Ado’s pride themselves in serving comfort food. Their menu includes Beef Salpicao (P210), Lasagna Al Forno (P280) and the Ado’s Burger (P230). Simple, homey and pretty straightforward. Much like their spot in La Luz building.Their Rabo De Toro (P270) is one of their house specials. It is a Spanish Oxtail stew slowly simmered in savory tomato and red wine sauce, and cooked with carrots and bell peppers. The gelatinous goodness of the tail is what I enjoyed most—it is fatty, tasty and chewy. Perfect to pair with a few beers or whisky. And yes, Ado’s have plenty of those.I was excited to see (finally!) shrimp scampi that is not made into a pasta. Ado’s Shrimp Scampi (P290) is the Hawaiian version of the dish wherein it is served with steamed rice topped with garlic sauce.
End your meal with their decadent Molten Chocolate Lava Cake (P120). Ado’s is a great choice for a late-night grub in the city— and Bacolod is missing a lot of those. Also a bonus, they have a wide array of alcoholic drinks.
Drop by with family and friends!