Bahay Ligaya Restaurant offers traditional, but truly delectable Filipino dishes. The lovely interiors will give you a homey feel of an ancestral house with different displays of interesting antiques. According to the owner, Mr. Ray Bueno, it was first an antique store named Luma't Bago and from that the Bahay Ligaya was born and named after the owner's lovely and supportive wife, Joy.
Bahay Ligaya Restaurant is adorned with various antique furniture from small to big items. Dining in an ancestral house with period pieces and art gallery is very interesting and is totally a different dining experience.
I was screaming inside when I saw my favorite Poque Poque and I truly miss savouring that delish dish of Ilocos. Poque Poque is simply made of eggplant, tomatoes, onions, and egg - all combined in a delicious way. After tasting Bahay Ligaya's Poque Poque, I instantly recalled my first taste of this local dish at Herencia Cafe in Paoay, Ilocos Norte three years ago. It was exactly the same taste, wow! I need not go to Ilocos whenever I crave and miss the original taste of Poque poque. Thanks to Bahay Ligaya for offering regional dishes and specialties.
Their mouth-watering Crispy Pata was one of the best that we tasted. The skin was so crispy with less fat and more meat, not to mention the savoury sauce. Their Caldereta was also a big hit and has full of flavors. Few people eat Hito or Catfish for some reason, but once they tried Bahay Ligaya's Crispy Hito with Burong Bulig and Fresh Mustasa Leaves, they will surely ask for more. We relished the catfish drizzled with the buro wrapped in fresh mustasa leaves, really yummy! This combination was perfect and you will truly delight in every single bite. Their toothsome Ginataang Bilo-Bilo was filled with different goody ingredients. All simple Filipino dishes, but truly appetizing. #ProudToBePinoy
We had a hearty feast at Bahay Ligaya Restaurant and will definitely come back to try some of their dishes.
Bahay Ligaya Restaurant
176 Katipunan Avenue
Blue Ridge - A