May 30, 2018

Best Seafood Restaurants in Bacolod for the Ultimate Dining Experience

When in the City of Smiles, make sure to visit these seafood restaurants!

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Is there anything better than enjoying a weekend by the beach over a feast of fresh sumptuous seafood while watching the sunset? That’s definitely a hard one to beat.

One such place where you can get your fill of all these in perfect harmony is Bacolod City. If you’re craving for some seafood at the moment and don’t know where to eat in Bacolod, then you’d want to read on as we list down the best seafood restaurants to head to the next time you visit the City of Smiles. Definitely, you will not only fall in love with the amazing dishes but you will also fall in love with the restaurants and the view they offer. Prepare your stomach for a gastronomical treat in these seafood restaurants in Bacolod!


1. Pta. Taytay Viewing Deck




seafood restaurants Bacolod

A lovely view of Five Angel’s Viewing Deck #7 as the sun majestically sets in the background.

Image: Five Angels’ Viewing Deck #7


Pta. Taytay Viewing Deck is one of the go-to seafood restaurants in the City of Smiles. It is a no-frills restaurant that offers fresh seafood that you get to eat while marvelling at a great view of the sea. Currently, Pta. Taytay Viewing Deck houses 18 restaurants with each deck embodying a traditional nipa hut. Scallops, sizzling squid, and blue marlin sinigang are just some of their must-tries when you’re dining in any of the viewing decks in Pta. Taytay. The best time to go here is at 4:00 PM to 5:45 PM where you can have an early dinner as you take pleasure in the nice scene of the sunset hiding through the mangroves of Pta. Taytay shoreline.


2. Balaring Floating Restaurants




seafood restaurants Bacolod

An afternoon view at Seaside Floating Restaurant is always pleasant.

Image: Seaside Floating Restaurant


Just a 30-minute drive from the heart of Bacolod City, you can find the famous floating restaurants in Brgy. Balaring, Silay City. Currently, there are 5 seaside restaurants which all have simple and cozy interiors and exteriors that serve sumptuous seafood cuisines. It is recommended to try some of their sizzling tanigue (Spanish mackerel), squid rings, and kinilaw (Filipino ceviche). If you want to have a deeper commune with nature, you can take a side trip to Balaring Mangrove Eco-Tourism Park. It is a place where you can take some Instagram-worthy pictures in their pagatpat trail, and where you can experience a one-of-a-kind nature trek inside a large mangrove reserve area.




3. Bacolod Old Pala-Pala




seafood restaurants Bacolod

The seafood you can see at the wet market of Bacolod Old Pala-Pala are always the freshest catch of the day.

Image: Noel Tan


Bacolod City is not only known for its chicken inasal at Manokan Country. There’s also a local dining place for seafood lovers in the city which the locals know more dearly as the Old Pala-pala. The Old Pala-pala started as a wet market, but as years passed, small eateries or what locals call “tulahan” sprung up and gave the consumers the bright idea that they can actually cook their freshly bought seafood from the nearby wet market in their eatery. It is a haven for a lot of tourists who want to see up front how their food is cooked and experience how to eat seafood like a local in Bacolod City.




4. Seafood Market Restaurant




seafood restaurants Bacolod

The busy and bustling interiors of Scarborough Seafood, one of the restaurants near New Government Center

Image: Scarborough Seafoods Restaurant


A new food hub for foodies has been slowly growing in the eastern part of Bacolod City. The development of the New Government Center and its up-and-coming projects like an esplanade is giving opportunities for more restaurants to set ground and improve their business, and one of them is the seafood market restaurant strip. The locals call this spot because of the long stretch of seafood restaurants lined up in the area. A few of them are Scarborough Seafoods, Enting’s Seafood Restaurant, East Pala-Pala Resto Grill, and Jak’s Seafood Place and Car Wash, and the venue’s variety makes it a perfect place for a food trip.


5. Diotay’s Eatery




seafood restaurants Bacolod

When new to Bacolod, one must try some tasty scallops at Diotay’s Eatery.

Image: Diotay’s Eatery


Want to feel like you are in a seafood festival while you enjoy your lunch? Then Diotay’s Eatery is the ideal place for you. Diotay’s Eatery is one of the simplest seafood restaurants in Bacolod City, but it manages to draw a huge crowd every evening. It feels like you are in a fiesta not just because of its festive, bright, and alive interiors but also because of its bustling and fun atmosphere. Diotay, in the local dialect, literally means “few,” but don’t get the restaurant wrong – they actually have large servings that will probably leave you in a food coma afterwards.


