Bacolod City, among other things, is famous for its food and restaurants, because the Negrenses and Bacolodnons like good food and dining out.
Talking about restaurants in Bacolod, one of my favorites restaurants is Enting’s Special of Sagay, located in the main street of Lacson, corner 16th Street.
To go back to Enting’s Special of Sagay Restaurant. The name Enting’s signifies that it is owned by Enting, which is a nickname of Vicente Lobaton, the founder, chief cook, and owner of the restaurant. Sagay is a city in northern Negros Occidental, where Enting first put up his restaurant, and his hometown, too.
Why do I like Enting’s Restaurant of Sagay? Well, I like their food – fresh seafood like scallops, tanguigue kinilaw, as well as their chicken inasal and lechon manok. My wife Elena and daughter Bea like buttered chicken, fried chicken, and crabs. In addition, all of us like their tanguigue fish tinola.
Enting’s fried and buttered chicken are both tasty, especially if dipped in their specially concocted vinegar. And their food prices are relatively cheaper. Their lechon manok is delicious, too.
Enting’s Special of Sagay restaurant in Bacolod is well-ventilated, with good and relaxing ambiance, especially if you sit in their nipa hut with long wooden tables and chairs.
Being located in Lacson Street, the restaurant is easily accessible by public transportation. Their placemat is a long size newsprint paper printed with an article published by the Inquirer, featuring Enting as the kinilaw artist.
Next time you are looking for a restaurant in Bacolod and wants to try fresh seafood, chicken, and even shells, kaldereta and dinugu-an, you have an alternative place to go.
Note: This is NOT a sponsored /paid post or an endorsement for Enting’s. I don’t even know Enting’s personally. I am just sharing my personal experience as a lover of good food.