Discover the best restaurant in Negros Island, Philippines including 21, Hayahay Treehouse Bar and View Deck, Casablanca Restaurant, Aboy's Restaurant, Calea, Nena's Beth at Manokan Country, Sans Rival Cakes and Pastries, KRI, Mooon Cafe, Chicken House
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4 based on 199 reviews
We arrived at 7 pm, only to find that the famed la paz batchoy was only available until 6 pm. Disappointed, we nevertheless proceeded to order several entrees and appetizers. And ALL were delicious, except for the chicharon bulaklak. The vegetable dishes were especially yummy. We will be back.
4 based on 357 reviews
This restaurant is really good. Although a little bit of expensive but the foord and service were great. I couldn’t recommend enough about this restaurant. They hav got good ambience and they have live band that starts at 9pm. We enjoyed the food at hayahay restaurant and definitely will go back if we will be in dumaguete again
4 based on 416 reviews
Took my wife for a date having heard that this was Dumaguete's leading restaurant only to see a rat running around under the table, Viener Schnitzel cooked in old oil worst ever Kinilaw Service was friendly but the food was lousy badly managed place Hope they fix it soon as it has a great location We even showed the waitress the rat she just smiled and said sorry
4.5 based on 233 reviews
Mentioned in various tripadvisor traveler articles/forum about Bacolod
This is turo-tuto style in a “sosyal” venue. The food choices aren’t much , best options would be the grilled ones. I wish they would instead use transparent covers on their serving dishes lining up the food counter. Staff is polite and alert. Dishes are tasty. Place is really beautiful.
4.5 based on 619 reviews
I never thought of this place in Bacolod until I tried their cakes with friends. The varieties are so awesome that anyone who love cakes will not ignore to be at the same place again. I will be going back soon!
4 based on 179 reviews
In Front Of Reclamation Area, Near Sm Mall, Located In The Center Bacolod City...famous In Grilled Chicken...
4.5 based on 699 reviews
We had our early dinner here after our souvenir shopping. The line for take out is long (I guess it always is) so we decided to just dine in the shop. We had their spaghetti and pesto lasagna platter. Both tastes good. The spaghetti was like how my mom cooked it... sweet and cheesy, pinoy style. The lasagna went with salad, a slice of cake and a drink. The lasagna was good, nice balance of pesto and cheese. The cake however was a bit dry. Not sure what the cake was though as I forgot to ask. But it's like a chocolate almond sponge cake.
We bought silvannas to bring home. Have tasted these before and indeed these are very yummy.
4 based on 285 reviews
I think this place is mislabeled as ‘fine dining,’ and it is more appropriate to consider it a casual bistro-café. The setting is stylish, but basic and you can expect to sit next to someone that is watching a TV show on their phone at full volume. Presentation of the food is very good, but the underlying construct is lacking, without flavor and over-use of oil and salt. I found our dishes to pretty, but not really good. I left hungry and with food on my plate. The highlight of the menu was beer from an area micro-brewery with two solid IPA’s and a Hefeweizen (wheat beer).
4 based on 263 reviews
many things on menu not available asked for bread told we do not do it but if you want bread the restaurant across the road has bread now I was not sure if the waiter was telling me to go or just go out to buy bread we stayed and wished we had not so won't go back to that one
4 based on 148 reviews
They have the best tasting inasal in town! Nice to bring newcomers to Bacolod here. The place is also accessible by public transportation. Accommodating waiters too.
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