6. Palawud Resto Grill and Bar




seafood restaurants Bacolod

There are acoustic performance every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday at Palawud Resto Grill and Bar

Image: Palawud Resto


Palawud Resto Grill and Bar is situated by the sea near the Banago Port Area. The restaurant got its name from a Hiligaynon term “lawud” which pertains to the deeper part of the sea. Calamares (fried battered squid rings), sizzling shells, and buttered garlic shrimps are just some of the most recommended items that you should savor in the restaurant. The restaurant is spacious and has plenty of seating so there’s no need for you to worry about getting good seats. It is also good for families since there is a playground for kids where they can take some time play and run around while they wait for the food.




Restaurants mentioned in our list promises quick service, a beautiful view, affordable dishes, and, of course, fresh seafood. If you are searching for these features, then head out to the seafood restaurant you prefer the most!


Know of other seafood restaurants in Bacolod that you think should make the cut? Let us know in the comments section below!

Lester Nillos

Lester Nillos is a Bachelor of Arts in Communication graduate from the University of Saint Lasalle. He loves history and is a heritage advocate in his city. He is a content writer during weekdays and a content creator in Youtube on weekends. He dreams to be a well-known blogger like Wil Dasovich someday.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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May 30, 2018

Best Seafood Restaurants in Bacolod for the Ultimate Dining Experience

When in the City of Smiles, make sure to visit these seafood restaurants!


Is there anything better than enjoying a weekend by the beach over a feast of fresh sumptuous seafood while watching the sunset? That’s definitely a hard one to beat.

One such place where you can get your fill of all these in perfect harmony is Bacolod City. If you’re craving for some seafood at the moment and don’t know where to eat in Bacolod, then you’d want to read on as we list down the best seafood restaurants to head to the next time you visit the City of Smiles. Definitely, you will not only fall in love with the amazing dishes but you will also fall in love with the restaurants and the view they offer. Prepare your stomach for a gastronomical treat in these seafood restaurants in Bacolod!


1. Pta. Taytay Viewing Deck




seafood restaurants Bacolod

A lovely view of Five Angel’s Viewing Deck #7 as the sun majestically sets in the background.

Image: Five Angels’ Viewing Deck #7


Pta. Taytay Viewing Deck is one of the go-to seafood restaurants in the City of Smiles. It is a no-frills restaurant that offers fresh seafood that you get to eat while marvelling at a great view of the sea. Currently, Pta. Taytay Viewing Deck houses 18 restaurants with each deck embodying a traditional nipa hut. Scallops, sizzling squid, and blue marlin sinigang are just some of their must-tries when you’re dining in any of the viewing decks in Pta. Taytay. The best time to go here is at 4:00 PM to 5:45 PM where you can have an early dinner as you take pleasure in the nice scene of the sunset hiding through the mangroves of Pta. Taytay shoreline.


2. Balaring Floating Restaurants




seafood restaurants Bacolod

An afternoon view at Seaside Floating Restaurant is always pleasant.

Image: Seaside Floating Restaurant


Just a 30-minute drive from the heart of Bacolod City, you can find the famous floating restaurants in Brgy. Balaring, Silay City. Currently, there are 5 seaside restaurants which all have simple and cozy interiors and exteriors that serve sumptuous seafood cuisines. It is recommended to try some of their sizzling tanigue (Spanish mackerel), squid rings, and kinilaw (Filipino ceviche). If you want to have a deeper commune with nature, you can take a side trip to Balaring Mangrove Eco-Tourism Park. It is a place where you can take some Instagram-worthy pictures in their pagatpat trail, and where you can experience a one-of-a-kind nature trek inside a large mangrove reserve area.




3. Bacolod Old Pala-Pala




seafood restaurants Bacolod

The seafood you can see at the wet market of Bacolod Old Pala-Pala are always the freshest catch of the day.

Image: Noel Tan


Bacolod City is not only known for its chicken inasal at Manokan Country. There’s also a local dining place for seafood lovers in the city which the locals know more dearly as the Old Pala-pala. The Old Pala-pala started as a wet market, but as years passed, small eateries or what locals call “tulahan” sprung up and gave the consumers the bright idea that they can actually cook their freshly bought seafood from the nearby wet market in their eatery. It is a haven for a lot of tourists who want to see up front how their food is cooked and experience how to eat seafood like a local in Bacolod City.




