Bacolod Chicken Inasal - Robinsons Place - Manila
Open for lunch and dinner and offers delivery.
PRODUCTS & SERVICES:
1. Delicious Charcoal Chicken on a Stick
2. Delicious Grilled Chicken on a Stick
3. Petso (Breast)
4. Pak-pak (Wings)
5. Isol (Tail)
6. Atay (Liver)
7. La Paz Batchoy
8. Pancit Molo
9. Pancit Efuvel
10. Puto Manapla
11. Insal - Paa (Thigh)
13. Puto Pao
14. Bangus Lumpia
15. Crispy Crablets
Favorite Dish: (last date took my lunch - March 15, 2004)
1. chicken legs - PhP 73.50
2. talangka rice - PhP 53.50
3. bottomless ice tea - PhP 53.50
no service tax
They have the most delicious halohalo I tried, people from all walks of life eat here because of there halohalo, imagine they have only few menu but still every time we visit that restaurant it is alway full.
Favorite Dish: The halohalo is so delicious the ice is so fined and the lecheplan is so mouth watering.
I always eat at Barrio Fiesta whenever I visit my Motherland - I just grew up with this restaurant where I eat its famous dishes like Crispy Pata and Kare-Kare...Actually, I have rented the whole restaurant several times for my friends, hehehe...
During my birthday in 2006, I just rented the Barrio Fiesta which was located at the SM Megamall for just about P25,000 (Philippine pesos - maybe about $500) so I can have my birthday there along with live music from 3 musicians (strings) and lots of food. It's a good deal because all my friends and family were satisfied - and so was I.
The ambiance is very Filipino and the food selection is as Filipino as you can get - nothing weird but just plain good. Barrio Fiesta is so famous that it has several branches in the Philippines and there are also several in the USA - like in Milpitas and Glendale, California and even here in Arizona.
I have included videos of my birthday at Barrio Fiesta here on VT at my Philippine and Manila Page. My cousin even sang with the string musicians to serenade me...
Barrio Fiesta Caloocan City (02) 364-450
Barrio Fiesta Malate (02) 521-7884
Barrio Fiesta U.N. Ave. (02) 524-4584
Barrio Fiesta Marcos Highway (02) 645-3733
Barrio Fiesta Makati Ave. (02) 899-4020 to 21
Favorite Dish: Crispy pata and Kare-Kare
Savory, one of the Oldies but Goodies restaurants in Manila, is known for its good-tasting fried chicken and gravy. A whole chicken goes for P300. The resto has a few branches in the city and this big one at the old Escolta Street downtown is the original, I was told.
Other local dishes are also available in the menu. Drinks are quite pricey. A fresh buko juice goes for P70.
Favorite Dish: Tried the following:
Fried Chicken Rice with Fried Egg -- P135
Camaron/ Chopsuey/ Beef Rice Toppings -- P130
Fantastic Chicken Adodo, Sinigang and Lumpiang Ubod.
Also u add alittle of the Calamansi juice in it WOW, makes it taste incredible!!!
Plus many location to find but this one is in Roxas Blvd..
2 THUMBS UP...
One of the French Baker restaurant they served a typical Filipino type of foods. Lets eat dinner together in this restaurant where they served more sweets and breads. You can order shrimps, crabs etc if you want too. Sky is the limit but you all gonna pay it..hehehe
Favorite Dish: ok as you can see am a filipina i eat lunch and dinner with rice. As am starving at this time already i order this food for my dinner and my sis ordered their favorite choco crepe again and cake.
I heard a lot of good reviews about Good Earth, and its indeed true. Food is good, hmm.. surprisingly they also have a lot of vegetarian cuisines.. The tofu dish is the best. Dishes being offered are mostly Chinese fusion, but the way they serve and style the food is very good.
We went there on a Saturday 11am, we are the first client, im sure on the evening it would be full house. Service was excellent.
This restaurant is conveniently located in Malate, on the corner of San Andres and Roxas Boulevard. It's a large, brightly lit establishment serving no frills Filipino cuisine. There are rather too many dishes featuring tripe, gizzards and entrails (I kid you not) for my liking, but if you want to get a taste for Filipino food, this is the place - and it is relatively inexpensive. There are lots of seafood dishes, and a good choice of grilled and BBQ specialities.
This is not a place to linger over a glass of wine, and it hasn't the ambience for a romantic date - there are paper placemats and a fast food atmosphere - but the service is quick and efficient.
Try to order this one on the French Bakers proudly made a chocolate crepe with hazel and nuts makes you drink much water than you think. Okay its too much sweet but it taste really yummy though the melted chocolate inside of gives much sweeter. One order of these choco crepes need you 2 cans of soda and like 3 glasses of water in that you are perfect full and all you gonna do is to burp after! For only 50 pesos 1$ except soda and water is free hahaha.
Favorite Dish: choco crepe with iced tea.. etc. just choose one!hahaha
ADO'S Panciteria or Pancit ni Ado has been pleasing Pasiguenos since 1952 and has become an iconic restos to the surrounding communities and anyone who happens to stumble upon it. Situated just down the road from the Catholic church of Pasig or Simbahan ng Pasig 126 A. Luna St. Bgy. Malinao in pasig. near sumilang. They really got their pancit noodle taste right with their unique special spices and crispy chicharon or pork crackling toppings which has been perfected throughout many decades, it's one of those simple culinary experience that you look for over and over, time and time again.
