In a quiet nook at Eugenio Lopez St. in Quezon City, a quaint restaurant called Dali will treat you to a serene and private lunch with friends or perhaps business partners. They offer Spanish dishes in buffet or Ala carte menu at a reasonable price.
– Different flavors available: Ham, Chicken and Tuna
Pollo Con Perejil y Pimenton P235
-Parsley & Paprika crushed chicken oven-baked & served with honey-glazed roasted vegetables served with rice, sofrito & a black bean sauce (photo below)
This is something I can feed my daughter without worrying she’s eating too much oily and fatty food. The sauce is healthy and tastes great. The vegetables were crisp just the way I want it to be and most of all, it’s oven-baked!
The black beans were surprisingly good! I know it looks scary on the photo but I swear, it’s not. Try it!
I’m not a pesto person so this was my least favorite dish. But I bet many of you will disagree, I know.
My favorite is the Paella Valenciana. The seafood were fresh, the flavors were properly infused and went well together. I was at first hesitant to try it since I’m not a Saffron fan but I’m glad I tried it.
If I have to return to Dali I will order Paella and try their other Chicken dishes. Dali Spanish Restaurant also serves churros and chocolate dip. I didn’t get the chance to take photos but it was okay. I tasted better churros but it’s better than nothing. Spanish restaurants are one of my top pick when eating out because it’s something I don’t cook at home and it’s something I want my daughter to try since the flavors and spices are familiar and not too strong.
Call Dali Restaurante y Bar de Tapas for your next business meetings, events, and special occasions at 928-0971. They’re located at 40 Eugenio Lopez St., Brgy. South Triangle, Quezon City.