This is my third time in Dumaguete, And Jo's inato never failed me. Food here is cheap but so delicious, Best Chicken inato in town..
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Again we have eaten here many times, chicken over the grill is exellent, need to eat with your hands but thats all part of the experiance.
I ate at 2 branches of Jo's during my recent trip to Dumaguete (can't help it, my companions like chicken). For the one near Siliman University, one order of chicken automatically comes with 2 cups of rice. When we ate here, they only had the...More
First of all, this is a very inexpensive local restaurant. For those of you expecting five-star service at these prices, perhaps you need to re-evaluate your expectations. I eat here every visit to Dumaguete and I am never disappointed with the food. If you want...More
The chicken taste good. I don think they cook it per order because when my order arrived, it's already cold. They have this "pay as you order" rule since they have a lot of experience where the costumer does not pay after eating. The second...More
The place usually packed by local tourist and town folks especially at night and on weekends. The grilled barbeque chicken has a distinct taste in comparison to Bacolod's chicken inasal. Chicken is juicy but have a sweet taste. Spices is nothing fancy it is limited...More
This was our first stop and first meal of the day coming from the airport. Ordered the usual inato paa, pork sinigang, halohalo, kangkong, chicken skin and rice. Service was a letdown. It's a pay as you order resto now as compared to two years...More
Jo's garners the most recommendation of where to enjoy chicken inato when in Dumaguete. Served with a cup of steamed rice and atsara (pickled green papaya), the skewed, flavored and then grilled quarter chicken meal costs 105 Pesos when ordered upstairs; dining at the ground...More