My Bacolod Experience!

by - June 23, 2015

It's been a month since I went to the City of Smiles but I should not waste this opportunity to share to you guys my wonderful experience with this place.

Actually our week was just full of food trip experience. Sadly we didn't get the chance to visit The Ruins because of our busy work sched. I hope my next visit, mavisit ko na rin sya! This is my 2nd time btw; the first one was way back 2013 pa. So for this blog post, I will just have a quick run down of some of the restaurants we visited in Bacolod.

1.  Lord Byron's Baby Back Ribs

Address: Bacolod, Negros Occidental
Phone: (034) 432-4054

For me, this the best baby back ribs I ever tasted. And mind you, it's so affordable. Imagine, for just 150 pesos, you will have the chance to taste this plus with the garlic rice! Perfect to start our Bacolod trip=)

sorry, no pic of that super huge baby ribs (^_^)

2. L' Fisher's C's Cafe

Address: Lacson St. , Bacolod, Negros Occidental
Phone: (034) 433-3731

This is the nearest cafe in our hotel so we decided to eat our first breakfast on day after we got here in Bacolod. The place is classy yet I think the price range of their products are still reasonable. My New York cheesecake costs around 125 pesos which is still comparable with the costs in other well-known cafes. The taste is yummy and their serving is so big na muntik ko ng hindi maubos. This is so perfect with a coffee.

My 1st Breakfast here: Cappuccino & New York Cheesecake
Some of their mouth-watering cakes! 
Me, ready to sip my hot cappuccino=)

Our first group breakfast in Bacolod!

3. Diotay's Eatery

Address: 12th St. Gatuslao, Bacolod City
Phone: 0948 814 0037

We wanna try some seafood this time so we asked Kuya Eric (man in red) on what he could recommend to us and he suggested Diotay's. Sabi nya pa kung medyo limited budget but you want to experience "Dampa" style, then it is the perfect place. True enough, our bill was just 1,000 pesos even though we ordered a lot as seen in the picture
Lunch time! no time to get pictures of the food before we eat. gutom na eh=)
4. Nena's Rose Chicken Inasal

Address: Manokan Country

If you're in Bacolod, you should not forget to pass by the famous Manokan Country. It is a reclamation area near SM Bacolod. This is where a chain of Inasal restaurants are located. We tried Nena's Rose as also recommended by Kuya Eric.
Isaw (chicken intestine) & inihaw na atay (liver)
5. Cafe Bob's

Address: 21st Lacson St. , Bacolod, Negros Occidental
Phone: (034) 709-1091

My Spaghetti Carbonara. Sorry, I forgot the name of my coffee there but it has a bit of taste of wine.
They also got cakes here. I tried the oreo cheesecake it was so yummy!

I also tried for the first time Chicken Deli and the famous Calea. Epic fail lang kasi wala akong picture! Maybe because super excited lang kumain. hahahaha

All in all, I super love this place especially their food. Feeling ko pag dito ako tumira, di ko kilala ang salitang diet.

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19 comments

  1. oh, the cakes! I haven't been to Bacolod. This is my next place to visit.

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  2. Sounds like fun. The food looks delicious and desserts are so tempting.

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  3. I've read a lot of good reviews about Lord Byron's and Cafe Bob but I haven't tried them when we visited Bacolod but I love Calea.

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  4. I haven't been to Bacolod but I want to go there someday. Ive been reading a reviews that Bacolod is a nice place and worth to visit. :)

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  5. Nice experience from bacolod, the cakes and foods looks yummy!

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  6. That's a lot of good food and great bond. It's only me and my fiance when we dine out.

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  7. When I was tasked to attend a meeting at Iloilo, I immediately googled where "The Ruins" is located, naku nasa Negros pala, I thought nasa Iloilo.. hehehe.. Anyways, I had a food trip in Iloilo but not that marami like what you had.. I only had halfday to explore the city after ng work..

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  8. omg, I didn't know there's a cake festival in Bacolod! lol. I've never been there before.

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  9. Bacolod food = bacolod inasal. This is what I always think about. With your post, I think I have to look more than the inasal :)

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  10. I guess you really had fun. I think I will be adding bacolod in my bucket list :)

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  11. Bacolod is famous for inasal right. The food looks so yummy, especially the cake festival. I'm drooiling already hehe.

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  12. gosh the photos made me drool. hahah. I havent been to bacolod but it looks like a great place! :)

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  13. Love reading your great experience on Bacolod, the food loos so good. Nagutom ako bigla. Thanks for such a great photos.
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  14. Bacolod is a lovely place, ano? I like Bob's. Saka sa Manukan Country.

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    1. yes, super sis!. and super mura=)

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    2. Punta kayo Dumaguete next time. It's a lovely place as well and a good jumping-off point to Cebu, Bohol, and Siquijor.

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  15. Thanks for sharing your experience. Now I have an idea what will I experience once we visit Bacolod.
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