Obdulia's Business Inn
Cor. Perdices and Colon Streets
Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental
26 February 2009
On our last day in Dumaguete, brother and I checked the sunrise at the Rizal Boulevard, strolled along the streets of the city, checked e-mails, and picked up our laundry.
Come lunch time, all of us decided to taste the foods of Highway 10, a restaurant located at the ground floor of Obdulia's Business Inn, where we were staying. Guests staying at the inn can just phone in their orders at the front desk and the food will be delivered in their rooms, but we decided to experience the dining pleasures as well, so we decided to just go down and eat.
Dubbed as, "Fast Food for Fast People," Highway 10 is one of the most interesting flood places I have been to. They surely lived up to the name of the place... it's like I am this race car driver about to eat lunch. :)
Highway 10 opened 08 November 2008 and is owned by Aries Alvarez, who is also a franchise owner of Chicken Ati-Atihan. His grandfather founded Bejar's, the first food chain in Dumaguete.
Here's what we had:
The Highway Chicken Roaster - one of their signature dishes. Foodies have their own choice if they wanted the thigh / leg part or the breast / wing part. This food is a not chicken inasal (a well known chicken dish in this part of the country), but it was really delicious when dipped in soy sauce mixed with vinegar and calamansi juice. This dish is worth 85 pesos (nearly 2USD), and it already comes with drinks.
Chicken Halang Halang - I don't know how to describe this dish - we just ordered it because brother and I were curious of its name. It's like a fusion of adobo and stir fry.... whatever it is, you just HAVE to try this, it's delicious as well.
The restaurant has so many good foods to offer, we will just have to try it the next time we come back.
*** Jenn ***