KAMALIG NI ROGER, a new restaurant serving your favorite kambingan dishes as well as native bulalo, pugo and bisaya manok has just opened along Masterson Avenue (near DILG) in Uptown Cagayan de Oro City. It is the second Kamalig ni Roger branch after its inaugural branch in El Salvador City.

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GETTING THERE. Kamalig ni Roger is located near the vicinity of KarrJackson and DILG Regional Office No. 10 along Masterson Avenue. Just take the new concrete road across Searsolin and the diner is approximately 30 meters from the highway. View map below.

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Customers can park their vehicles along this concrete road.

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You can see Searsolin in the background.

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Here’s the full menu. Goat dishes include paklay, kilawin, halang-halang, caldereta, papaitan, adobo and sinigang set. Native chicken dishes include adobo, tinola, pinaupong manok, lechon manok and atay baticolon. They also have beef steak, bulalo and siki and sinigang talakitok.

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Some of the dishes like sinigang set, pinaupong manok, lechon manok can be ordered and cooked ahead by contacting 0927-730-2464. Prices range from P40 (atay baticolon) to P650 (sinigang set).

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You can see how they cook some of their dishes.

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Kamalig ni Roger is also halal-certified so it guarantees there is no pork in their servings.

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The dining area has an ambiance of a native restaurant including the walls and ceiling.

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So what are you waiting for? Check it out.

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