When bloggers cover stories, we can feature different sides other than the event itself. We can blog about the prominent personalities present in the event, the venue, and of course, the food.
During the launch of NOVUHAIR with its new endorser, Fanny Serrano, we were taken to the very romantic, scenic Dali Restaurante y Bar de Tapas. My first impression upon entering the wooden door and then the glass door (yes, two doors in a row as you enter) is how different it looks from the inside -- it's like you're nowhere near Quezon City.
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With its floor-to-ceiling windows, brick walls, wooden furniture, and framed paintings, you'll instantly be reminded of telenovelas from Spain.
Its sumptuous repertoire of Castilian-inspired dishes like paella entice many a palate of working professionals at noon and came nightfall, the restuarant is filled with employees, groups of friends, and residents around Quezon City who drop by for a few glasses of wine as there is a wine lounge where you can enjoy superb selection of cocktails and wine. And a visit to Dali Restaurante y Bar de Tapas is not complete with the bite-size appetizers or "tapas".
We were served buffet style so I do not have photos of the actual servings.
I sinked my teeth into fresh oversized chicken slices called Pollo con Perijil y Pimientos and the buttered fish fillet that goes well with the green pesto sauce.
I enjoyed the timeless food favorite, Dali's Paella Valenciana.
And one of the tapas I tried was the croquettas that is small but big in flavor.
And to cap it off, freshly-made churros with chocolate dip for a complete Spanish experience.
Its high-end Spanish ambience also makes it the latest place for corporate meetings, launch (just like what NOVUHAIR did), and business or family affairs.
Facebook Page: Dali Restaurante y Bar de Tapas
40 E. Lopez Drive Corner Sgt. Esguerra, 1103 Quezon City, Philippines
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