We liked the ambiance. It was bright and roomy with high ceiling and glass windows surrounding the entire restaurant. And again, set meals are offered which makes ordering for a group of people much much easier.
It was a rainy Sunday last week when we went to see the Orchid Show at the Quezon Memorial Circle. For lunch, we decided to eat at Bacolod Chicken Inasal right at the Circle's grounds.
The set meal we chose was super sulit. We each had, of course, chicken inasal, and we got to choose the chicken part we preferred.
We ordered two pechos and two legs.
The set meal came with a bowl of molo soup for four. Hot and tasty. And a sizzling plate of bangus sisig which was suprisingly good!
The set meal didn't come with a vegetable dish, though, so we opted to order their chopsuey, not the best looking nor tasting chopsuey around, but was good enough. We washed everything down with glasses of iced tea; yes, still part of the set meal.
Ending the meal, and included in the set was buco pandan for each of us. Again, not the best tasting buco pandan around, but the sweetness helped cap off the meal . I would think paying only a little over a thousand bucks for this entire set was so worth it.