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5.099 TERRP 42(2.04) Bacolod Chicken Inasal: Inasal + Adobong Kangkong

-Cycle 5, Item 99-
14 (Mon) April 2014

-Filipino-
Inasal + Adobong Kangkong

2.5

at Bacolod Chicken Inasal (Robinsons Place)

-Ermita, Manila-

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Try Every Restaurant in Robinsons Place (TERRP), Phase 2.

In Manila since January, living above Robinsons Place, I've been eating my way through the mall.  As far as I know, nobody has ever done anything like this, my unique contribution to the city's food/blog scene.  Initially here on a 3-month contract, I started with the restaurants on the 1st floor (currently 36, down from the initial 40), which I completed last week.  Now staying on a new contract through October, I'm doing the restaurants on the 2nd floor (currently 7, down from the initial 16, then onto to the 3rd and 4th floors, time permitting.  Henceforth, however, I'll take them as they come, no more pushing the agenda; if I don't finish, too bad.


This is the 42nd in the series, the 4th on the 2nd floor.  Pedro Gil Wing.

All restaurants on the 1st floor:

- 39(1.36) Apr 2 / Cabalen (Filipino) (see 5.087 Buffet Scraps) / 1.5 / $$

Previously covered restaurants on the 2nd floor:

- 18(2.01) Feb 19 / Cyma Greek Taverna (Greek) (see 5.045 Spinach & Artichoke Fondue) / 4.0 / $$$
- 40(2.02) Apr 7 / Pho Hoa Noodle Soup (Vietnamese) (see 5.092 Pho Ga) / 1.0 / $$
- 41(2.03) Apr 13 / Almon Marina (Western) (see 5.098 Sydney Special) / 3.0 / $$

Previously covered restaurants on the 3rd floor:

- 12(3.01) Feb 6 / Healthy Shabu Shabu (Japanese) (see 5.032 Fish Fillet Set) / 3.0 / $$$
- 19(3.02) Feb 20 / Shanghai Cuisine (Chinese) (see 5.046 Seafood Chop Suey...) / 2.5 / $$


Bacolod Chicken Inasal is a Filipino chain restaurant.  Founded in 1993.  Currently 24 locations throughout the country, mostly in shopping malls.  While the signature dish is inasal, of course, though the menu also offers a wider variety of Filipino classics.  Not to be confused with Inasal Chicken Bacolod (see generally 4.268 Inasal Chicken...) or Bacolod Chk-n-BBQ House, though they're all pretty much similar kinds of places.


The signature chicken's a bit steep at 99.50 pesos for a quarter...

...but most other dishes fall within the 200 pesos.

I don't get how a beer can be cheaper than a soft drink, but I'm not complaining.

The food was okay.  

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