If there’s one thing Negros Occidental is known for aside from its sugarcane, it has to be the delicious cuisine that comes from its farmlands and seas.
“Namit” is an Ilonggo word for yummy food, and Negrense cuisine is one of the nation’s best in terms of richness in flavor.
Metro Manilans who missed last month’s MassKara Festival in Bacolod City have another opportunity to experience the best of Negrense cuisine through the Namit Namit Food Festival at Rockwell Center in Poblacion, Makati City, Friday to Sunday, November 10-12, organizer Benjie Torre said.
Three popular inasal brands are participating in this three-day festival: Bacolod Chicken Inasal, JT’s Manukan Grille, and Inasalan sa Dalan.
Other Negrense foodie favorites that are featured in the 2023 edition of Namit Namit Food Festival are Manolo’s by Chef Manny Torrejon, Pat-pat’s Kansi, Ereñeta-Manaloto Chorizo de Bacolod, Grem’s Deli, Quan Delicacies, Elsie’s Diner, Fresh Start, Marissa’s Artisan Ice Cream and Pies, Mit-Namit Food Hub, and the iconic century-old El Ideal Bakery.
Now on its second year, the Namit Namit Food Festival at Power Plant Mall’s Hidalgo Driveway is co-presented by Rockwell Land Corp. and Sugarsmiles Philippines Management Inc. in partnership with San Miguel Brewery and The Keg BGC.*
For more information, please visit Rockwell Center Bacolod.