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Experience Bacolod’s Original Inasal at Chicken Deli Centrio

May 3, 2017 by CdoCityEvents

Good News: We can finally get to enjoy the famed and unparalleled Chicken Inasal of Bacolod as Chicken Deli has now opened their first and newest branch here in Cagayan de Oro last Sunday, April 30, 2017.

Located at the 3rd floor of Centrio Mall (in between Roadhouse Cafe and the Munchery Bazaar), Chicken Deli introduces to us the unique flavor every Ilonggo of Bacolod City and its neighboring cities have loved over the years.

Their signature Chicken Pechopak / Paa (esp. Inasal flavor) is a must-try for starters and for those who are trying out Chicken Deli for the first time. They serve sizzling Pork Sisig, Pork BBQ, Banguisto, Beef Kare-Kare, Lechon Kawali and Liempo as well. Quick Tip: Add P12 to upgrade your meal to “Unlimited Rice” + Free Hot Soup. Perti ka namit gid!

Tight on budget? Solved! They have 8 Tipid Meals to choose from and these are surprisingly as low as P49!

BEAT THE HEAT! Upgrade your soft drink to Pinoy Halo Deli or Sago’t Gulaman, or complement your “deli-cious” Chicken, Pinoy Classic or Tipid Meal with the all-time favorite Leche Flan or Turon Sticks. Price ranges from P49 to P89.

Chicken Deli: Authentic Inasalan at Iba Pa is known for their tasty, appetizing and original Bacolod-style Chicken since 1983 with its brand endorser:

“…Para ma discover ng mga Pilipino kung saan talaga nagsimula yung Inasal. Kung ano yung totoong lasa ng Inasal… Gusto kong ma discover kung gaano kasarap yung pagkain didto”

—Dennis Trillo, Movie and TV Actor

Chicken Deli Centrio is open from Sunday to Saturday, 10AM to 9PM.

Bucket O’ Shrimp & More Makes A Big Comeback In CDO

April 27, 2017 by CdoCityEvents

Seafood lovers, Bucket O’ Shrimp & More, your favored and missed restaurant is back and is now grander as ‘Kinilaw’ and ‘Seafood Stew’ is now in their Menu —dishes that were added just for you!
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Gift Certificates for Teachers: Get One for FREE at Coffeeholic Today!

October 4, 2016 by Mr. Prince Price

As a way of giving honor to teachers this coming World Teacher’s Day, Coffeeholic is giving away a FREE P100 gift certificate to every teacher coming at their newly opened coffee shop branch at SM City (during mall hours) from October 4 to 8, 2016 (Tuesday to Saturday).

Here’s how, dear teachers: Simply present your school or university I.D at Coffeeholic located at the ground floor of SM City. Yes, it is just that easy. The gift certificate is good for coffee drinks.

If you have more questions, you may message Coffeeholic at their official Facebook page at . The Lord bless all teachers out there!

7 Facts About Jollibee That Almost Nobody Knows

September 30, 2016 by Mr. Prince Price

As the 18th Jollibee in Cagayan de Oro opens tomorrow (October 1, 2016), I have decided to make this article as a tribute to the evident success of Jollibee: “7 Facts About Jollibee That Almost Nobody Knows”. Facts like “Jollibee was owned by Tony Tan Caktiong” and “Jollibee started in Cubao, Quezon City way back in 1975” are common already. What I am about to share here are seven (7) never-heard-of’s and shocking facts about Jollibee:

FACT 1. Jollibee’s former name was “Jolibe”.
It was added with another “L” and an “E” in 1980 which birthed the idea of a “jolly bee”.

FACT 2. Jollibee is a “Disney”-inspired bee.
It was actually Manuel Lumba to first design the iconic Jollibee mascot. He shared that he drew inspiration from his daughter’s Disney comic books in doing so. Are the white gloves of Mickey and of Jollibee similar? Yes, it is.

FACT 3. Jollibee used to be color green.
That’s right. He used to be a green and a “slender” bee wearing a red suit.

FACT 4. “Jollibee” was not the first mascot to debut for Jollibee.
Yep, it was Mr. Yum, not Jollibee to first debut as a live mascot for Jollibee fast food. Mr. Yum debuted to represent their first flagship product, the Yum Burger.

