GELATO LAB: UTT Winner #2 Rating 4.22 258 foodies rated 5- Awesome! I would recommend it! 176 foodies rated 4- I love it! 86 foodies rated 3- We had a good time. 19 foodies rated 2- It is OK. 5 foodies rated 1- Thanks, but it could be better.
Poco Deli is home to one of our favorite artisan sausages and comfort food in Kapitolyo Food Street and Ayala Triangle.
Poco Deli's mission is to craft the finest premium quality specialty meats, condiments, and comfort foods. They are committed to serving only the premium, fresh and all-natural prime meats.
Foodies are raving about Poco Deli's Artisanal charcuterie – Sausages, Bacon, Pastrami. They use only quality meat such as prime USDA meats from the US, French pork, NZ lamb, and German spices in creating this batch. Having it cooked in a brick oven for a long time gives it that intense smoky flavor.
Congratulations for winning the top #3 spot in Ultimate Taste Test 2015!
POCO DELI: UTT Winner #3 Rating 4.21 209 foodies rated 5 – Awesome! I would recommend it! 207 foodies rated 4 – I love it! 38 foodies rated 3 – We had a good time. 28 foodies rated 2 – It is OK. 3 foodies rated 1 – Thanks, but it could be better.
Bacolod City is the capital of Negros Occidental. It’s in the Negros Island in the Visayas in the Philippines. Its population is five hundred to six hundred thousand.
The Masskara Festival happens on the weekend nearest to October 19, which is the Charter Day of Bacolod. Normally we open in October 1 and it ends on October 19. It usually starts with a fun run, walk, jog, hike, and then they [the Bacolodnons] all meet at The Plaza. That happens every October 1 to open the festivities.
MANILA CREAMERY: UTT Winner #4 Rating 4.21 198 foodies rated 5- Awesome! I would recommend it! 141 foodies rated 4- I love it! 61 foodies rated 3- We had a good time. 20 foodies rated 2- It is OK. 2 foodies rated 1- Thanks, but it could be better.
Foodies loved the flavors and juiciness of the meat from Roast Angus beef. It's the same original sultry roast beef by "the sultry chef" with the same quality you can get from hotels but with affordable fast-food prices.
THE BEEF BARN Eastwood Citywalk 2, 1110 Quezon City, Philippines Facebook:BeefBarn Website: www.beefbarn.ph
THE BEEF BARN: UTT Winner #6 Rating 4.13 302 foodies rated 5- Awesome! I would recommend it! 176 foodies rated 4- I love it! 118 foodies rated 3- We had a good time. 44 foodies rated 2- It is OK. 1 foodies rated 1- Thanks, but it could be better.
Tarlaqueña is a family catering and services owned by Ms. Dinna Tolentino.
Their best-selling dish is the Callos Ala Tarlaqueña, a recipe passed down by her grandmother from Tarlac. Callos or Ox tripe stew was introduced here in the Philippines during the Spanish Colonial era. Tarlaquena's Callos used the traditional cooking method "siga" or slow cooking using an open fire. It is flavored with spicy chorizo and is quite rich, thick and sticky.
TARLAQUENA CATERING SERVICE #1 Anonas Extention Sikatuna Village, 1101 Quezon City, Philippines Phone: +632 921-5354, +632 352-6189 Website: www.tarlaquenacatering.com.ph Facebook: Tarlaquena-Catering
TARLAQUENAL: UTT Winner #6 Rating 4.13 248 foodies rated 5- Awesome! I would recommend it! 185 foodies rated 4- I love it! 102 foodies rated 3- We had a good time. 29 foodies rated 2- It is OK. 4 foodies rated 1- Thanks, but it could be better.
Experience 20 days of merry making with street parties, endless food, and wonderful masquerade costumes that make up Bacolod City's MassKara Festival.
It is considered by the likes of CNN and National Geographic as a must do experience when visiting the Philippines. The celebration starts between Oct 1 to 19, with the biggest event starting on the weekend nearest to the 19th.
Our #BoomingBacolod adventure starts as we'll show how you can make the most of the MasKara Festival from festival line-ups & parades, must-go parties, delicious local fares, yummy desserts, pasalubong, tourist spots and tips!
By the way, this is the hometown of Abi of Team Our Awesomeplanet. So expect a guided tour from a local's perspective. Come and join us as we rediscover Bacolod City. 🙂
Visiting Bacolod City won't be complete without having a trip to The Ruins of Talisay City. Built by the Sugar Baron Don Mariano Ledesma Lacson in 1911 as a testament to his ill-fated love Maria Braga. The Mansion's history is comparably similar to the Taj Mahal of India.
Our Awesome Guide to Bacolod City and the Masskara Festival