As the weekend was approaching, it looked like more rain from Tropical Storm Marce all day Saturday. I took this photo from our house when the rain was driving and the palm trees were swaying.
Our son had a late afternoon Birthday Party to attend, of one of his classmates, at Pizza Hut on Sunday, so we planned to hit the road on Saturday. We were blessed in that Saturday morning was clear, sunny and no rain.
The first stop was at Spice’s Bite, a new Indian Restaurant, located across the street from Robinson’s Supermarket at the Triangle in Bacolod. Thanks to Pepe, a reader and poster on the Bacolod Food Hunters right here on Word Press, for telling everyone about the new Indian Restaurant!
Spice’s Bite is the second Indian Restaurant to open in Bacolod in the last several months, so of course, we were making comparisons. There is a great atmosphere inside Spice’s Bite. Indian pop music is piped in their sound system but it is not too loud. It is tolerable and one can talk comfortably at their tables.
I highly recommend Lamb Curry at Spice’s Bite. You get a very generous portion for P54. I ordered the mild spicy lamb curry. It was great!
Chapati is the Indian bread on the menu at Spice’s Bite. An order of six pieces is P60. Chapati is great for eating with curry dishes. Chapati allows one to eat by hand without getting messy. Just dip the chapati in the curry and enjoy!
The next stop was at Aribu in the Mandalagan Art District, located off Lacson Street and past Robinsons Place Mall. Aribu is a deli specializing in cold cuts, sausages and cheeses.
There are tables outside Aribu where on can sit, relax and enjoy an ice cold beverage. That is exactly what we did before actually shopping.
I was focused on one thing at Aribu and that was Sausage! There are many sausages to choose from but I decided on their best seller, as the friendly staff informed me.
The best seller at Aribu is also one of my all time favorite sausages. Kielbasa. P378 for this package of Kielbasa, which is one kilo. I see 12 sandwiches on a baguette for me in this one kilo! Nope, I am not greedy but my wife and our son do not share my love for Kielbasa! It is all for me.
You got it right! I could not hardly wait to get home and try a Kielbasa Sandwich! The Kielbasa is fried with yellow onions, the baguette is toasted and I added French’s Horseradish Mustard and topped with Libby’s Crispy Sauerkraut. Wow! It was great.
Time to dig in and enjoy!
Every Sunday is groovy. Sunday is always the best day of the week for me. One can go to church and still have more fun afterward. Last Sunday afternoon was Birthday Party time at Pizza Hut in Gaisano Mall.
With a large extended Filipino family and with many Filipino friends in the Bacolod Area, there seems to be a Birthday, a Wedding, an Anniversary or some special activity or event in different people’s lives every month. And that is the truth!
A birthday is not complete in the Philippines without spaghetti.
Please don’t get excited and run down to your nearest Pizza Hut expecting to find this pasta on their menu because it isn’t there! This GG Spaghetti Special is prepared at home by Grace and Gary. Ground round beef, mushrooms, eggplant, Italian style spaghetti sauce and Parmesan Cheese. I eat pasta at home several times a week and I never tire of it. I think the Kielbasa from Aribu will also work nicely in the next spaghetti we prepare at home.
It was another great weekend for us in Bacolod City. I hope to see you one day, all around Bacolod because we will be here.