The Hotel and Restaurant Association of Negros Occidental (HRANO) hopes that with the return of the Sabor Bisaya Food Expo and Culinary Competition this year, more students can showcase their talents and inspire more people to discover local culinary culture.
HRANO President Bobby Magalona said on Wednesday, October 18, that after four years the culinary expo and competition are back in partnership with the city government.
The 7th Sabor Bisaya Food Expo and Culinary Competition welcomed 14 culinary experts from around the country with about 200 competitors joining the two-day event on Thursday and Friday, Oct. 18 to 19, at the Acacia Hotel Convention Hall in Bacolod City.
Magalona said that the event aims to enhance the culinary culture in Bacolod and give students a platform to show their skills and develop their talent and confidence.
Through the event, Magalona said that he hopes to inspire more people to try to local culinary delights of Bacolod.*