We had lunch at Jay-j's Chicken Inasal last Thursday. It was not a busy day since it's the middle of the week. Lucky us, there were only a few tables occupied. When we came to the restaurant, I realized this was the same Jay-j's in Manila. A similar hang out place of those who crave for Filipino food with moderate prices and for those who want to spend their time drinking the night away. :)
For me, the inasal mastery should be left to the Bacolodians/Bacoleños. I believe are the experts when it comes to grilling prowess. :D
|Menu - Starters, Inasal, Chicken and Pork|
|Menu - Breakfast, Merienda, Dessert, Fiesta meals|
|Menu - drinks|
|Menu - Beef, Seafoods, Gulay, Sabaw, Rice & Noodles|
We ordered this chicken curry but we weren't able to eat it. We had it packed as a doggy bag.
|Chicken Curry - Php135|
Beef salpicao was really tasty. I didn't like how the beef was cooked though, it was still a bit tough.
|Angus Beef Salpicao - Php175|
Laing was really good. It had bits of pork and chillies with the wonderful blend of the gata.
|Laing - Php 115|
For those who love dinuguan, this is a must try! The crispy pork slices add twist to this conventional Filipino dish.
|Crispy Dinuguan - Php 145|
It was my first time to try Gising-gising. At first, I thought it was Kising-kising. hehe The husband says it's the best he has tried. I guess it's a must try at Jay-j's, too.
|Gising-gising - Php 120|
|Pancit Canton - Php 135|
|Sago't Gulaman - Php 75|