Favorite Dish: Their pancit bihon guisado special (or an optional pancit bihon tostados) which has been ADO's trademark cuisine since forever will always be many regular's favourite. The food is cooked and packed in banana leaves the same way since the beginning 50 years ago. But what makes this regular pansit guisado special is the generous sprinkling of crispy pork cracklings. It is the perfect garnish that will figuratively and literally melt your heart away!
There's a gazillion of choices to satisfy your every craving...from genuine Filipino restaurants ranging from the tony to the turo-turo, Chinese lauriat and dimsum places, Japanese sushi bars and misono grills, Indian, American, Italian...you name it.
Best Filipino restaurant: Kamayan is still the leader of the pack. You have a choice of eating the traditional way (with your fingers) or with kubiertos (flatware...less fun).
Best Chinese food: At President in Chinatown.
Kamayan and President are always packed with locals (Filipinos and Filipino-Chinese, respectively), which is always a good sign. They're huge, well maintained establishments as well.
Favorite Dish: No Filipino culinary experience is complete without experiencing adobo (pork and/or chicken stewed in soy sauce, vinegar, pepper corns, and garlic). Seafood dishes such as Kamayan's Yaman Dagat in chili sauce are also sure fire hits. Kare-kare (oxtail in peanut sauce) with bagoong (fish paste) shouldn't be missed.
At President's be sure to try their eel and 'two-toned fried rice.' Sheer heaven.
The photo shows the fruite & vegetables being sold at the Market...
The Filipino cuisine is more moderate in its use of spices than some other Asian foods. Rice is the staple and is served with almost every meal. Fish features strongly and is served grilled, boiled, fried or steamed. Crabs, lobsters, prawns, oysters, tuna, freshwater fish and a regional speciality called 'sweet maliputo' are all commonly found on local menus. Pork or chicken dishes are popular and include adobo, arroz caldo and crispy pata (fried pig skin). Vegetarians will have no trouble in Manila. Try gulay, (a vegetable dish simmered in coconut milk), mongos (chick peas) and pinangat (vegetables with very hot peppers).
Here's a Kitchen recipe for you;-)
CHICKEN and PORK ADOBO (Meat in Tangy Sauce)
1 cup native vinegar
1 head garlic, crushed
1 tsp. ground black peppercorns
1/4 cup soy sauce
1/2 kilo pork cut into 1' x 2' pieces
1 chicken cut up
1 1/2 cup water
1 tbsp oyster sauce
cooking oil for frying
Put chicken and pork in a saucepan. Combine vinegar, garlic, pepper, soy sauce, water and pour over the meats. Let soak for 30 minutes. Simmer uncovered until tender. Strain the sauce. In a frying pan, brown garlic, chicken and pork in cooking oil. Pour sauce over, cover and simmer until sauce thickens.
There are too many to mention! I loved the tradtional Filipino restaurants where you can enjoy freshly prepared fish (milkfish, yum!) and plates such as 'Pork Adobo'(with plenty of garlic), 'Roasted Lechon' (pork) and 'Pangsit' (fried noodles, mostly eaten as merienda, a snack).
In some traditional restaurants you may eat with your hands! I loved that, since I am from Indonesian descent and on occasion my family an I do the same at home.
Dampa is a cluster of small restaurants lined-up adjacent to a fish market. THe restaurants offer whatever is available fresh from the market. Most locals opt to shop in the fish market themselves and have the sea produce cooked in any of the restaurants, by any conventional cooking method one would like whether grilled, deep-fried, etc. just name it and thé restaurant staff will cook it.
Favorite Dish: Seafoods galore- shrimps, fish, squid, etc. cooked grilled, deep fried, raw/cooked in vinegar(kilawin) or as Filipino soup-base (sinigang)
Filipinos Love Crispy Fried Chicken and this Restaurant Chain is A Testament to that timeless longing for it since the early American Occupation in the 1900's. Max's is known as "the house that chicken built." Its story dates to 1945, when U.S. occupation troops were befriended by Maximo Gimenez, whose house became a gathering place. The Stanford-educated teacher then decided to open a cafe where he could give the GIs a taste of home, serving chicken, steak and drinks. His niece Ruby managed the kitchen and cooked up fried chicken that attracted locals as well, and with more traffic and by popular demand, the menu expanded to include Filipino specialties such as Kare-Kare (oxtail stew), pancit (stir fry noodles), Crispy Pata (deep fried pork knuckles), lumpia ubod sariwa (fresh spring rolls with heart of palm), etc.
Favorite Dish: The Fried Chicken off course! it is fried to a crisp with no buttermik breadings like the Southern Fried Chicken of the American South but nonetheless, it is still crispy outside and soft inside and is paired with Jufran Banana Catsup ( a filipino invention). 2 piece meal with rice costs about 150 pesos. Kare-Kare costs about 400 pesos an order. The Cholesterol laden Favorite of mine Crispy Pata at 450 pesos an order. And the Buko-Pandan Claude's Dream at 70 pesos an order.
What are you waiting for! dash to the Nearest Max's!