4. Seafood Market Restaurant




seafood restaurants Bacolod

The busy and bustling interiors of Scarborough Seafood, one of the restaurants near New Government Center

Image: Scarborough Seafoods Restaurant


A new food hub for foodies has been slowly growing in the eastern part of Bacolod City. The development of the New Government Center and its up-and-coming projects like an esplanade is giving opportunities for more restaurants to set ground and improve their business, and one of them is the seafood market restaurant strip. The locals call this spot because of the long stretch of seafood restaurants lined up in the area. A few of them are Scarborough Seafoods, Enting’s Seafood Restaurant, East Pala-Pala Resto Grill, and Jak’s Seafood Place and Car Wash, and the venue’s variety makes it a perfect place for a food trip.


5. Diotay’s Eatery




seafood restaurants Bacolod

When new to Bacolod, one must try some tasty scallops at Diotay’s Eatery.

Image: Diotay’s Eatery


Want to feel like you are in a seafood festival while you enjoy your lunch? Then Diotay’s Eatery is the ideal place for you. Diotay’s Eatery is one of the simplest seafood restaurants in Bacolod City, but it manages to draw a huge crowd every evening. It feels like you are in a fiesta not just because of its festive, bright, and alive interiors but also because of its bustling and fun atmosphere. Diotay, in the local dialect, literally means “few,” but don’t get the restaurant wrong – they actually have large servings that will probably leave you in a food coma afterwards.


6. Palawud Resto Grill and Bar




seafood restaurants Bacolod

There are acoustic performance every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday at Palawud Resto Grill and Bar

Image: Palawud Resto


Palawud Resto Grill and Bar is situated by the sea near the Banago Port Area. The restaurant got its name from a Hiligaynon term “lawud” which pertains to the deeper part of the sea. Calamares (fried battered squid rings), sizzling shells, and buttered garlic shrimps are just some of the most recommended items that you should savor in the restaurant. The restaurant is spacious and has plenty of seating so there’s no need for you to worry about getting good seats. It is also good for families since there is a playground for kids where they can take some time play and run around while they wait for the food.




Restaurants mentioned in our list promises quick service, a beautiful view, affordable dishes, and, of course, fresh seafood. If you are searching for these features, then head out to the seafood restaurant you prefer the most!


Know of other seafood restaurants in Bacolod that you think should make the cut? Let us know in the comments section below!

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Lester Nillos

Lester Nillos is a Bachelor of Arts in Communication graduate from the University of Saint Lasalle. He loves history and is a heritage advocate in his city. He is a content writer during weekdays and a content creator in Youtube on weekends. He dreams to be a well-known blogger like Wil Dasovich someday.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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May 30, 2018

Best Seafood Restaurants in Bacolod for the Ultimate Dining Experience

When in the City of Smiles, make sure to visit these seafood restaurants!

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Is there anything better than enjoying a weekend by the beach over a feast of fresh sumptuous seafood while watching the sunset? That’s definitely a hard one to beat.

One such place where you can get your fill of all these in perfect harmony is Bacolod City. If you’re craving for some seafood at the moment and don’t know where to eat in Bacolod, then you’d want to read on as we list down the best seafood restaurants to head to the next time you visit the City of Smiles. Definitely, you will not only fall in love with the amazing dishes but you will also fall in love with the restaurants and the view they offer. Prepare your stomach for a gastronomical treat in these seafood restaurants in Bacolod!


1. Pta. Taytay Viewing Deck




seafood restaurants Bacolod

A lovely view of Five Angel’s Viewing Deck #7 as the sun majestically sets in the background.

Image: Five Angels’ Viewing Deck #7


Pta. Taytay Viewing Deck is one of the go-to seafood restaurants in the City of Smiles. It is a no-frills restaurant that offers fresh seafood that you get to eat while marvelling at a great view of the sea. Currently, Pta. Taytay Viewing Deck houses 18 restaurants with each deck embodying a traditional nipa hut. Scallops, sizzling squid, and blue marlin sinigang are just some of their must-tries when you’re dining in any of the viewing decks in Pta. Taytay. The best time to go here is at 4:00 PM to 5:45 PM where you can have an early dinner as you take pleasure in the nice scene of the sunset hiding through the mangroves of Pta. Taytay shoreline.


2. Balaring Floating Restaurants




seafood restaurants Bacolod

An afternoon view at Seaside Floating Restaurant is always pleasant.

Image: Seaside Floating Restaurant


Just a 30-minute drive from the heart of Bacolod City, you can find the famous floating restaurants in Brgy. Balaring, Silay City. Currently, there are 5 seaside restaurants which all have simple and cozy interiors and exteriors that serve sumptuous seafood cuisines. It is recommended to try some of their sizzling tanigue (Spanish mackerel), squid rings, and kinilaw (Filipino ceviche). If you want to have a deeper commune with nature, you can take a side trip to Balaring Mangrove Eco-Tourism Park. It is a place where you can take some Instagram-worthy pictures in their pagatpat trail, and where you can experience a one-of-a-kind nature trek inside a large mangrove reserve area.




