Monday, October 26, 2015


Bacolod can be your town of sweet little treats with their wide array of restaurants or pasalubong centers that offers desserts and other indulgence. However, it can also be a place for you to have a really good seafood treats. 

Imay’s for one, is a very nice restaurant that offers local and tasteful seafood dishes. The alfresco sits and its overall ambience would surely complete the beach away from beach experience, via the food of course.
The restaurant’s price range is quite reasonable for a family dine out whenever there’s a celebration. It’s not a good place for convenience eating with friends as serving time can be a bit longer.
Lets start the drill with some appetizers like vegetable tempura. The crisp of the breading perfectly matches its tartar garlic mayo dip. We had crispy kankong and eggplant tempura.
This bulanglang soup will surely kick off your appetite. Level up the usual with its halaan ingredient.
I wished that the eggplant was  grilled and has that smokey flavor , but it doesn’t have that kick.
Butter garlic shrimp is so tasty but limited 😀
These guys are for the bucks. Grilled tuna belly showcased the freshness of their seafood meals.
This is the real deal. Vegetables with crab meat. The oh so real crab meat is truly unforgettable.
Adobong baby squid is also something that you need to try.
Seafood ala pobre has that overpowering buttery gravy taste which I personally don’t like. 
6th Lacson St. Bacolod City

Ratings for Imay’s Restaurant
Taste: 😊😊😊😊🙁
Ambience: 😊😊😊😊🙁
Service: 😊😊😊😊🙁
Value for Money : 😊😊😊😊☹️

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