List of Bacolod restaurants

List of Bacolod restaurants

BACOLOD RESTAURANTS: Where to eat in Bacolod

Where to eat: List of Bacolod Restaurants #Bacolodeats
Where to eat: List of Bacolod Restaurants #Bacolodeats

Where to eat in Bacolod

From native dishes to international fares, check out where to eat in Bacolod City, Negros Occidental, Philippines. These are all homegrown Bacolod restaurants. Visit Bacolod and you will be in for a gastronomic adventure.

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Eat All You Can Bacolod Restaurants

Ripples Restaurant, L’Fisher Hotel

At the L’Fisher Hotel, experience an eat all you can buffet every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Located at 14th-Lacson Streets. Buffet is open from 6pm to 10pm. Read: European Food Trip

Ripples Restaurant L'Fisher Hotel - Bacolod restaurants
Cheese and crackers at the L’Fisher Hotel buffet.

Yakiniku Room, L’Fisher Hotel

Unlimited meat all you can at Yakiniku Room of L’Fisher Hotel Bacolod is available daily. Located at 14th-15th Lacson Streets. Open from 11am to 2pm for lunch and 6pm to 11pm for dinner. Read: The YAKINIKU ROOM: Meat All You Can

The Yakiniku Room of L'Fisher Hotel - Bacolod restaurants
Seasoned beef belly.

Where to Eat in Bacolod at Night

Retro KTV

Retro KTV is the funkiest KTV in town, with affordable KTV Rooms and good food. Visit Retro KTV at The Boxes, Marketplace, NGC. Open from 5pm to 10pm. Read: Retro KTV Phenomenon

Retro KTV Bacolod - Bacolod restaurants
Meet Barbie–the outdoor grill custom built with a 1970 Volkswagen Beetle hood at Retro KTV.

The Market Hub

A European-style gastropub with a simple menu of European favorites and Italian wines and imported beers. Located at The Marketplace at Villa Angela, Circumferential Road (beside the NGC). Open daily from lunch to after midnight. Read: The Market Pub: A Little of Europe to Bacolod

Bacolod restaurants - Marketplace paella and wine
Mixed paella, Hungarian sausage, and wine.

Hat Trick Sports Grill

Enjoy American favorites Wagyu burger, flavored chicken wings, and nachos with your favorite beer or wine. Located at The Marketplace at Villa Angela, Circumferential Road (beside the NGC). Open daily for lunch until after midnight. Read: Hat Trick Sports Grill

Wagyu burger - Bacolod restaurants - Hat Trick Sports Grill
Cheesy Wagyu Burger with fries.


The Trap Door by Illusion Brewery

The Trap Door is the only a speakeasy bar in Bacolod with an extensive collection of craft beers and dishes for beer pairings. No smoking. Open Tuesday to Sunday from 3pm to 2am. Located at 22nd-Lacson Streets. Read: The Trap Door: The Only Speakeasy Bar in Bacolod

The Trap Door by Illusion Brewery - Bacolod restaurants
Beer samplers at The Trap Door help you decide what to order.

Bacolod Seafood Restaurants

Hyksos Pala-pala

Hyksos Pala-pala is a seafood market with decent restaurant and an air-conditioned area. Located at the Pala-pala area and across SM City Bacolod north wing.

Hyksos Pala-pala - Bacolod restaurants - seafood dishes
Calamares, sizzling manumbok, more calamares, and buttered garlic shrimps.

Ading’s Pala-pala

Ading’s Pala-pala is the biggest seafood market restaurant. Located at the Old Pala-pala area. Open daily for lunch and dinner. Tel. No. (034) 458-1594. Read: Ading’s Pala-Pala in Bacolod

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Steamed alimango.

Pta. Tay Tay Viewing Deck

The Viewing Deck in Pta. Taytay is a string of native “floating” restaurants near the beach. There are 18 Bacolod restaurants there. At Viewing Deck No. 8, food was good and cheap. Read: 5 Yummy Seafood Dishes at Pta. Tay Tay Viewing Deck

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Sizzling gambas.

