Thursday, December 3, 2009

Cheap Food: Bais/Dumaguete

This blog is not just about cheap finds (clothes) at the thrift stores. This blog is also about cheap finds outside the thrift stores -- cheap ways to travel, etc.

Whenever my boyfriend and I travel, our top priority is always to see to it that the place we're going to has decent places where we can eat. While Dumaguete City is bursting with food places, Bais City is the opposite.

Photos (top to bottom):
- Hotcake & Ice Crumble (P10)
- Cheeseburger (?)
- Egg & Cheese Sandwich (?)
- Beef Stew, Potato Croquette, Greek Salad, and Chicken Asparagus Soup (P300 or less)
- Spanish Chorizo, Scrambled Eggs (P150 or less)
- Spanish Omelet (P150 or less)

first 4 photos by Joel Lopez
last 2 photos by me


  1. all these are super yummy. gimme.

  2. halika, kain tayo. :) super yummy indeed, especially the street food. :D

  3. Love those foodies..
    Jarah drools..

  4. thanks, sarah. :)
    belated happy birthday..

  5. I've only been to Bais once when I was very young. A lot of people goes to Bais to see the lights during Christmas.

    Love the food especially the omelet.

  6. PS: I missed the sweet tiny chorizos that they sell in Fortune Mart in Dumaguete. They taste like longanisa to me but we call it chorizo.hehe!

  7. taga-dumaguete ka? when we went to bais, they were still installing the Christmas tree so we didn't get to see it yet. :)