Mushu’s back! Visit them now!

It’s back! Mushu – one of Bacolod’s famous restaurants has reopened at its old location on Lacson street.  They’ve kept the old favourite dishes that you love and at the same time they plan on introducing more awesome stuff!

Mushu’s modern new interior.

Mushu’s main dining room is very relaxing! The room has a nice garden ambiance because of four panels of artificial plants hanging from a wall.  The dining area is also well lit, the chairs are padded and comfortable.

It’s a busy Friday night – all tables are packed.

Mushu was packed with people but fortunately the excellent staff helped us find a table and took our orders.

For appetizers we had Mushu’s Salt and Pepper tofu.  This dish consists of deep fried chunks of Tofu with a soy dipping sauce.

Salt and Pepper Tofu – 17o php

The salt and pepper squid was equally delicious.  Slices of squid are battered then deep fried. This was served with a mayonnaise-based dip.

Salt and Pepper Squid- 200 php

Mushu’s Pritchon is lechon and vegetables wrapped in a soft pita bread and served with hoisin sauce on the side.  The lechon and veggies are crunchy while the pita is pillowy soft.

Pritchon- 210

One of the most popular dishes at Mushu is the sizzling Cansi. It’s a dish reminiscent of the philippine Cansi soup but instead of being served on a bowl the meat and bones are served on a sizzling plate and drizzled with a sourish batuan sauce.

Sizzling Cansi

The highlight of the dish is a perfectly cut piece of bone which houses a portion of creamy, rich marrow.  The marrow melts in your mouth. You can scoop it out and mix it with the rest of the dish or mix it with rice.  Either way, you’re in for a treat.

Try Mushu’s Chicken inasal sisig. It’s a pleasant and interesting change from the regular chicken on a stick that Bacolod is known for.

Chicken inasal sisig

The chicken inasal is chopped up and mixed with the typical sisig ingredients.  The chicken becomes crispy after sitting for a while on the hot plate.  It’s a pleasant take on a traditional Bacolod dish.

Visit Mushu! Whether you’re a first or old timer to the place you will enjoy the new look and the classic dishes that Mushu is known for.



Mushu is located at 20th street – Corner Lacson street, Negros Occidental, Bacolod City

Opening hours: TBA Currently on Soft opening currently 5pm to 12mn – call for reservations

Telephone number: (034) 703 1022


The Bacolod Food Hunters did not receive any freebies, free food or payment for this article.






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