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Though Molino Grill is located inside a mall, its ambience is still so nice and unique. Its rice mill theme actually makes you forget that you are inside SM Naga. Be sure to take a picture at the "kargadora" sign near the mock rice mill door at the side of the restaurant. Translated, this sign says "Wanted: Porter -Single - Sexy Apply Inside"
Favorite Dish: Try their in-house specialties especially the Bicol food, laing and Bicol express. Also, the spare ribs in hoisin sauce is divine! I haven't tasted anything like it and I live in the Philippines! I also found it cute that they served rice in a traditional tin pot used for cooking rice in Filipino homes.
Updated Sep 27, 2010
Address: Ground Floor, SM Naga
You haven't been to Camarines Sur if you haven't eaten at Biggs. Chicken, barbeque, Spaghetti, burger, cakes..the likes
The name speaks for the amount of servings they give.
You won't leave with an empty stomach after eating at Biggs.
Written Jan 25, 2009
The place resembles the old Filipino kamalig homes. They have a decent menu to choose from and they cook while you wait so the food is fresh and hot. The cost of the food is close to regular Manila rate (check the picture of the menu as it includes the price).
Favorite Dish: We tried the Bicol delicacy, Bicol Express. It wasn't too hot though.
You gotta try their Tanigue Steak! It's a winner! :)
Updated Sep 26, 2008
Address: Within Centro (it's actually on the main street)
This place is the Naga version of Tony Roma's. Ever had 2 slabs of tender baby backribs for 250 pesos? Cheap, excellent food and good ambience. Try the crispy pata lamang dagat (to die for!) and of course the Bicol express
Written Jul 10, 2006
Address: Magsaysay Avenue, Naga City