I guess first impression lasts. So we went there without reservation. Luckily they still accepted us. While waiting to be seated, it's the only restaurant that asked me to remove my shoes. That's when my curiosity started. "Kalui Restaurant is made of native wooden house. Its floor is clean and well-polished, you wouldn't mind to walk barefoot." I was just worried if my toes were clean.
It's like an art shop-slash-restaurant.
The staff were friendly. He didn't mind my broken Tagalog.
First day and first meal. We already set the bar very high. I thought, this is going to be a great vacation.
From the menu we got special of the day set.
We also ordered these. And we remembered there were just 3 of us.
|Sinigang ni Kaka|
|Palawan Seafood Sisig|
|as a compliment, mixed fruits|
You know sometimes in a restaurant although it's a different dish there's this common taste like a signature taste or something. In KaLui, each food served has its distinct taste. They bust in my mouth like fireworks, my mind went crazy analyzing each taste. Each plate served tasted good, each was just different, I really enjoyed them.