Enting’s of Sagay

This is a famous Bacolod seafood restaurant located at the Villa Angela Marketplace beside the Government Center. Open daily. Don’t miss their different kinds of ceviche. Read: ENTING’S SPECIAL OF SAGAY — The House That KINILAW Built

Enting's Restaurant- Bacolod restaurants - fish sinigang

Diotay’s Eatery

Diotay’s is the usual paluto style, with lots of seafood and assorted barbecue. Located at Gatuslo Street, just after the back of the old Provincial Administration Center. Open daily for lunch and dinner.

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Fresh seafood display.

Bacolod Chicken Inasal Restaurants

Manokan Country

Manokan Country is a string of stalls at the Reclamation Area. They are all selling the famous Bacolod chicken inasal. Don’t forget to drizzle your rice with the orange anato (achuete) oil and use your hands to eat for the full chicken inasal experience.

Nena’s Rose II

Nena’s Rose II has a stall at Manokan Country. They also have a branch at Narra Avenue extension. Open for lunch and dinner. Tel. No. (034) 4321434.

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The classic paa (leg) with achuete colored garlic rice.

Chicken House

Chicken House is a Bacolod chicken inasal place in a much nicer setting. They have branches at Araneta-Singcang, 23rd-Lacson, and Hilado St.

Chicken House - Bacolod restaurants - Bacolod chicken inasal
Bacolod chicken inasal na paa (leg) with garlic rice.

Chicken Deli

Chicken Deli at 8th-Lacson St. is one of the longest serving Bacolod restaurants with a different kind of inasal. Branches at SM City Bacolod and Lopue’s East Centre. Read: CHICKEN DELI at 34: Improved Menu

Pechopak meal.

Bacolod Native Restaurants

Rodrigo’s Cansi House

Serves cansi and other Pinoy dishes. Located at Hilado-Tindalo Streets, Shopping. Open daily for lunch and dinner, 11am to 2pm and 5pm to 10pm. Read: RODRIGO’S CANSI HOUSE Serves PINOY FOODS

Rodrigo's Cansi House - Bacolod restaurant
Cansi Lawas.

Aboy’s Restaurant

Serves turo-turo dishes, all-time Pinoy favorites, and seafood. Open Mondays to Saturdays. Located at Goldenfield Commercial Complex. Tel. No.(034) 435 0760.

Imay’s Restaurant

They have native foods like crispy pata, pork sisig, sinigang, kare-kare, stuffed squid, scallops, and other vegetables dishes. Open daily for lunch and dinner. Located at 6th-Lacson Streets.

Spicy Porbidang Kangkong.

Sandok Comfort Foods

Serve delicious Ilonggo slow-cooked comfort foods. Located at Narra Avenue, Shopping, SM City Bacolod, and at O Residences, Mandalagan. Open from breakfast to dinnertime. Tel. No. 034-7032513.

Kansi steak.

Sharyn’s Cansi House

An eatery serving cansi soup, crispy cansi, and other Filipino favorites. Located at Narra Avenue, Shopping. Meanwhile, Sharyn’s Cansi House Silay is now open daily, from 7am to 10pm daily.

Cansi soup.


Sells Bacolod pasalubong and serves lunch meals and snacks. Located at corner B.S. Aquino Drive-Burgos St.


Bacolod 18th Street Pala-pala

18th St Pala-pala has “paluto”, turo-turo, and ala carte. Open daily for lunch and dinner. Tel. No. (034) 433 9153. Located at 18th-Aguinaldo Streets. Read: 18th St Palapala Bacolod: What to Order

18th Street Palapala seafood
Fresh seafood.

Tita Beth’s Pancit Malabon House

Tita Beth’s is famous for pancit malabon and other native dishes and delicacies. Located at 27th-Lacson Street, Mandalagan. Open from 10am to 10pm daily. Read: Tita Beth’s Pancit Malabon Bacolod

Tita Beth's Pancit Malabon
Assorted Pinoy dishes.


