Without doubt this is far the best place in town to eat and it is open 24 hours. The staff are very competent and thoughtful. One waiter even reminded my wife that there was meat in the chop suay, he remembered from a few nights ago that she was a vegetarian. The menu is a booklet with many pages, local and international food. It is so big that it's difficult to decide. The portions were more than adequate, delicious and quickly served. The restaurant is situated by the sea near the light house. Beers were very cheap too and because there are many brownouts in town there was a constant stream of people purchasing beers to take back to their cottage. (generator at the Inn)
Gerry Shan's Place is a simple but clean and airconditioned restaurant at the poblacion frequented by tourists. I noticed that many local office workers eat there, and many Balerianos also buy take-out orders. The next time we go to Baler, I plan to order packed foods for our picnic at Diguisit.
Gerry Shan's Place is known for reasonably priced and delicious food. You can even order only 1/2 portion of the dish. Their Chinese and local dishes are popular among local tourists, but I noticed foreigners liked fresh seafoods (prawns, crabs, etc) simply steamed.
Favorite Dish: Favorite Chinese foods: Yang Chow, Pancit Canton & Lumpiang Shanghai
Favorite Local Foods: Halohalo & Leche Flan (w/ real dayap aftertaste)
Their Calamares was crispy and tasted good only while hot, but when cold, the batter became gummy. The meat they used for their sisig was like chopped lechon kawale (crispy yet tender to the bite) so this is more healthy than the usual sisig. However, the taste was a little bit on the bland side; something was lacking.
Bay's Inn is sought by Baler tourists for its good food at reasonable prices. I noticed that even guests (local & foreign tourists) of other resorts go there to eat. Residents of Aurora usually bring their guests there,too.
Having tried their food, I can say they are good for the price but not extraordinarily spectacular. Service quality is not consistently good; it depends on available ingredients of the kitchen, the number of dining tourists, and of course, the efficiency of your waiter.
What is definitely spectacular is the panoramic view of the Pacific Ocean, Baler Bay and Sierra Madre Mountains from the restaurant and picnic cottages.
Favorite Dish: No particular favorite
The food was great! youll be getting the best value for your money, all of their food are cooked by order so there would be a little wait if you are quite starving. They have big servings of their dishes most food in the metro they also have just like Gery's and Dencio's resto. They also serve a bunch of seafoods, If you want food choices, value for money, ambience this is your restaurant to go to!
Favorite Dish: Lechon Kawali, Kilawing Tanigue and Chopsuey. We were so full after our Lunch.
Why not try local dishes from these canteens just in front of the town hospital? Local stuff like pinapaitan (animal usually goat entrails), bulalo (beef soup with meat and bones), kare-kare (beef or pig tails), etc. Low priced for the budget traveler.
we haven't eaten in this place but I awe to saw that there is place like this in this scecluded area .... you can see going to the last point of the road there has private property rest houses building when we're there. Maybe rich people since their are plenty fo foreign tourist love the beach and water of Baler
The beach front restaurant, with its breathtaking view of the ocean offers you a wide array of Filipino, Chinese, Continental and fusion dishes often partial to sea food lovers.
Favorite Dish: everything we ate is delicious
Dine in beach front with cool music :)
Favorite Dish: Bayler view has the best food for me! I love the grilled squid and banana split!