Ading’s Pala-Pala is a new seafood restaurant in Bacolod which just opened this December 20th 2013. Ading’s is located along San Juan street near the corner of San Juan street and North Capitol road. It is located beside the many tulahan restaurants.
Ading’s is well lit and well ventilated. This restaurant looks clean, cheerful and quite inviting to everyone. The Nipa roof and bamboo chairs along the walls give this place a comfortable native look while the cream-colored tables and chairs make it look modern. Native-modern? The effect is quite pleasing and relaxing to the eye.
There are also airconditioned function rooms and areas where one can dine in (for an additional 10% bill charge.)
If one wishes to order, one can simply go to the counter and pick out fish that one wants!
Ading’s has a great selection of seafood. The shrimp really caught my eye. They are HUGE and fresh.
We opted to order their seafood karekare, their kadios baboy, langka and their Surf and Turf platter (shrimp and steak.
The meal got immediately into a rocky start when the KBL came without any langka at all. The manager came over and apologized because the langka had arrived from the market right after we had ordered. We told him not to worry about it. The dish had a generous amount of pork and the soup base was good.
We had their seafood Kare kare. The fish that came with the seafood karekare was cream dory,shrimps and squid. The peanut butter was a bit watery but it was very tasty all in all.
The most pleasant dish that we had was their Surf and Turf (Shrimp and steak!) The Shrimp was enormous! (really it was like eating prawn!) and the steak was soft and well seasoned.
The shrimp was HUGE!
And we had the grilled Liempo.
We had a pleasant lunch at Ading’s! The service was great and the place was easy and convenient to go to. Please do give them a try! They just opened so they’re still ironing out the kinks but you’ll have a great time!
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