Manang Rose or now Chai Rose is a popular barbecue place in Bacolod City. They serve up to 2000 sticks of barbecue a day!
Chai Rose is just a simple restaurant, with a tin roof and plastic chairs but they draw lots of customers, eager to try their barbecue.
The prices at Chai Rose are very affordable. There’s a lot of items on the menu ranging from their spareribs, wings, isaw and every part of the chicken along with their famous pork barbecue.
There’s nothing much to say about Chai Rose, but if you’re interested, our old article circa 2013 is written below when Chai Rose was still a tin roof stall.
Article below circa 2013
Hi guys! We’re really happy to bring you another great food find: Manang Rose’s Barbecue.
This is one of those great hole in the wall “restaurants” that some USLS students suggested to us and it is just AWESOME.
Manang Rose is located just across Lord Byron’s Main restaurant and it is absolutely swamped with students during afternoons looking to get their fix of barbecue.
The concept is simple. You are served normal street food barbecue but there are no plates. If you want rice you eat out of the plastic bags that the rice comes in. Don’t let it turn you off. You can put achuete oil and fried garlic in with the bag and mix it all up. You can also put as much garlic as you want. In student slang this is dining cowboy style. or ga kinow-boy.
The barbecue is fantastic. It’s your typical normal Filipino Barbecue with your isaw, longanisa and various odds and ends. The sauce used to cook them is a bit salty and sweet. Paired with a bottle of ice cold mountain dew, it’s the perfectly economical snack. Merienda for two with double rice each plus drinks and a veritable amount of barbecue set us back only 122php.
I took a look at Lord Byron’s across the way. It was too early for dinner so the students were having their merienda.
Manang Rose is one of those hole in the wall restaurants that we just love to review. Awesomeness.. Come on down and join the students roughing it Cowboy style.
bw perte ka nang rose..artistahin kana..masarap talaga ung bbq ni manang rose..been eating there more or less 10 years..
I want to try that barbeque of Manang Rose! I can see that LB is empty in your photo, might be they are close that time you took this photo? Don’t they usually open up at 5:30 or 6Pm for dinner? I love their back ribs. 🙂 Thanks for this post, MArtin!