Bacolod Chicken Inasal is one of my family's destinations when it comes to Filipino food. Aside from their affordable prices, they have a really extensive menu from snacks, main dishes, and of course, desserts! My younger siblings require (command or appeal) for dessert. :)
A visit to Bacolod Chicken Inasal would not complete if you'll not order the Chicken Inasal (Petso with rice, Php 99.50)
|Chicken Inasal (pecho)|
Their Chicken Inasal has this distinct sour and gingery taste that I really love with some soy sauce.
Aside from the Chicken Inasal, my parents also ordered Pangat ni Sir Dad (Php 95)
|Pangat ni Sir Dad|
Pangat ni Sir Dad is the Ilonggo version of Laing.
We also got Sizzling Pork Sisig (Php 167) and Kare-kare (Php 295).
|Sizzling Pork Sisig|
My Filipino favorites are Sisig and Kare-kare. Though I find their sisig serving a little bitin, I love that their version has lots of onions. Don't expect crunchiness from the sisig though. I find it easy to love Kare-kare, I love flooding my plate with the kare-kare sauce, which is really good! Their beef is very tender too!
For dessert, my siblings got Chocolate Ice Cream with Barquillos (Classic, Php 57.50) and regular Halo-halo (Php 109).
|Chocolate Ice Cream with Barquillos|
Kids (and kids-at-heart) love ice cream! Two scoops of chocolatey goodness are enough to make any kid (my little brother and little sister in this case) really really happy. I was quite surprised at how huge their halo-halo is. The toppings are quite generous too.
For Ilonggo dishes and other Filipino favorites, Bacolod Chicken Inasal is the place to be. With the Chicken Inasal named one of the best chicken inasal in the metro, who can resist it? You should also try my other favorites like Bangus Lumpia ni Mom, La Paz Batchoy, and Black Sambo ni Mom.
Bacolod Chicken Inasal
SM City Marikina
Contact Nos.4771833, 4771835
Other branches include McKinley Hill, Metrowalk, Trinoma, SM Fairview and many more