Whenever I’m in the mood for hot chocolate (which is whenever I have a runny nose or when I want to feel like it’s Christmas again), I always head over to Bacolod Chicken Inasal for their bottomless native tsokolate.
For just fifty five pesos, you get cupful after cupful of hot tablea tsokolate drink all night long. The cup is small, but it’s enough for you to savor the rich taste of the local tsokolate drink before it gets cold (then you can ask for another steaming mug). If you get the chance, try Bacolod Chicken Inasal’s Bottomless Native Tsokolate. It warms you up in all the right places.
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