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Barkadahan Grill opened its first store along Tirso Neri and Pabayo Streets on August 29, 2005. The family owned restaurant easily caught the fancy of Kagay-anons who were always on the lookout for something that would satisfy their hunger for good food. The restaurant's wide variety of well-loved â€œinihawâ€ or grilled dishes became an instant hit among many. From then on, Barkadahan Grill was always filled with diners.
After four years, the management decided that it was time to spread their wings a little wider. Thus, they opened a second branch along JR Borja Extension, an area that is now known as the Food Strip. It was a leap of faith that turned into a blessing. Not long after, however, the original Barkadahan Grill in Divisoria was eaten up by fire. It was April of 2011, Easter Sunday. Although it was a tragic incident, the management did not allow it to stop them from fulfilling their plans. Barkadahan temporarily relocated at the Divisoria Arcade, in a 55 square meter space. The restaurant continued to serve palate-pleasing meals to Kagay-anons for 13 months. Soon after, the main branch re-opened and started serving customers again.
Barkadahan now has two more branches in Cagayan de Oro. The Primavera Uptown branch opened on October 12, 2012, while the Ayala Centrio branch opened its doors to the public on November 9, 2012. More branches are set to open in the coming months; with Iligan, Bukidnon, and Quezon City in the list.
Barkadahan Grill's bestsellers are:
â€¢ Blue Marlin â€¢ Chicken Barbecue â€¢ Chicken Inasal â€¢ Sinuglaw â€¢ Kinilaw â€¢ Fresh Lumpia â€¢ Pancit Canton
Kagay-anons also love their Buko Pandan and Buko Halo. Highly recommended are Barkadahan Grill's Burger Ham, Bulalo, and their newest offering: Kare-Kare.
Barkadahan Grill accepts take-out and delivery orders for lunch and dinner.
(Photos from Barkadahan Grill's Facebook Page. Used with permission.)