That was my first time at 27th Bascon, one of the fine dining restaurant in Bacolod City.We had our guests at that time from Manila and we wanted to give them a taste of Bacolod Cuisine. So we brought them at the 27th Bascon Restaurant.
The Ambiance. The Restaurant has an eclectic interior design.The floor has a black and white pattern which looks modern, but the furniture seemed recycled but was beautifully restored. The mezzanine floor has some reproductions of old windows with capiz shells. But if I will give my suggestions, I wanted to change the chandeliers whose shades are in fabric with black and white patterns. The materials and craftsmanship don’t add value to the place.
At 27th Bascon, all plain rice are unlimited … the waiter will come to your table to serve rice from the basket.
The Service. We love the courtesy and attention that were given to us by the waiters. They were so courteous and they were all jolly while serving us. While some of them lack product knowledge, for me they were still one of the best waiters we have in town.
Lupad-Lupad with Guava Sauce. “Lupad” is vernacular term meaning fly
The Food.We ordered “Lupad-Lupad” – a butterfly-cut, deep fried tilapia served with Guava Sauce. The sweet taste of guava sauce creates a different flavor to the fish. Of course, the Callos and Lengua are a must try. The KBL or Kadyos, Baboy and Langka is also one of the best offerings of the place. Our guest found the food really good.
KBL, Kadyos, Baboy and Langka
A must try, Callos
Our Guests ,Mr. and Mrs Ric Abadesco (Mr. Ric Abadesco is PMAP Past President, Jojo Vito, Louie Jomero and Jhona Alojamiento at 27th Bascon
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Address: Corner 27th and Lacson Streets, 6100 Bacolod City, Philippines
Hours : 11:am – 10 pm
Payment Methods: Visa, American Express, Mastercard and Cash
Phone: (034) 4349390