Bacolod: Pepe’s Grill | Where to eat in Bacolod

So to continue my kuwento about my great big Negros Occidental adventure with three amazing friends, we had dinner at Pepe’s Grill, known to be one of Bacolod City’s finest restaurants. Located at Sorrento Piazza along Lacson Street (the main thoroughfare in Bacolod City), Pepe’s Grill is almost always packed. Lucky for us, there was a spare table good for the four of us when we arrived!

A lot of yuppies go to Pepe’s Grill for dinner before heading off to a bar for a night of booze and dancing with friends. Families and barkadas also go to Pepe’s Grill for weekend lunches and dinners. In fact, when we arrived, there were several parents enjoying meals with their kids. So judging by the many satisfied customers, one can surmise that this Bacolod restaurant is doing something right!

Oh yeah, I just had to take a photo of this colorful wall decoration at Pepe’s Grill:

pepe's grill bacolod

And now, for photos of our delicious meals!

Beef salpicao:

salpicao at pepe's grill bacolod

BBQ baby back ribs:

bbq baby back ribs at pepe's grill bacolod city

And this — well, this really left some of us swearing off jalapenos for a pretty long time LOL — chili cheese fingers (some of the cheese sticks have an entire jalapeno!)

chili cheese fingers

Prices at Pepe’s Grill Bacolod City are very reasonable. My back ribs meal only cost P160.00, if I’m not mistaken. Not bad for a heavy and tasty meal.

The Masskara Festival in Bacolod City is coming up next month (October) so if any of you want to try a restaurant in Bacolod that doesn’t only serve chicken inasal, try going to Pepe’s Grill. You might like your visit as much as my friends and I did!

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Mindanaoan Irene

Mindanaoan is a multi-awarded blogger, social media strategist, publicist, Google Business Group - Women lead organizer, avid traveler and a proud relief operations volunteer. She is also a regular resource person for social media and blogging related conferences/workshops here and abroad. In 2012, Mindanaoan also completed a US Gov't. Department of State-sponsored International Visitor Leadership Program for emerging global leaders. She toured the U.S. for about a month for her IVLP experience. She is the founder of a bloggers group and social media club. She is also an active member of several online media, bloggers and social media enthusiasts groups all over the world. Mindanaoan is available for work and travel. Contact Mindanaoan at mindanaoan@gmail.com

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  1. December 29, 2015

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