Virgie’s: Pasalubong galore!

Pat, one of the members of the Bacolod food hunters was going to Manila for the weekend to visit her old office mates. She asked everybody for their opinions on what to buy since she wanted to buy really special stuff for her boss. So everybody piled into the car and went to Virgie’s !…

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…

We’re in Food Magazine’s February 2010 issue!

The Bacolod Food Hunters are thrilled that their blog post on kikiam was mentioned in  Food Magazine’s  special article on Chinese Food! We almost didn’t get our copy of Food Magazine because someone wanted to buy YUMMY instead.  (To that someone: Aren’t you glad we bought Food Magazine this month? HarHarHar) Actually we didn’t notice…

Sugarcane as a snack: Pangos tubo.

Sugarcane is everywhere in Negros Occidental. The Bacolod Food Hunters spotted a boy enjoying an afternoon snack and just relaxing and doing some serious “Pangos tubo.”

Imay’s : Fun dining at a seafood restaurant.

The hot summer sun shone relentlessly down on Bacolod, stimulating the appetites of the Bacolod food hunters. “I want to go to Balaring! ” A Bacolod food hunter moaned. But Balaring was too far and everyone was already very hungry so we went to another seafood restaurant:  Imay’s! The Bacolod Food hunters noticed a huge…

Bailon’s Piaya: The original crispy piaya

The Bacolod Food hunters present by popular demand:  Bailon’s Piaya Bailon’s Food is located behind Lopue’s San Sebastian, near Bamboo tonogbanwa’s christmas village.  The store is very simple and at first we couldn’t believe that this was really THE Bailon that sells the piaya. We went inside and the first thing we noticed that the…