Bacolod Lechon Manok and Inasal Restaurant

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After waiting for three long hours at Al Ahalia Hospital, our grumbling stomach lead us to eat something in the city. My first option is the Kabayan Zone with its difficulty to get a parking, we went to Mang Inasal. Good heavens! the line went outside the store and it was ten in the evening already. Next option is Andoks until we saw the newly opened Bacolod Lechon Manok and Inasal.

I have to comment on this, the alternating case makes the signage–jej! Surprisingly, the price wasn’t expensive. This is a good deal compared to other Filipino restaurants, especially with an unlimited rice. Everyone knows Filipinos love rice.

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The staff was polite and greets with a cheerful tone. There was enough space to accommodate customers.

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Bohol will always be a special place in my heart. Visit the place and it wouldn’t disappoint you.

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Bacolod Inasal for 16 AED; 19 AED (unlimited rice)

DSC01413Taho Sago for 6 AED

We added Iced Tea for 6 AED (not in the photo). The service took around 10-15 minutes. You have to assess yourself if you can finish more than one cup of rice. Spending 3 AED more to avail the unlimited rice and consume around 1.5x rice doesn’t make it break even. The chicken was properly marinated and it isn’t dry. Did I say we were really hungry? The husband consumed more than two cups of rice (safe number AHAHA). For the Taho, you must mix everything since the sweetness of the syrup is at the bottommost.

Disclaimer:
This isn’t a paid/sponsored post. All opinion and expenses are on my own.

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