Bess Kusina serves awesome native seafood trays in Bacolod city! Their Bayanihan food trays are filled to the brim with delicious seafood and local delicacies.
Bess Kusina recently opened this March 2022 and they are quickly becoming a popular destination for families who want good seafood and a good deal!
Here are the Bayanihan Food Trays available at Bess Kusina.
- Familia size bayanihan 999 good for 4-6
- Purok size bayanihan 1695 good for 8-10
- Barangay size bayanihan 2695 good for 12-15
- Ciudad size bayanihan 3695 good for 25
- Fiesta size bayanihan 4950 good for 35
- Festival size bayanihan 10,950 good for 40-45 (with 6k worth lechon)
Bess Kusina has a very interesting interior! The right side of the restaurant is divided into little booths with a top and bottom floor. This is super popular with younger people/barkadas as it is like having their own private space.
If you can’t manage these stairs, there’s also outdoor seating and Bahay Kubo at Bess Kusina where you and your guests can sit and have a good time.
If you’re not in the mood for a big Bayanihan platter don’t worry – Bess Kusina has scheduled buffets on Sunday! Bess Kusina calls this their Wantusawa buffets! For just 298 per head, you can enjoy a wide variety of native food and desserts!
Here’s a tip when you dine at Bess Kusina – or at all Buffets! – come EARLY. You avoid the crowds and you have your pick of the food available.
Here’s what was available at Bess Kusina’s buffet during our visit. The menu changes every week so confirm with Bess Kusina via their Facebook page before your visit. Also, check if they’re having a buffet!
The pancit at Bess Kusina had plenty of meat, vegetables and the noodles were firm and not soggy! The flavor was just right, not too salty or sweet. We like our noodles to be chewy and not super soft so Bess Kusina’s Pancit was right up our alley.
2. Lechon Paksiw
A dish made by simmering Lechon in a vinegar based stew. There was plenty of meat and lechon skin. It was okay.
3. Buffalo Chicken
Surprisingly, the buffalo chicken at Bess Kusina was very good for a seafood restaurant. It had just the right amount of spiciness and a hint of sweetness. Delicious!
4. Chicken Skin
This appetizer of Crispy chicken skin is the perfect match for those having beer!
5. Kare Kare
Peanut sauce, breaded and fried pork and veggies! Add a nice dollop of shrimp paste (bagoong) and you’re set!
6. Garlic Shrimp
If you like shrimps there’s plenty of Garlic shrimp at Bess Kusina – the sauce makes the tender shrimp taste super good!
6. Baked Scallops
This is one of the popular items in Bess Kusina – baked Scallops with garlic! Tender and delicious!
Fried spring rolls and we added squid (calamares) rings and salted egg. Tasty!
These are traditional filipino sweets. Our favourite is the ube puto flan!
Remember, the buffet is not scheduled everyday so its better to get a giant bayanihan platter! If you just want to try what is available, regular days have ala carte menu items that are affordable and awesome!
Bess Kusina is located at 978 Carlos Hilado Highway, Circumferential Road, Brgy. Taculing, Bacolod City. Look for the Big blue Crab just past NGC at the first stoplight!
Bess Kusina Telephone number +639451590054
Bess Kusina is open Mondays To Sundays 10am to 10pm
Bess Kusina official Facebook Page
The Bacolod Food Hunters did not accept any freebies, incentives or money for this article. We paid for our own food. We practice ethical blogging.