Ibayo by Barrio Fiesta

Inspired by the years of their clan’s success, brothers Tyrone and Tristan Ongpauco, third generation members of the Barrio Fiesta Restaurant Chain clan, decided to create a bistro style restaurant.

Having the desire to carry on the rich culture and heritage of Barrio Fiesta, the Ibayo concept was put to life. Ibayo, literally meaning “the next town,” offers the same classic Filipino favorites such as the famous Crispy Pata, the mouth-watering Sinalab Special, and the crave-satisfying Mama Chit’s Special. While loyal to its Barrio Fiesta roots, Ibayo offers a new and exciting line of signature food and cocktail redefining the classic Filipino dining experience with a modern bistro twist.

Ibayo Firesticks. My favorite Ibayo appetizer. While some would prefer their mini egg rolls filled with jalapeno and cheese a little more hot, I’d say this one is just right for me. I could eat a whole bunch if there was not anything else left on the table. There were a handful of other appetizers to try out: Green Mango Salad, Chicharon Bulaklak, Kilawin Tanigue (our favorite which we forgot to order that night), et. al.

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Ibayo’s Signature Dishes

Ibayo’s Signature Dishes turn out to be real hits. These three scrumptious dishes: Ibayo White Adobo, Ibayo Crispy Catfish and Ibayo Firesticks are three of the must try dishes from their menu.

Ibayo White Adobo

A different take on Philippine’s most popular dish. The best chicken and pork adobo cooked sans the soy sauce.

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