They specialize in grilled meats and seafood. Open daily during mall hours, located at SM City Bacolod and the District North Point (Ayala). Read: Ribshack: Feasting Without Regrets

grilled squid
Sliced jumbo squid with rice.

Bacolod International Cuisine

These are homegrown Bacolod restaurants serving internnational cuisine.

Rau-Ram Vietnamese Cafe

Serves authentic Vietnamese cuisine. Located at Prk. Marapara 1 Zone 2, Brgy. Bata, Bacolod. Open from Monday to Sunday, 11:00 am – 9:00 pm. Tel. No. (034) 708-9036. Read: Pho Bo Vietnamese Noodle Soup

Bestseller: The Pho Bo or beef noodle soup. You can add all those herbs, sauces, and spices around it if you want.

L’Kaisei Japanese Restaurant

Serves affordable Japanese food. Their main restaurant is at 10th-Lacson St., with a branch at SM City Bacolod.

Inaka Japanese Restaurant

The oldest Bacolod restaurant serving Japanese food. Eat all you can buffet available every first and third Wednesday of the month. Located at 21st-Lacson St. Tel. No. 434-4045.

Assorted imported sushi.

Golden of Fortune Chinese Restaurant

They have authentic Chinese cuisine. Serves lauriat sets. Located at Luxur Place, corner Lacson-Magsaysay Sts. Open daily.

Tyrol Restaurant

An Austrian-German restaurant run by German chefs. They have steaks, pastas, meat platters, wines, and imported beers. Located at the Mayfair Residences, 12th-Lacson Streets. Tel. No. (034) 703-1878. Open for lunch and dinner.

A small Austrian platter.

Mai Pao Dimsum Restaurant

A Chinese fusion restaurant at the VSB Bldg, corner 6th-Lacson St. owned by celebrity chef JP Anglo. Serves dimsum selections and healthy dishes. Open for lunch and dinner. Tel. No. (034) 433 8090.

Pepper squid.


Kimstaurant serves authentic Korean cuisine. Open for lunch and dinner. Located at the 2nd floor, Mayfair Plaza, 14th-Lacson St.


Fogo Grill

Fogo Grill specializes in Latin American fare, mostly Portuguese and Mexican. Located at the ground floor, O Residences, Lacson Street, Mandalagan. Tel. No. (0999) 816-9321. Open from Tuesday to Sunday, 11am to 10pm. Read: Fogo Grill: Latin American Fare and Roast Pork Wednesdays

A plate of nachos.

Kuidaore Yakiniku Restaurant

They have quality meats for yakiniku plus they have different kinds of sushi and sashimi. Located at the Paseo Verde Building, Lacson St., Mandalagan. Open daily for lunch and dinner. Tel. No. (034) 431 4464.

Yakiniku meats.

Apollo Restaurant

They serve authentic Chinese and fusion dishes. Main restaurant: Hilado St., Capitol Shopping Center.

Samsi soup.

EastBite Restaurant

Features different Asian street specialties. Open Tuesday to Saturday, 10:00 am-10:00 pm and 4:00 pm on Sundays. Located at the East Walk near Panasiatic Building 2.

Hainanese Chicken rice.

Red House Taiwan Shabu Shabu

Serves Shabu-shabu (Taiwanese hotpot). Located at corner San Sebastian-Lacson Streets. Open for lunch and dinner. Tel. No. 432-1588. Read: Red House Taiwan Shabu Shabu Bacolod

Red House Taiwan Shabu Shabu
Our colorful spread at Red House Taiwan Shabu Shabu.

Crib Fast Food

Crib Fast Food is located at San Agustin Drive. Features many flavors of chicken wings and ribs. Open daily from 10:30am to 10pm. Read: Crib Fast Food Bacolod: All About Wings and Ribs

crib menu
Trio meal of wings, ribs, and rice.

Healthy Restaurants

May’s Organic Garden and Restaurant

Serves home-cooked meals from organic ingredients grown in their garden. Located at Sitio Aning, Brgy. Pahanocoy.

Pork sinigang.

Fresh Start Organics

Sells organic products and produce and serves organic snacks and meals. Located at Robinsons City Walk and SM City Bacolod (north wing). Open during mall hours.

