Food Hub by Nifty Eats is a new Bacolod restaurant located at Licuala Grandis, a relatively new food park located at C.L. Montelibano, Bacolod City. So from the road, you will see Licuala Grandis. Food Hub is on the leftmost side. They are open daily from 11am to 10pm.
They’ve got three flavors of chicken wings, spareribs, sizzling pork sisig, nachos, onion rings, pork barbecue, sate babe, even fruit punch, and many more!
The entire place is not air conditioned, so I am not sure how it is there during the day. We visited at night, which was nice and cool. But well, if you are there for the food, you can always bring home.
My Top Picks at Food Hub
So here are my favorites at Food Hub by Nifty Eats. Great for dine in. But if you are a mom like me who wants to bring food to her kids in school or just buy take out for your family in the evenings, they also have dishes that you can easily having home.
Their nachos are artisanal. It has a flavor and a nice texture of its own. It’s not like the authentic Tex-Mex nacho, but I like it because its flavorful. Plus, the garlic sauce that they put is just awesome. It’s not thick, but packed with flavors and it’s like the perfect sauce for shawarma. They also have shawarma and judging from the sauce, I think it’s also very good. I have yet to try it though.
A gentle reminder: Consume the nachos immediately. The sauce seeps in quite fast. So to enjoy it’s freshness, finish as soon as you can.
Their sate babe is so tender and moist and flavorful, with just the right balance of saltiness, sweetness, and nuttiness of the peanut butter. Lovet! Have it with their java rice and achara. Perfect for your cravings at easy prices.
They also have pork barbecue available. I am not sure if it’s the usual but during our visit, it was kinda salty for my taste.
Sizzling Pork Sisig
I went there with a craving for sizzling pork sisig and I wasn’t disappointed. But as with the nachos, consume immediately so that the cooled oil will not spoil your appetite.
They have a big serving of grilled spareribs. You have choice of plain or java rice with it.
They have three flavors for the chicken wings but I especially like the garlic-parmesan and the hot and spicy wings. For those who like it sweet, they also have honey barbecue and mango tango wings. Also I like the fact that the wings are bigger than the chicken wings I usually have. An meal is four pieces of wings, rice, and drink for only P80. All wings order (1o pcs) is P180.
While you are there, order some refreshing fruit punch, too. It’s perfect, especially for the summer months.
At Food Hub by Nifty, they also serve beer so you can order some pica-pica, like their onion rings. They serve it with barbecue sauce, which I am not very fond of. I prefer other kinds of dips for onion rings. But the onion rings itself is really good.
Maria Sigrid D. Lo is a multi-awarded Bacolod lifestyle blogger and social media advocate. It is her desire to make the city known to the world through her online presence. She promotes Bacolod restaurants, food tourism, social media etiquette, breastfeeding, and a greener Bacolod City in her blogs and talks. She loves taking photos, mostly of her children and of food. She is a proud member of the Negrense Blogging Society Inc. (NBSI) or the #NegrosBloggers.