20 Must-Try Delicacies In Bacolod

It can’t be denied that when one says “Bacolod”, almost automatically, the must-try food that comes to mind is delicious grilled chicken. While it is true that we, Bacolodnons, are proud of the grilled chicken that we produce, you would be really pleased to know that aside from chicken dishes, Bacolod has so much more to offer when it comes to food.

We’ve round up 20 of what we thought you might want to try while in Bacolod.  Here we go…

  • Chicken Inasal – Bacolod is best known for this savoury grilled chicken. Flavoured with rich, sweet marinade, this Chicken Inasal will give you a remarkable Bacolod dining experience!
  • Buttered scallops- Fresh scallops are cooked with a creamy buttery sauce.
  • Calea’s cakes- Experience sweetness overload with Calea’s mouth-watering blueberry cheesecake, ice cream cake, and more!
  • Napoleones- A sugary pastry topped with honey glaze.
  • Piaya- A signature Bacolodnon dessert filled with delicious caramel.
  • Bar 21’s batchoy- A special beef noodle soup with savory meat toppings.

    • Lord Byron’s Baby Backribs – A freshly grilled pork back ribs topped with a thick, creamy, flavorful sauce paired with garlic rice at a very affordable price!
    • Fresh Lumpia – A native Filipino dish that vegetarians will love. It consists of different fresh vegetables enclosed in a soft uncooked wrapper garnished with a sweet sauce.
    • Fish Tinola – Big fresh fishes will make a warm comforting soup. Veggies like cabbage and tomatoes are also included in this soup.

  • Pinasugbo – These are native banana chips caramelized with liquid brown sugar.
  • Buttered Shrimp – Fresh shrimps are cooked with butter on a sizzling plate.
  • Cansi (Eron’s Cansi House) – A strong and spicy beef soup that men love.
  • KBL-Mely’s Garden – “Kadyos-Baboy-Langka” is a special soup cooked with black beans, pork, and raw jack fruit. A good viand paired with rice.
  • Dinuguan – A peculiar exotic Filipino dish that features chicken blood cooked with vinegar and chicken accessories such as intestines, liver, etc. .It is best paired with “puto” or rice cake.
  • Quan’s Pangat – Pork is specially wrapped in vegetable leaves and is cooked with coconut milk. A healthy way to eat pork.
  • Nutribites’ Veggie Burger – Have a big yummy bite with Nutribites’ Veggie Burger. A patty made of vegetables is paired with cucumber, onions, cheese, tomatoes, and a dressing.
  • Vegetarian meals – May’s organic Garden and restaurant- Experience dining without guilt with these healthy organic meals from May’s Organic Garden & Restaurant. All meals are vegetarian.
  • Sisig – Is an original Filipino meal that includes diced pork face (snout included) with a generous amount of liver, served on a sizzling plate.
  • Soup#5 – cow’s and pork’s accessories, such as the eggs, are cut into cubes and cooked with a rich, eggy, soup.
  • Balot – an authentic Filipino snack eaten with salt. This is a boiled egg with an unhatched chick enclosed in a shell.

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