Another family-oriented and family-owned restaurant in this list is Bob’s Restaurant
. Their 50-year-old North Drive branch is one of three Bob’s restaurants in the city. The other two are in Lacson Street and SM City Bacolod.
To beat the heat, they have regular halo-halo at PhP86 and special halo-halo at PhP101.
A summer treat at local institution Bob’s Restaurant (Photo courtesy of Jay Velas)
Bob’s Restaurant is famous for its sate babe and Mongolian rice. They also take pride in producing one of the top sans rival cakes in Bacolod, which costs around PhP500 to 700 per piece or PhP75to 90 per slice.
The restaurant is good for groups and is conducive for meetings. Their North Drive Branch has function rooms upstairs for a private dining experience for groups of 10 to 30 people.
Location: B.S. Aquino Drive and is across Riverside Medical Hospital.
Contact No.: (+6334) 434-2409 or (+6334) 709-1307.
How to get there: Look for jeepneys heading to Riverside Medical Hospital, such as ones with routes from Northbound to Libertad and from Shopping to San Agustin.
Whether you are trying to cool off on a hot summer day or simply wanting to check out sweet and fruity Negrense offerings, it is best to get your fill of halo-halo during the afternoon. You may also want to check out these establishments’ other food offerings to complement your *halo-halo.*
You can choose a restaurant that’s near you or one you feel comfortable in, but either way, all of these halo-halo spots in Bacolod are worth going to!
Prices are subject to change without prior notice.