I'll be honest - I find it difficult to eat at a palce which had "slaughter house compound"as part of it;'s address (thankfully, you do not see any carcasses from this restaurant / carinderia), but anyway I accompanied some of my friends when they came to eat here.
"Slaughter house" is actually a line up of about 8 small eateries (they are too simple to be called restaurants!) - and more of "eat and leave"kind of places. Balajadia and Nico's tend to be more popular, but imho, they all looked quiet the same.
I was told (amidst their slurping!) that the food was good, meat was tender, but strictly Ifugao style. The menu had bulalo, sinampalukan, many items made from goats meat like kaldereta, pinapaitan and pork dishes liek inoihaw and adobo (I think they had adobo of all meats), and sinanglaw. Balajadia has a small grill outside.
Servings are pretty huge - a dish costs 80-120 pesos and easily fills two tummies.
As for the eatery itself, it was clean, with simple benches and tables. Open on one side (so that you advertise what you are eating to prospective customers!)
It is located off Magsaysay avenue - just tell your taxi driver slaughter house Balajadia.
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