Bypass Bistro

Bypass Bistro is a new restaurant located at The Billboards – corner BS Aquino and Lacson Streets.  This restaurant was created by a group of friends who decided to go into the restaurant business.  They have some interesting concepts and ideas – trying to elevate the standard bar and pub food into something more classy….

Kuppa: better than Starbucks

Today the Bacolod Food Hunters have a special guest blogger who will be helping us write about her favourite restaurant!  It’s little cousin Aya and her article is about Ice Cream at Kuppa. The Bacolod Food Hunters headed to Kuppa because the little ones wanted some Gelato.  When we got there it was CROWDED! The…

Pamilya Grill: (alias Fake Bobs) Ribs, Sate and Mongolian Barbeque

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…

18th street Palapala: Tangigue Kinilaw

This article was made possible by the kind sponsorship of Dr. P.R.M, the newest member of  the Bacolod Food hunters. The island of Negros is blessed with abundant natural resources and surrounded by clean blue sea.  It is not surprising then that seafood restaurants are popular in Bacolod.  Tourists and locals alike enjoy the delicious…

Inaka – 5 star Japanese Food.

Inaka is the first and the oldest Japanese restaurant in Bacolod.  It is owned by Martin’s childhood friend, Aljay De La Paz. When we were little kids we would hang out at Inaka just for fun and to accompany aljay’s mom and we would be bored to death.  We would play with toothpicks for hours…

Yummy Yummy: Timeless student favorite

Yummy Yummy is a very old restaurant that caters primarily to the students of the University of Saint La Salle. Countless generations of La Sallian students have sat at their tables and eaten their food. Martin remembers when he was in kindergarten, he would go with his father to Capitol Supermart to do their grocery…