3. Bacolod Old Pala-Pala




seafood restaurants Bacolod

The seafood you can see at the wet market of Bacolod Old Pala-Pala are always the freshest catch of the day.

Image: Noel Tan


Bacolod City is not only known for its chicken inasal at Manokan Country. There’s also a local dining place for seafood lovers in the city which the locals know more dearly as the Old Pala-pala. The Old Pala-pala started as a wet market, but as years passed, small eateries or what locals call “tulahan” sprung up and gave the consumers the bright idea that they can actually cook their freshly bought seafood from the nearby wet market in their eatery. It is a haven for a lot of tourists who want to see up front how their food is cooked and experience how to eat seafood like a local in Bacolod City.




4. Seafood Market Restaurant




seafood restaurants Bacolod

The busy and bustling interiors of Scarborough Seafood, one of the restaurants near New Government Center

Image: Scarborough Seafoods Restaurant


A new food hub for foodies has been slowly growing in the eastern part of Bacolod City. The development of the New Government Center and its up-and-coming projects like an esplanade is giving opportunities for more restaurants to set ground and improve their business, and one of them is the seafood market restaurant strip. The locals call this spot because of the long stretch of seafood restaurants lined up in the area. A few of them are Scarborough Seafoods, Enting’s Seafood Restaurant, East Pala-Pala Resto Grill, and Jak’s Seafood Place and Car Wash, and the venue’s variety makes it a perfect place for a food trip.


5. Diotay’s Eatery




seafood restaurants Bacolod

When new to Bacolod, one must try some tasty scallops at Diotay’s Eatery.

Image: Diotay’s Eatery


Want to feel like you are in a seafood festival while you enjoy your lunch? Then Diotay’s Eatery is the ideal place for you. Diotay’s Eatery is one of the simplest seafood restaurants in Bacolod City, but it manages to draw a huge crowd every evening. It feels like you are in a fiesta not just because of its festive, bright, and alive interiors but also because of its bustling and fun atmosphere. Diotay, in the local dialect, literally means “few,” but don’t get the restaurant wrong – they actually have large servings that will probably leave you in a food coma afterwards.


6. Palawud Resto Grill and Bar




seafood restaurants Bacolod

There are acoustic performance every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday at Palawud Resto Grill and Bar

Image: Palawud Resto


Palawud Resto Grill and Bar is situated by the sea near the Banago Port Area. The restaurant got its name from a Hiligaynon term “lawud” which pertains to the deeper part of the sea. Calamares (fried battered squid rings), sizzling shells, and buttered garlic shrimps are just some of the most recommended items that you should savor in the restaurant. The restaurant is spacious and has plenty of seating so there’s no need for you to worry about getting good seats. It is also good for families since there is a playground for kids where they can take some time play and run around while they wait for the food.




Restaurants mentioned in our list promises quick service, a beautiful view, affordable dishes, and, of course, fresh seafood. If you are searching for these features, then head out to the seafood restaurant you prefer the most!


Know of other seafood restaurants in Bacolod that you think should make the cut? Let us know in the comments section below!

Lester Nillos

Lester Nillos is a Bachelor of Arts in Communication graduate from the University of Saint Lasalle. He loves history and is a heritage advocate in his city. He is a content writer during weekdays and a content creator in Youtube on weekends. He dreams to be a well-known blogger like Wil Dasovich someday.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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May 30, 2018

Best Seafood Restaurants in Bacolod for the Ultimate Dining Experience

When in the City of Smiles, make sure to visit these seafood restaurants!


Is there anything better than enjoying a weekend by the beach over a feast of fresh sumptuous seafood while watching the sunset? That’s definitely a hard one to beat.

One such place where you can get your fill of all these in perfect harmony is Bacolod City. If you’re craving for some seafood at the moment and don’t know where to eat in Bacolod, then you’d want to read on as we list down the best seafood restaurants to head to the next time you visit the City of Smiles. Definitely, you will not only fall in love with the amazing dishes but you will also fall in love with the restaurants and the view they offer. Prepare your stomach for a gastronomical treat in these seafood restaurants in Bacolod!


1. Pta. Taytay Viewing Deck




seafood restaurants Bacolod

A lovely view of Five Angel’s Viewing Deck #7 as the sun majestically sets in the background.

