension of their passion for food but this time with desserts and fresh bread such as foccaccia, wheat pan de sal, croissants, etc.
Again, this place is so cozy you'll feel typical ilonggo hospitality.
Look for owners Marili and her brother, Tom. They're awesome people...and wonderful friends :-)
Favorite Dish: They serve specials for lunch like their famous lengua estofada depending on the day of the week.
Sinful desserts...can't say which one I love the most...maybe the banana and chocolate concoction...yum!
It used to be a hole in the wall in a little strip mall behind a big store years ago and I remember first trying their macapuno bars (coco palm bars) out of curiosity because the owner's brothers were friends of mine and they raved about their sister's cooking.
They had every reason to sing her praises!
Calea has been a favorite coffee/dessert/snack place for some years now. It's a cozy little resto where you will almost always bump into someone you know if you're a local.
If you like people watching, this is one of the places in Bacolod where you will see locals hang-out.
Favorite Dish: They have an ice cream pie with a special crust made of rice krispies and a hint of peanut butter...divine! All their desserts are good actually.
Mc Donald's is everywhere in the world so we have to have one, too. In the Philippines, where Jollibee fast food chain is #1 because their food is made to suit the filipino palate, there is only one city where Mc Donald's is #1 and that's in Bacolod.
Favorite Dish: Mc Spaghetti! Well, none of you guys have Mc Spaghetti where you're from, right? ;-)
Excellent japanese food. Wide open concept restaurant with a sushi bar and misono (japanese grill) tables on the side.
For a party of 5 ordering lots of sushi and other dishes, I've never paid more than $30. Great value and I know that I've never been anywhere in the world where sushi could be this cheap.
Favorite Dish: Oysters, chicken liver teppan, sushi
Bob's has been around since the 60's. Remodeled several years ago to house both their pastry shop and the restaurant that serves favorites such as sate babi, barbecued ribs, mongolian barbecue and their yummy burgers.
Favorite Dish: Chicken Sate or Sate Babi with Java rice. Barbecued chicken or pork with a special peanut sauce that has been my favorite as far as I can remember.
52 San Sebastian Street, ex. Bacolod Executive Inn, Bacolod, 6100, Philippines
Good for: Families
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