Fresh Start burger with organic salad.

Sir Jess Deli and Cafe

An award-winning Bacolod restaurant serving organic dishes. Famous for their organic pinitaw (quail adobo) and alternative Bacolod pasalubong. Open from Tuesday to Sunday, 11am to 3pm; 5pm to 10pm. Located at Gonzaga Extension, Doña Juliana Subd., Taculing. Read: SIR JESS DELI AND CAFE BACOLOD

Sir Jess Deli and Cafe - Bacolod restaurant
A healthy feast at Sir Jess Deli and Cafe.

Bacolod Steakhouses


Aside from desserts, Felicia’s is known for quality steaks. They have a steak room at the DOLL Bldg., 6th-Lacson St. Branches at SM City Bacolod and at 15th-Lacson Streets. Open for lunch and dinner. Tel. Nos. (034) 433-6586 and (034) 709 1123.

Felicia’s at 6th St.


Pepe’s has unique and reasonably priced dishes. Serves lunch and dinner at the 2nd Floor, Azotea Bldg., Lacson St., Mandalagan.

Fettuccine Gamberetti.

Kristin’s Steakhouse

Serves steaks and sizzling meals. Located at Goldenfield Commercial Complex (beside Kundutel).

Sizzling chicken.

All-Time Favorite Restaurants

Bob’s Restaurant

Bestsellers are baby back ribs, sate babi, fruit punch, desserts, and Mongolian bar. Open daily for lunch and dinner. Located at B.S. Aquino Drive (North Drive).

Baby back ribs at Bobs.


A fusion restaurant that serves affordable meals. Located at Lacson Street. Open daily for lunch and dinner.

Kansi steak.

21 Restaurant

Located at 21st-Lacson Street, they serve lunch, dinner, and buffet catering. Famous for their batchoy and moist chocolate cake. Tel. No. (034)4334096.

Lengua over plain rice. 

Twopans Cafe and Resto

Located at the Ground Floor of O Residences, Lacson Street, Mandalagan. They have affordable and comforting meals and coffees. Open daily. Read: Twopans Cafe and Resto

Twopans Cafe and Resto - Bacolod restaurant
A bestselling snack — Pizza dip at Twopans.


Try their kare-kare, boneless bangus, pork sisig, pizzas, and the bacon steak. Open from lunchtime till dinnertime. Located at Mayfair Plaza, 13th-Lacson Sts.

Bacon steak with mashed potato and vegetables.

Lord Byron’s Backribs

Home of the famous tender baby back ribs with sweet barbecue sauce. Located behind Luxur Place, Magsaysay Avenue and at San Agustin Drive. Read: Lord Byron’s Back Ribs: First and Original

Lord Byron's Backribs specialties
Six dishes served at Lord Byron’s Backribs-.


A cafe that serves different set meals and coffee throughout the day. During summer, they have a halo-halo bar. Open daily. Located at Hilado St., across St. John’s Institute.

My first bowl of halo-halo at Kuppa.

Cafe Bobs

Serves all-time Filipino favorites as well as pizzas, sandwiches, and coffees. With a deli shop at the back. Open for lunch until late in the evening.

Cafe Bobs.

Nonna’s Kitchen

Nonna’s Kitchen serves all-time favorite Filipino dishes and desserts. Located at Villa Angela Hi-Strip 4, Circumferential Road. Tel. No. (034) 444 0672. Open daily, 7am to 10pm. Read: Desserts and Coffees to Enjoy at Nonna’s Kitchenand Nonna’s Kitchen: Making Memorable Meals

Brownie ala mode.

Jaimie’s Cafe

Featurescomforting meals like pork and beans, fileto steak, pizzas, and pasta. Located at Circumferential Road, Homesite. Open daily for lunch and dinner. Read: JAIMIE’S CAFE: All-Time Favorites

Jaimie's Cafe Bacolod restaurant
Pork and beans.

