April 29, 2011

Barbecue! at Brgy. Marasbaras, Tacloban City.

One boring afternoon at school, I was with my friend Jess. We were to enroll for summer class but the office was too busy preparing for the graduation rites. It was then 4:30PM when I suggested to do a food trip around Tacloban. We then went to Marasbaras first, the corner going to the City Hospital to be exact. There is a market and food stalls all over the place. 
About a 15 minute drive away from down town Tacloban, Marasbaras is the last Barangay before entering the neighbor town which is Palo. It's also where you can enter V&G subdivision. On a waiting shed for passengers resides a barbecue stall who has made its name for years now with their delicious barbecue and signature sauce. 

From chicken, pork, hot dogs, and even down to the exotic ones, like tripe, beef and chicken skin - they all serve and cook them hot for a few minutes. The small establishment is a must try, because not just is it delicious but is very affordable too. We ordered braised beef skin and my friend suggested we sandwich it on a monay, which is a round bread almost the same with a burger bun. Then we also ordered chicken skin.
The food was absolutely scrumptious and melts in your mouth. I'm not a fan of exotic foods but I have to say I liked these, for the record. They also sell sweet Filipino desserts, made mostly of sticky rice.

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