Restaurants / Bars

Bai Is a Student Haunt near DLSU Serving Dumaguete Cuisine at Budget-Friendly Prices

September 3, 2019

Dumaguete is not just a jump-off point for Siquijor and Apo Island. In recent years especially, the quiet town has proven that it has more to offer, from university tours to nature treks. But when you’re trapped in the Metro, the closest thing you can get is its cuisine. Bai, a casual student haunt near DLSU, specializes in food from Dumaguete—and it’s not just those famous silvanas.

Bai-by, that’s what I’m talking about!

They serve different meals using recipes from Negros Oriental. They also have a bunch of familiar items on the menu, but these often come with a twist. Their Sinugbang Manok (roast chicken), for example, is easily mistakable for chicken inasalbut their version is sweeter, and made using a homemade sauce.


Bai

A casual restaurant serving food from Dumaguete.

address: 2436 Leon Guinto Street corner Kapitan Ticong Street, Malate, Manila
VISIT: 10AM-10PM Mondays to Fridays / 10AM-3PM on Saturdays / Closed on Sundays
CONTACT: (02) 907-5319 / (0917) 506-9975 / bairestaurant2014@gmail.com
SPEND: PHP130-500
FOLLOW: Facebook / Instagram

Jica Simpas Jica Simpas

Jica hopes that by writing about food she'll actually learn how to cook. But for now, she'll happily just eat everything—especially cookies.

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