Roli’s Cafe

Roli’s Cafe is the oldest Bacolod restaurant. Known for their palabok, chicken sandwich, and napoleones, Located at the Hostelry, La Salle Avenue. Open daily from 6am to 10pm. Read: Iconic Roli’s Café Bacolod -La Salle Avenue

Roli's Chicken Sandwich
Roli’s Chicken Sandwich.

Kix Place

Located at the west end of 22nd Lacson Street, Kix Place serves all-time favorite comfort food with a twist. Open from Mondays-Saturdays, 10am-10pm. Tel. No. 0933-3156427.

Pan-fried chicken with creamy herb dressing.

Bacolod “Fine” Dining Restaurants

There really is no fine dining Bacolod restaurants. But these are the ones that offer elegant dining and great food.


Delicioso is a beautiful cafe, liquor store, and deli rolled into one. Open for lunch and dinner. Located at Lacson St. (2 blocks from Robinsons Place), Mandalagan.

Negros Museum Cafe

Located within the Negros Museum compound, Gatuslao St., they have elegant dishes using local produce. Read: Negros Museum Cafe Marks 5 Years

Pork belly with a seasonal salad side dish.

Italia Restaurant Bacolod

Italia serves fine Italian-Mediterranean dishes at Paseo Verde, Lacson St., Mandalagan. They have a selection of wines, cheeses, and deli meats. Open daily from 11am to 11pm. Tel. No. (034) 7032978. Read: Lifestyle, Dining, Culture, and the Arts at Italia Restaurant 

Baked Oysters Cesari.

Juliana’s Cafe and Resto

Located at 7th-Lacson Streets, it’s a beautiful resto that serves steaks and Filipino favorites. Open Tuesday to Sunday, from 11am to 10pm. Read: JULIANA’S CAFE – Casual Dining in a Fine Restaurant

Juliana's Cafe and Resto - Bacolod restaurant
Sizzling boneless chicken with gravy.

Felicia’s at 15th Street

Felicia’s has cakes, desserts, steaks, coffees, and satisfying fusion dishes. Located at 15th-Lacson Streets and 6th-Lacons Streets. Open daily for lunch and dinner. Read: Great Meals at Felicia’s 15th Lacson 

Felicia's 15th Street - Bacolod restaurant
Salmon fillet with aioli remoulade. So good!

Bacolod Snack Houses

Quan Native Delicacies

Serves native Pinoy delicacies like puto, cuchinta, snacks, and meals. Located La Salle Ave., North Drive, Lopue’s East, and Gaisano City. Read: QUAN SUD-AN: Delicious, Convenient, Sanitary

Dinuguan and puto at Quan Native Delicacies.

Bacolod Cupcake Cafe (BCC)

BCC has designer cupcakes, customized event cakes, hot and cold drinks, and sandwiches. Located along Hilado St., across St. John’s Institute. Open daily from morning till 7pm. Tel. No. (034) 435-2171. Read Read: Ice Cream Creations at Bacolod Cupcake Cafe

Roast beef sandwich with caramelized onions, dip, and a big glass of raspberry iced tea from BCC. Don’t be fooled. This is good for sharing.

Shawarma Habibi

They have branches at at 888 Chinatown Premiere Mall, Mayfair Plaza, and Gaisano City Silay. Read: QUALITEA and SHAWARMA HABIBI Thanksgiving

Shawarma Habibi wrap.

Greenoz Pizzaria

Greenoz Pizzaria has different kinds of thin crust pizza and other meals. Also available for takeout and delivery. Located at 6th-Lacson St. Tel. Nos. (034) 4344294 or 4321275 for delivery.

A Greenoz 30″ pizza for delivery. Largest is 36″.

City Lunch

They have turo-turo but they are famous for their Chinese lumpia, jumbo siopao, and ma chang. Open for lunch and snacks. Located at Narra Avenue.

Jumbo siopao at City Lunch.

Super Batchoy House

Super Batchoy House is open from brunch to dinnertime. Located at Locsin Street, Cuadra Street, Villa Angela East Block, and near Lopue’s San Sebastian. Open daily. Read: Super Batchoy House Bacolod

Special batchoy with egg served with pan de siosa.


