Seafood and lutong bahay has been and will always be my favorite indulgence on weekends. Weekdays, though, are my strict diet days so on weekends, I certainly feed myself with sumptuous treats. I call it my cheat days. Another weekend in Tagaytay led us to Bali Seafood Paluto.
The first time I had an encounter with Bali was a year ago. I know that it serves authentic and fresh Fililpino seafood dishes. We had their crispy shrimp in breading, calamares, binagoongang seafood, and ginataang seafood. Apparently, I forgot the name of each dish but I assure you these are all gooooooood!!
I don't like ginataan dishes, in fact I loathe them since they make my stomach feel sick after eating them. But I dare eat this ginataan treat from Bali. Thankfully, I didn't end up with a sick stomach. I love how the gata dressed every sitaw and sugpo in the dish. It instantly became a favorite. I also love the binagoongang seafood. See, I'm a fan of binagoongan dishes, I love the saltiness and the spice in every dish. So I literally finish almost half of the entire serving of this dish. Each ulam goes perfectly with fried rice - a great Filipino treat indeed.
I will be coming back to Bali to have more of their seafood paluto treats - and that's for sure!