Image: Five Angels’ Viewing Deck #7


Pta. Taytay Viewing Deck is one of the go-to seafood restaurants in the City of Smiles. It is a no-frills restaurant that offers fresh seafood that you get to eat while marvelling at a great view of the sea. Currently, Pta. Taytay Viewing Deck houses 18 restaurants with each deck embodying a traditional nipa hut. Scallops, sizzling squid, and blue marlin sinigang are just some of their must-tries when you’re dining in any of the viewing decks in Pta. Taytay. The best time to go here is at 4:00 PM to 5:45 PM where you can have an early dinner as you take pleasure in the nice scene of the sunset hiding through the mangroves of Pta. Taytay shoreline.


2. Balaring Floating Restaurants




seafood restaurants Bacolod

An afternoon view at Seaside Floating Restaurant is always pleasant.

Image: Seaside Floating Restaurant


Just a 30-minute drive from the heart of Bacolod City, you can find the famous floating restaurants in Brgy. Balaring, Silay City. Currently, there are 5 seaside restaurants which all have simple and cozy interiors and exteriors that serve sumptuous seafood cuisines. It is recommended to try some of their sizzling tanigue (Spanish mackerel), squid rings, and kinilaw (Filipino ceviche). If you want to have a deeper commune with nature, you can take a side trip to Balaring Mangrove Eco-Tourism Park. It is a place where you can take some Instagram-worthy pictures in their pagatpat trail, and where you can experience a one-of-a-kind nature trek inside a large mangrove reserve area.




3. Bacolod Old Pala-Pala




seafood restaurants Bacolod

The seafood you can see at the wet market of Bacolod Old Pala-Pala are always the freshest catch of the day.

Image: Noel Tan


Bacolod City is not only known for its chicken inasal at Manokan Country. There’s also a local dining place for seafood lovers in the city which the locals know more dearly as the Old Pala-pala. The Old Pala-pala started as a wet market, but as years passed, small eateries or what locals call “tulahan” sprung up and gave the consumers the bright idea that they can actually cook their freshly bought seafood from the nearby wet market in their eatery. It is a haven for a lot of tourists who want to see up front how their food is cooked and experience how to eat seafood like a local in Bacolod City.




4. Seafood Market Restaurant




seafood restaurants Bacolod

The busy and bustling interiors of Scarborough Seafood, one of the restaurants near New Government Center

Image: Scarborough Seafoods Restaurant


A new food hub for foodies has been slowly growing in the eastern part of Bacolod City. The development of the New Government Center and its up-and-coming projects like an esplanade is giving opportunities for more restaurants to set ground and improve their business, and one of them is the seafood market restaurant strip. The locals call this spot because of the long stretch of seafood restaurants lined up in the area. A few of them are Scarborough Seafoods, Enting’s Seafood Restaurant, East Pala-Pala Resto Grill, and Jak’s Seafood Place and Car Wash, and the venue’s variety makes it a perfect place for a food trip.


5. Diotay’s Eatery




seafood restaurants Bacolod

When new to Bacolod, one must try some tasty scallops at Diotay’s Eatery.

Image: Diotay’s Eatery


Want to feel like you are in a seafood festival while you enjoy your lunch? Then Diotay’s Eatery is the ideal place for you. Diotay’s Eatery is one of the simplest seafood restaurants in Bacolod City, but it manages to draw a huge crowd every evening. It feels like you are in a fiesta not just because of its festive, bright, and alive interiors but also because of its bustling and fun atmosphere. Diotay, in the local dialect, literally means “few,” but don’t get the restaurant wrong – they actually have large servings that will probably leave you in a food coma afterwards.


6. Palawud Resto Grill and Bar




seafood restaurants Bacolod

There are acoustic performance every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday at Palawud Resto Grill and Bar

Image: Palawud Resto


Palawud Resto Grill and Bar is situated by the sea near the Banago Port Area. The restaurant got its name from a Hiligaynon term “lawud” which pertains to the deeper part of the sea. Calamares (fried battered squid rings), sizzling shells, and buttered garlic shrimps are just some of the most recommended items that you should savor in the restaurant. The restaurant is spacious and has plenty of seating so there’s no need for you to worry about getting good seats. It is also good for families since there is a playground for kids where they can take some time play and run around while they wait for the food.




Restaurants mentioned in our list promises quick service, a beautiful view, affordable dishes, and, of course, fresh seafood. If you are searching for these features, then head out to the seafood restaurant you prefer the most!


Know of other seafood restaurants in Bacolod that you think should make the cut? Let us know in the comments section below!

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Lester Nillos

Lester Nillos is a Bachelor of Arts in Communication graduate from the University of Saint Lasalle. He loves history and is a heritage advocate in his city. He is a content writer during weekdays and a content creator in Youtube on weekends. He dreams to be a well-known blogger like Wil Dasovich someday.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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