Offers healthy sandwiches, pastas, meals, fresh juices, detox drinks, and daily meals for calorie-watchers. Open Monday to Saturday, 8am to 5pm. Located by the entrance of Doctor’s Hospital, B.S. Aquino Drive. Mobile nos: +639227954669 +639228167178. Read: Fudmaster Health Food Restaurant

Chicken siopao in malunggay bun, breads, and dessert bars.

Das Bürgery

Located at Monfort Building, beside BPI Mandalagan, Lacson Street, they serve different kinds of burger and fries. Open daily, from 11am to 8pm. Read: Das Bürgery: The Juiciest Burger in Bacolod

Das Burgery
The double patty burger with bacon.

Quino’s Cakes and Pastries

Quino’s Cakes and Pastries has designer cakes, cupcakes, simple meals, hotdog creations, and burgers. Located at B.S. Aquino Drive, across Doctor’s Hospital. Read:Making Memories at Quino’s Cakes and Cupcakes

Hotdog sandwich with caramelized onions.

C’s by L’Fisher Hotel

C’s the is sweet shop / cafe by L’Fisher Hotel at 15th-Lacson Street. Serves cakes, desserts, quality breads, sandwiches, pastas, and coffee. Open daily from breakfast until 9pm. Read: C’s by L’Fisher Hotel Bacolod

Bacolod cakes
Cakes by C’s.

79 thoughts on “BACOLOD RESTAURANTS: Where to eat in Bacolod

    1. You’re welcome. Will have to add some more because, yeah, THERE ARE MORE! haha This was fun to do. 😀 Please SHARE it to your friends and loved ones, too. 😀

  1. Thank you for featuring our local restaurants. Your list is almost complete, almost because you forgot the “sweetest part”, our famous cakes and pastries by Calea, C’s, Bongbong’s, Roli’s (home of the original napoleones), Felicia’s, Bob’s. Hope you will also include the teo restaurants at The Ruins, one serves Italian cuisine and the other serves native food.

  2. I totally loved your article and have been to many of the restaurants. I now have a much longer list to try out!! … Only correction is that the Viewing Deck Restaurants in Punta Taytay do no have the View blocked by Mangroves …. perhaps they once did, I don’t know but the views are wonderful now!!

    1. I know right!!!! hahaha And this is not even a complete list. Dennis has been reminding me of the places that we have dined in that I forgot to include, hehe I still have a trove of pictures that I haven’t uploaded. boo. haha

  3. Hi! I would like to invite you too eat at Margies’s Pasalubong located at the corner of Burgos and Lopez Jaena Sts. Aside from their Pasalubong goodies Piaya, Biscocho, Hopia and lots more, the store also offers local dishes that might delight you. Breakfast starts 7am and store closes by 6pm. Thanks.

  4. Hi there 😉 thank you for the list 😉 love your article 😉 btw I am personally inviting you to visit my friend’s newly opened resto in margarita st eroreco, ” got to grill ” hope that we can meet up there anytime soon 😉 pls feel free to leave me a message at your most convenient time 😉 looking forward to cu soon 😉 thanks a lot 😉

  5. hi sigrid am happy to see all your post,you can come also in my place to have a taste of my lechon,my concept is BUFFEt EAT ALL YOU CAN only for 170,with 20 dishes together with lechon,hope you can drop by.

  6. Hi Sigrid. It’s great that you have compiled almost all of Metro Bacolod’s best dining places. This could really help a lot, especially for those who are new in the metro. With a wide variety of gastronomic spots, Bacolod is indeed among the top Philippine cities to satisfy your hunger.
    However since I am a true blue Negrense, desserts top my list. And for me, 27th Bascon Restaurant got it all. They don’t only have one of the best chocolate cakes (Baba Cake) but have other dishes as well from pasta and other Filipino and Negrense cuisine. One perfect place where you can simply taste the best. 🍴👍🎭😃

  7. I’d love to win gc from bcc so we can try their ice cream creations and sandwiches. I’m thinking of ordering gio’s 1st bday cake from bcc too. Please help me choose boots 🙂

  8. Being tempted by these scrumptious photos, I could not stop myself from claiming that I am proud to be a Bacoleño. With various choices of Ilonggo cuisine, Bacolod is known for its tastebuds-friendly food selections and of course the famous ‘chicken inasal’ – not to mention its affordable price.

    I have traveled to different locations in the archipelago, but nothing beats the delectable taste of our very own native grilled chicken. Apart from its succulent meat, there is balance in spices and seasonings. Simple preparation there is, but the taste is flavourful.

    Notwithstanding, the seafood galore is another delicacy worth craving for.

    So if you are in Bacolod, never miss to try these palatable food choices.

  9. Bacolod … City of smile…u will have a big smile..after being satisfied from trying and tasting all the flavorful, sumptuous, delicious, unique food treats now being serve here…

  10. Nothing beats Bacolod chicken inasal! From Manokan Country to Chicken Deli and Chicken House–you will come back again and again for their distinct inasal taste.

  11. I always advise my guests that they need to have the credit card or cash ready to spend for eating since a visit in Bacolod isn’t complete if it doesn’t comprose of a sleepover and lots of eating. Chicken Inasal is definitely a requirement, preferrably in Manokan Country. But an American uncle of mine who lived all his life in San Francisco, California is one picky eater and has a list of his faves. Steak is best at Kristins although pricey, chicken inasal is a toss up with Aidas and Chicken House (but he doesnt care as long as its inasal), pasta is great at Italia, burgers will definitely be Bobs. But his regular fare would be 21 Restaurant, Pendys and Anas Grill (Melys Garden)

  12. Thank You Sigrid Says for featuring Rust Resto Bar and Big Daddy’s Diner… Your blog truly help us gain new potential customers… We appreciate it 🙂 God Bless 🙂

  13. oh la la!! I was surprised to see that I have missed so many good places to eat here in Bacolod, better than what I craved for from Manila restos, now I am excited to try all of these. Thanks Sigrid. As a food explorer or a person who loves food and with these resto you suggested from heavy to light meal, asian to all other different cuisine, rice to dessert… No craving wont be satisfied. who cares, i am not gaining weight anyway. haha. love this post! 🙂 Will be checking this out from time to time. I am exploring after you sissy, thank you for this.

      1. I will be showing this to my Mnl friends who are planning ng to visit here. Many of my Mnl friends are coming herw on Bcd. 😀 this will help them on their itinerary lists

  14. Thanks so much for the info. Now, I’m getting excited to home this December and try even just half of these places (excluding those I’ve tried before pa!). From breakfast, lunch, merienda to dinner even after that!!! Eating-spree is on our way…

  15. I just got hungry going over your list. Our 2 new good finds this month are: Jacopo at Mayfair — for good Indian/ Mediterranean food. I like their lamb dishes. Big plus : generous servings and reasonably priced. The second place is Quarterback Smokehouse in Margarita St., Eroreco. Their smoked ribs and chicken are also good. They have their own version of chicken bon chon called Kokiyo chicken.

    1. Ohhh I have yet to visit Jacopo again for their re-opening. Hopefully, we can visit them soon! 😀 Thanks for dropping by.

      Eroreco is fast becoming a food center, too, ha. hihi (y)

  16. oh la la!! I was surprised to see that I have missed so many good places to eat here in Bacolod, better than what I craved for from Manila restos, now I am excited to try all of these. Thanks Sigrid. As a food explorer or a person who loves food and with these resto you suggested from heavy to light meal, asian to all other different cuisine, rice to dessert… No craving wont be satisfied. who cares, i am not gaining weight anyway. haha. love this post! 🙂 Will be checking this out from time to time. I am exploring after you sissy, thank you for this. I will be showing this to my Mnl friends who are planni ng fo visit here.

