Bacolod: Home of the Best Chicken Inasal

For about 4 years now, we have been wanting to attend Bacolod's Masskara Festival. And this year, we thought we would be finally part of it. Unfortunately, they changed the date of the festivities and we already had our plane tickets booked. So, yet again, we missed the Masskara Festival. Of course, this would not stop us from having fun and exploring the City of Smiles and even beyond!

My succeeding posts would be all about our adventures in Negros Occidental and let me start of with something yummy! Chicken Inasal!




We all know about the numerous Chicken Inasal outlets we have here in the Metro already. But I guess what they say is sooo true, nothing beats the original.

So, if ever you see yourself in Bacolod City don't forget to have your dinner (I think that's the best time) at an authentic Chicken Inasal place.  This is not a place for picky eaters though.  They don't normally hand out spoon and fork, so you need to eat the authentic way as well, with your hands!  There's a hand washing station in the middle of the place and a towel, which is not so fresh, so wipe your hands at the top most portion just to sort of be sure it's a bit cleaner.  Hehehehe!  But the fun and the flavor is definitely much more appreciated becasue we ate with our hands. 

They are all conveniently lined up to serve you in the "Manukan Country" near SM Bacolod. And locals would say the best would be at "Nena's Beth III".

They also serve Chicken Ass, which I ordered and loved. Although, "Maricor" have the best Chicken Ass, "Nena's Beth III" didn't fail me.


We also ordered Chicken Skin and a small order of Oysters, but they served this mountain of rather clean shells! And it was only for Php 35.00!


The chicken was not even burnt! Just rightly cooked!


If I would get to go back to Bacolod, I would definitely have another helping of Chicken Inasal and Chicken Ass and Chicken Skin and Fresh Oysters on Sinamak! This makes me hungry all over again! For a hungry bunch of 5, our bill was only at Php 565.00! Very much cheaper than what we have here in Manila.

Whenever we travel, food is one of the highlights that I look forward to!  And Chicken Inasal sure is one great yummy highlight of Bacolod!

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14 comments:

  1. I miss chicken inasal! Slurrp!

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  2. Even if I recently had some and it was plentiful, I miss it as well! Thanks for leaving a comment, Bechay!

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  3. Thanks for sharing this! My mom is actually from Bacolod, but I've never tried Bacolod's inasal during my stay in our province. But with your enticing and convincing post, I will make trying Bacolod's inasal a top priority when I get to visit our province. :)

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  4. I sure hope you enjoy it as much as I did when you get to eat Inasal soon! :) Thanks for following! I'll go to your blog and do the same :)

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  5. this made me really hungry!!! and oyster for 35 pesos!!! makes me want to fly to bacolod now hahaha

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  6. The oysters were supposed to be just for the two out of the five of us but we ended up with everyone having a share because it was plentiful! Can't wait to go back either! Hahaha!

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  7. Sayang naman. Hope you can catch next year's =)

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  8. Oo nga eh.. We were wondering when's the best time to book flights and the festival dates would be final.. :S

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  9. 2 mos before the festivity sched amd make sure to book longer than 4 days. More places in store for you!!! And of course, more inasal!!! Hahahaha- boris

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  10. Hahahahaha! More than 3 months ata kami.. Kaya nag change pa.. Sobrang salamat! Pagdasal natin yung more than 4 days! Hahahahaha! More Inasal!

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  11. Your post made me super hungry! I've only been to Bacolod once (also for the Masskara) but I fell in love with their food instantly. I wanted to live there because of inasal and oysters!

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  12. Hahaha! That's too extreme for me, Erika.. But did consider that before! Hehehe! Thanks for dropping by!

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  13. i totally agree! bacolod's chicken inasal is the best! :)

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