The Shack – Indian Food in Baler

The Shack - Indian Food in Baler
Chicken Samosas and Plain Lassi

At least once a week, the family craves for the taste of Indian food. If you follow thepeachkitchen on Instagram and constantly checks on my IG stories, you’ll probably catch a glimpse of Butter Chicken, Paneer Buuter Masala, or Fish Biryani at least ever other week.


We just love love love Indian food. It’s something that we constantly crave for and is included in the menu rotation here at home. So when I found out about The Shack, while I was looking for “where to eat in Baler” I got really excited.

We ate here for dinner on our last night in Baler and we were the only customers in the restaurant.

To start our early dinner we had Chicken Samosas (₱135), which came in two per serving. It has that yummy tamarind sauce on the side. peanutbutter ordered his favorite plain Lassi (₱125), a popular traditional dahi-based (yogurt) drink which is usually a blend of yogurt, water, spices and sometimes fruit.

The Shack - Indian Food in Baler

The Chicken Biryani  (₱300) was beautifully presented in a small palayok. The taste did not disappoint as well because it was cooked with all those wonderful spices marrying each other and exploding in your mouth in a ball of flavor. This is one of the best Chicken Biryanis I’ve tried.

The Shack - Indian Food in Baler

Ykaie, as usual, ordered Butter Chicken (₱165). She paired her Butter Chicken with plain naan.

The Shack - Indian Food in Baler

It came in a round terracota bowl and We loved it too!!

The Shack - Indian Food in Baler

My sister who calls herself Anney ordered the Chicken Kebab (₱220) which was served with yellow rice and grilled tomato. (Si ykaie lang ang nag-mowdel)

The Shack - Indian Food in Baler

You might be wondering kung nasaan na si Twinkle. She fell asleep sa sobrang pagod kaka-swimming the whole afternoon. We all went back to Balituk (the resort we were staying at) full, satisfied, and syempre, with a happy smile on our faces.

When in Baler, don’t ever miss eating at The Shack people! It won’t disappoint, promise!

The Shack by Old Parola Seaside Cottages is located at Sabang Beach, Baler,

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30 Responses

  1. Na curious ako sa dish nila momsh. Sana oneday matikman ko din yang foods nila.

  2. Never pa ako naka tikim ng indian food. Pero mukhang masasarap, ? matitikman ko din kayo?

  3. Thank you for posting po! On behalf of The Shack by Old Parola inn, we appreciate every bite you make 🙂 hoping we can thank you again in person. – jessu – Allesandro V. Gonzales

  4. These dishes are something I’ve never seen before but they certainly look delicious! Thanks for sharing a part of your culture with the world.

  5. Oh gosh. That looks so tasty. Here I am stuck in quarantine wishing I could be out there eating all those delicious Indian dishes. I will now be dreaming of butter chicken…maybe I’ll make some today for lunch!

  6. The food looks absolutely incredible. I love the use of spices in Indian food, it really adds something magical to the flavours!

  7. Looks like great place to visit. You had so much fun I see. Love the foods. Looks delicious!

  8. Wow! That looks delicious. I love Indian food especially Biryani. Looks like I have something to look forward to when I go to Baler!

  9. Wowwww ,this is the real taste of food ,in palayok ?? Nandun ung sarapp nya tlga ma fefeel munhabang nakain ka ,hmmm nkakatakam ?

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I'm a foodie mommy living in the Philippines. I'm a mom to two daughters named PURPLE SKYE and PERIWINKLE MOONE and wife to a loving husband I fondly call peanutbutter♥. I am a foodie by heart, a coffee lover and a froyo and yogurt junkie. Learn more →






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