  17. oooohh!!!! I should show this to my husband. im sure isa isahin namin to. wala pa kami sa kalahati ng listahan mo. But we love Sandok, BnC, Imay’s, and Nena’s Rose. Your fault if I gain more pounds ha? hahahahha

  18. This article is best for someone like me who have relatives coming from Manila to visit me. I am always looking for the best place to eat out as i always brag about the food that we have here in Bacolod. Good thing I came across this blog! I will bookmark it for my own reference lalu na ngayon that I am preggy and am looking for food all the time! LOL! I will share this to my friends as well!

  19. Grabe! Bacolod has come a long way since Popeye and Snack Plaza days! Level up na ang gastronomic experience diri 🙂 Good eats!

  20. Hi boots! Thanks for letting us know that we have a lot of choices of food from diff resto here in bacolod and as my friends from manila would always told me “masarap mag stay sa bacolod kasi foods here are delish and very affordable” and lots lots pa na resto na i havent try pa gali😱 hihihi

  21. Really like this blog 🙂 it is a must try check list! Even if i live in bacolod there are restaurants i haven’t gone to. Will definitely visit some of it soon…

  22. This is a very helpful list. Have you gone to all these eating places? Grabe, belib na ko ah. How about that seafood resto in Banago? And balik Mely’s na bala 🙂

  23. Super Batchoy House East Block would like to invite you to try their specialty batchoy, please contact the email for details, thank you 🙂

  24. It’s good to know other restaurants here in Bacolod and looking forward to try all of these restaurants….thanks for the info…

  25. Wow! This is quite a long list and was only able to visit 12 since we moved here last May. Still a very long way to go. I never thought that we have this much places to eat here in the city. This just me made Bacolod much more and promise never to moved back to Manila. Thanks for sharing, Sigrid.

  26. I don’t know why but this reminds me of a story a friend of mine told me. She had a visitor from Manila commenting something along the lines of: “Mayron din palang mall”. Yes we have one. Hopefully, this list will prove that we have all sorts of things to offer here in Bacolod.

  27. Wow! this is really awesome Boots 🙂 Thank you for walking us through to what is new , where to go and explore sumptuous and mouth watering foods here in Bacolod:) Will sure share this to my family and friends ….Super Like gid:)

  28. Wow Marz!! Damo pa gid gali places wala ko pa nakadtu-an. I miss Bacolod so much. I want to visit and enjoy the place again!!

  29. Such a nice article, agree to them. Must go to when you’re a visitor, manokan country, old pala-pala and calea or felicias for dessert.. 😀

  30. Nice article. You made a LOCAL FOOD DIRECTORY. A free service not just for restaurants but for Diners as well. GOOD JOB!

  31. Informative. Specifically designed for both local and foreign travellers and back packers. So that the world may know of our little city in the middle earth, i have shared this post in my wall too 🙂 good words, great work! Nice.

  32. been living in Bacolod all my life but i havent tried eating to some few resto that you posted. nang sig. hhahahah cge lng if maka tym ko ill visit naman other places. still lord byron is the top for my backrib experience. aside from the racks in manila. hahahha

  33. This has been one of my go-to posts for dining references for quite some time! A lot of info in one post, it’s such a handy guide, and it reads well on my mobile device too so it’s easy to sneak in some peaks whenever non-islander friends ask for the local gastro holes. Good compilation, hope to see it expand!

  34. Droooling…..these lists got me droooling…more fun..more food experience in Bacolod City. Maka SMILE ka gid sa mga saboroso nga pagkaun! And more to come..

  35. I am here for the chance to win the free gift cert!! Seriously though, this blog post is a constant point of reference whenever my husband and I want to try something new. Thanks for coming up with such a comprehensive list!

  36. A kind of blog that will make bacolod city a place to stay and a place to make life happy, Informative. Specifically designed for both local and foreign travellers and back packers.

  37. Hi! Please come and try our sweet treats and artisan breads at Sofia Bread and Pastries! 🙂 You are more than welcome to visit our Narra Avenue, Hi Strip 4 and O Residences branches! 🙂 Thanks..

  38. Thank you for listing down in your blog Baocolods Homegrown Resto we are grateful and proud of what you done for us ( owners) your contribution to make Bacolod a great place to remember in terms of food is commendable.

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