Diotay's Famous Seafood Paluto and Paihaw in Bacolod

Diotay's Famous Seafood Paluto and Paihaw in Bacolod

Diotay is the first seafood paihaw/paluto place that we visited when we were Bacolod, and I'm telling you it's one of those places you should not miss visiting! In case you don't have any idea of how it works, try remembering Dampa in Manila, the concept is quite similar.

Note: This blog post is part of the Bacolod Travel and Food Guide (read more)

Diotay's Eatery in Bacolod

We came to know this place via a recommendation of some locals we met, and we really thank them for introducing us to this must-visit place!

Fresh Fish Philippines
Two fish kissing
Skewered Seafood, Bacolod, Philippines

The interior of Diotay is festive, live and bright. It makes you feel like you are in a fiesta! This is something I really liked during the entire duration of my stay here in this restaurant.

Interior of Diotay's Eatery in Bacolod
Filipino Condiments

Now, let's dig into the food shall we?

Freshly made sinigang in Diotay, Bacolod

The sinigang had this playful kick that went well with the refreshingly awesome taste. It featured the characteristics of my ideal soup - clean, balanced and suave.

Squid in black ink sauce

The squid was all fresh with its sweet savory sauce.

Buttered Garlic Shrimps

The shrimps had this sweet, buttery and garlicky that was uber flavorful! It was heavenly how fresh, tender and tasty the shrimps were.

Inasal na Isda - Bacolod's Dish!

I can't remember the name of the fish used to come up with this dish, but it was definitely fresh, juicy and tasty!

Filipino Liempo

The underperformer of the night was the liempo which was still considerably smokey and tangy. What I failed to appreciate was its lack of tenderness. Don't get me so wrong because I found the taste still great!

A Not-So-Popular Kid in Diotay's, Bacolod

That's mostly about it, so I hope you enjoyed reading this blog post. Of course, I do hope you were able to find this helpful as well.

Diotay's Eatery - Overall Ratings and Summary

Note: Unshaded stars are equivalents of half-stars. The ratings apply solely to this dining experience.
Place ★★
Taste  ★★
Value for Money ★★
Budget:  At least P300 each for a sharing type of dining experience coming in a group of 4

Overall, our experience here in Diotay proved to be exceptional. In fact, this became our benchmark for the succeeding paluto places that we visited. I just loved the ambiance as well as the food quality and taste! Thumbs up for this!

Related Blog Posts of Other Seafood Paluto Places in Bacolod:

Diotay's Eatery
Location: Gatuslao Street, Bacolod, Philippines

Contact No.: 0948 8140037 (retrieved from Facebook page)
Service Charge: NONE
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