The Freakin’ chicken is a house converted into a restaurant near the entrance Eroreco subdivion. We’ve been there during their soft opening and there were a few kinks to be ironed out so we waited until we finally had the opportunity to visit them again. One of the Bacolod Food Hunters; Cring called us one evening and told us that there was going to be a band playing at the Freakin’ chicken and could we please come and have a dinner there? We were there early and we had a nice chat with the owners/business partners; all ladies!
One of the things that we like about the Freakin’ Chicken is that the place has this interesting combination of art and the elegance of a museum mixed with the simplicity of street food.
We have a favorite piece of art in the freakin’ chicken. It’s a screen and on one side someone had stuck an antique pack of playing cards. On the other side old labels of wine, brandies, vodka and rum. It’s really beautiful. We ordered some food so we could eat while the band was playing It was pretty lively and everybody was having fun! (View the 360 panorama here!)
The food soon arrived and we had ordered the house special which is called Freak on Freak. (Freakin Chicken’s fried chicken on their special fried rice.) The rice was a bit salty but it went very well with the fried chicken.
You could also get their freakin chicken on plain white rice.
For those street food lovers, Freakin’ Chicken has your favorites too.
We had a fun dinner! We ate tons of fried Isaw and chicken gizzards while listening to the band.
A good time was had by all! Thanks for having us over! Please do drop by and visit them!
TRIVIA INFO: The Freakin’ Chicken logo was designed by Basti Artadi.