Pamilya Grill is one of those restaurants that the Bacolod Food Hunters love to write about. The restaurant’s advertising is limited to mainly word-of-mouth and is located in quiet Eroreco subdivision. The restaurant itself is a small house which the Paura family converted to an open air restaurant.
The inside of the restaurant is very simple. Plastic Chairs and plastic tables on a loose stone floor.
Dr. Prm was meeting the Bacolod Food Hunters for lunch at Pamilya Grill. While waiting, ilovepork insisted that the article about this restaurant include the words “alias fake Bobs”. When asked why he said that the food was as good as Bob’s restaurant (or even better) and that his friends love referring to the place as “fake Bob’s”
The tables were filling up fast. People began coming in at 10 in the morning for an early lunch of Baby back ribs. The Bacolod Food Hunters saw people arriving in taxis, college students and nurses eager to have lunch at Pamilya grill.
Finally Dr. PRM arrived and the Bacolod Food hunters began eating. The Ribs were HUGE, soft and very well seasoned. You can order your ribs in 3-4 different sizes.
We also ordered their other specialties the Chicken satay and the Sate Babi
The Satay were pretty good too. The price was low and well in the budget of most people .
While we were there we were amazed at the huge amount of orders the restaurant was getting. It was the day before Christmas and people just kept popping in to pick up their orders or come in for a quick lunch. Ilovepork said that usually during night time the place was full!
The staff was polite and very friendly and accommodating however they were a bit untrained. We suggest people go to hole-in the wall restaurants like this with a tiny store of patience with them.
Unfortunately we were unable to sample their famous mongolian bbq since they were busy cooking large amounts of it for other people’s christmas dinners.
Try dropping by Pamilya Grill for mongolian barbeque and peanut sate goodness!