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Mama Auring Food Garden: A Hidden Food Stop Revealed

Negros Occidental

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Belle Piccio | May 07, 2018

 Mama Auring Food Garden: A Hidden Food Stop Revealed
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 Yes, you’re in the right place. You’re not lost!

Mama Auring Food Garden is located at Katalbas Compound just behind the Barangay Hall of Barangay Old Sagay, Sagay City, Negros Occidental.

If it’s your first time to visit the restaurant, you’ll be passing through a house and you’ll see families inside the compound hanging out around the area.

 The restaurant is not just your ordinary hole-in-the-wall.

If you love to read, just go inside.

There are many food options on their menu. If you love seafoods, this is the place to go when in Sagay.

You can order crabs, shells, shrimps, and not just seafoods but as well as vegetables and other dishes. I was not able to take a photo of all the food on our table as everyone was already digging in.

I was surprised that the meat of this shell just melts in your mouth!

Truly it’s a place for families and friends to eat, enjoy and relax!

P.S. Take this sign seriously! LOL


How to Get There

Sagay is at the northernmost tip of Negros. It's approximately 82 kilometers northeast of Bacolod City (2-hour drive), the provincial capital of Negros Occidental.

From Manila, you can fly to Bacolod (Php2500++, round trip, 45 minutes). From Bacolod-Silay Airport, you can take a shuttle (Php75-100 per head), or a cab and ask to be dropped off at the nearest bus station for Bacolod-Sagay.

Or you can also go to Bacolod via ferry (estimated cost of Php2700++ with meal, round trip, 20-22 hours) from Manila. From the port you can hail a cab and ask to be dropped off at the north terminal bus station for Bacolod-Sagay. Going to Sagay City, buses and vans for hire regularly ply the northbound route of the Negros highway. Sagay is approximately a two-hour drive by private car from Bacolod City.

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