FACT 5. Jollibee has three (3) discontinued mascot friends.
Sad as this may sound but yes! Mico, Lady Moo, and Chickee are the discontinued mascot friends of Jollibee. They were suppose to represent Jollibee’s flagship products, Milkshakes and ChickenJoy.

FACT 6. The Jollibee that you see today is designed by artist Willie Villano.
The cute and cheeky “color red with yellow stripes” Jollibee mascot was made by him.

FACT 7. Jollibee is the most famous bee of them all!
Since Jollibee made it to the top 10 international fast food chains in 2014, there is no doubt that he is the most famous (and the cutest) bee in the world!


S&R 3-day Sale is Coming: Follow This 3 Tips to Make Your Shopping Easier

September 15, 2016 by Mr. Prince Price

S&R Membership Shopping will be giving its members up to 50% discount treat by the end of September until October 3, 2016! There are also Buy 1, Take 1 on selected items on this 3-day sale.
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Longtime Judges of KUMBIRA, recognized by COHARA during KUMBIRA Moments

August 20, 2016 by Mr. Prince Price

August 16, 2016, two days before the launch of the 20th KUMBIRA, Cagayan de Oro Hotel and Restaurant Association (COHARA) had set an “Appreciation Night” for the professional chefs, food writers and restaurant proprietors who
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Finest Sweets at Dave’s Beanery Cafe

July 18, 2016 by Mandy Zablan

Much of our fond memories involve desserts. They are quintessentially a staple in every major event of our lives – Birthdays, Weddings, Anniversaries… most of which are very special to us and often shared with loved ones. In the creative process of baking a cake, it is simply not enough that cakes and desserts look appealing but most importantly delicious, delicate, and soft yet has that certain excellence in texture and quality – something that some bakeshops tend to forget. Certainly not the case for Dave’s Beanery Café, they embody the term homemade.

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3 Reasons Why Kagay-anons Love BadBurgers So Bad

March 12, 2016 by admin

Last February 12, 2016, BadBurgers, a new burger restaurant, was birthed in Cagayan de Oro. It quickly became one of today’s favorite go-to resto of Kagay-anons and became the town’s talk-about because they serve a Black Burger – a very unique and interesting color for a burger bun indeed. And just this month, we, the Team, visited this emerging burger shop and have tried their some of their burgers.

We wanted to find out why in the world these burgers are labelled “bad” (which is, by the way, the most asked question by their visitors). Some say it is because of the “Black Burger”, but it is hard to conclude since they serve “brown-bunned” burgers as well. Others suspect it is because they might taste plain bad. Hmm. But these burgers are being praised so much in Instagram and Facebook, so more likely it can’t be.

Is this just to catch our attention? Or is this communicating something about their burger? Let’s figure that out, but first, here are three (3) things that are indeed undeniable about their burgers which may be the reasons why many love BadBurgers:

1. They are so big

Yes, they are. Take the Dominator Burger for example. This cheese burger with patty, lettuce, and garlic mayonnaise is actually 8-inches (in diameter). This mouth-watering burger topped with sesame seeds with some crunchy kropeks can fill up 3-4 tummies. Now eat that!

2. They are so tasty

The taste makes you want to eat more. You wouldn’t even notice you have eaten half of it already. Also, you will immediately notice at first bite the freshness of the patty and the veggies in their burgers. They are cooked at the moment of order; not pre-cooked.

3. They are so instagramable

By “instagramable” we mean that it looks so good not to be posted in Instagram – and that exactly what BadBurgers is! The size and tastiness of the burger can actually be captured by the very lens of your camera. No wonder many weren’t able to resist posting a picture of these burgers.

So why is it “bad”? Well, maybe because they just taste so good you’d want to eat them again —  so bad. Why not try it out today for yourself?

BadBurgers is located at Corrales Avenue cor. Domingo Velez Street, Center Point Arcade (behind AA BBQ) and is open from Monday to Sunday 11AM up to 11PM. They have also opened a new branch at uptown, Masterson-Camella Avenue (beside Rose Pharmacy). See you with your burgers!

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