Bali Seafood Paluto Restaurant
The Memet and I were in Tagaytay last December 24-25. We arrived in Tagaytay around 10am on the 24th and were famished coz we didn't get to have breakfast. (We were supposed to leave for Tagaytay around 5:30am, but for some reason, we woke up at 7am. Haha!)
Anyway, we didn't want to eat bulalo because the wind was really nippy and I never had much liking for sebo. LOL! The Memet was craving for seafood that day, so we zeroed in on Bali Seafood Paluto Restaurant. It's like a miniature dampa, but pretty. I like the white curtains and the hurricane lamps. They add a romantic touch to the place. :)
Took around 15 minutes for our orders to arrive, but boy, was it worth it. The food was yummy!
We ordered two chili crabs. Yummy! Had lots of delectable crab fat. Nom-nom-nom...
Their baked tahong was on the small side, but the taste more than made up for the size. Super tasty.
And of course, some hot soup was much needed to complement the cold weather. XD Their sinigang na tuna belly sa miso was perfect! It had the right asim. Lip-smackingly good!
Oh, this one here isn't soup. It's a water basin so you can wash your hands after chowing down. Hehe! The calamansi is supposed to help get rid of the fishy smell. Not sure if it worked. I used my spoon and fork. T'was just The Memet who went "hands-on".
Oh! Oh! They also had this roving "band" that went from table to table to serenade the diners. I forgot the first song that they sang for us. It was a pretty sweet song. When they finished it, we requested for Parokya ni Edgar's Harana. Haha! I wanted to request something else, but I doubt they can rap. LOL!
Overall, The Memet and I loved our dining experience in Bali Seafood Paluto Restaurant. The food was really good, and the people there were really accommodating. Well-deserving of a tip. ;-)
Here are the details you'll need if you decide to drop by the place: