Baler has so much to offer in and out of water! After surfing at Sabang Beach or snorkelling at Cemento Beach, you can drop by some of the best restaurants in the province of Aurora to satisfy your big appetite or just make your tummy happy. To help you out on which spots to dine in, we’ve listed down the 10 best Baler restaurants you should visit.
Possibly the most famous dining spot in the town, Baler Surfer Grill brings all the best of Baler under one roof. Located right in front of Sabang Beach, the restaurant caters to surfers and food lovers. Aside from their beach house-backyard dining theme, Baler Surfer Grill is also famous for their car-grilled BBQ. You have to see and taste to believe!
If you love food and don’t care much about the ambiance, then Gerry Shan’s Place is the best Baler restaurant for you. This dining spot doesn’t hold back on food, with its buffet table lined up with every Filipino and seafood favorite. You can stuff yourself with food and not even bleed your wallet. Drinks and desserts are also available.
One of the most famous Baler restaurants, Ram’s Tapsilog has been in the business of offering tapsilog 24/7 for years now. It basically is an institution in Baler’s Tapsi scene. Aside from offering a Pinoy comfort food any time of the day, the food is also super cheap! You’ll be able to get a rice meal for less than a hundred bucks!
Kusina Luntian is nothing like your usual restaurant — it’s the epitome of rustic. The restaurant is housed in nipa huts with banana leaves for plates and no utensils. Yes, you use your God-given hands to eat. But, don’t get us wrong! The experience, plus the food is well worth it.
If you just want to have a hearty meal or looking for a place to grab a few drinks, Yellow Fin Bar and Grill is the place to be. It’s one of the few Baler restaurants that are open 24/7 and offers some of the best-grilled seafood in the town.
Yolly’s Ihaw-Ihaw and Seafood Restaurant is known for their mouthwatering lobsters and crabs. A carinderia-style restaurant, this Baler spot offers grilled seafood at a budget. The two-floor, open air resto also serves Filipino favorites like Bulalo, Sinigang and Liempo.
If you need a sweet tooth fix, Madison’s Cake and Pastries should be your next stop. What started out as a little bakeshop inside a garage has now grown into a full cafe. Madison’s is best known for their cheesecakes and pastas. Don’t miss their coffee and blended drinks too.
Once you’re done touring Baler, stop by Thelma’s Kitchenette, a stone’s throw away from Museo de Baler and other Baler tourist spots. It serves scrumptious Filipino favorites plus exotic dishes like Fried Frogs and Calderetang Suso (snail). Growing and serving their own herbs, Thelma’s lives by the motto “I-request mo, I-luto ko!” (request any dish and we’ll cook it).
If you’re looking for a snack shack to crash, drive to The Good Food. This quaint restaurant packs a punch, offering a fusion of Filipino and Mexican flavors. From tacos and quesadillas to burgers and rice meals, The Good Food has it all. And did we mention, they offer really good food?
If you just want to relax poolside with good food and refreshing drinks, Beach House should be your next stop. The in-house restaurant of Costa Pacifica resort may be heftier than other Baler restaurants, but they make up for it with good food and an even better ambiance.
Beach House offers almost every possible scrumptious meal you can think of — from tacos to burgers, pastas to pizzas, salads to steaks, they have it all. You can also grab a few cocktails by the pool.
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