Bacolod Foodtrip Day 4: Ading’s Pala Pala

It is our last night here in Bacolod and my mom decided to treat us for dinner. She initially suggested 18th St. Pala Pala but since I promised to myself that I would try a new establishment during my five-day stay here in Bacolod, she agreed to go to a new dampa style restaurant in the city, Ading’s Pala Pala.
You can check out the new restos / cafes I posted: 365 Modern Cafe, Tyrol, Museum Cafe & Mely’s Garden
Ading’s is located at the Old Pala Pala in San Juan Street. You can visit their site and use their navigator map to provide you with the directions going to the place.
Everytime I go home to Bacolod, I always feel that there is too little time. To maximize it, my two (out of three) best friends from high school joined my family for dinner. Talk about multi-tasking, hehe.
Ading’s has an air-conditioned area as well as various function rooms.


Like most dampa style, you choose from their selection of seafood and have them cooked. Look at the size of this fish!

Name it, they probably have it.


Husband and I could never resist crabs. ALL THE TIME!

They also have other dishes such as kare-kare, kansi (which was really good) and some desserts like leche flan, pandan cakes, among others.





That was a crazy, filling and satisfying dinner. I asked my mom how much she paid for it (hehe) and she said around PHP2,900++! Not bad for a ten-pax hefty and sumptuous dinner! Seafood feast never fails and I am glad that there are more options now in Bacolod. Service is also very good; you don’t have to wait so long for the dishes to arrive despite the number of customers. Also, the manager roams around and oversees the operation quite religiously. He also takes a picture of the diners for uploading into their website.

Interested? You can get in touch with them through the following  or visit their site for more details:

Phone: (034) 458-1594
Mobile: (+63)0918-902-8800 | (+63)0919-993-2829

Once again, happy eating!

Corporate Junkie

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