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“Fresh Seafood Dishes at Saud Restaurant”

Saud Beach Resort and Hotel Restaurant
Ranked #4 of 10 Restaurants in Pagudpud
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Reviewed 9 January 2016 via mobile

This is my second time to visit Said Resto but on the first I wasn't able to eat seafoods that time as they told me that they ran out of it.

Luckily they had stocks on my return...Tried the grilled prawns in butter, grilled squid and fish sinigang soup... Prawns were deliciously grilled, the squids were of the local smaller variant which had an amazing unique taste you can't get from anywhere in Manila, and the tangigue fish in the soup was very tender unlike the usual ones served in the metro. Expect prices to range from Php200 up depending on the dish, but can serve at least two persons. Prawns were at P350 per 3 big, big pieces, very reasonable. Would have loved to try the lobster at P850 per order but it seemed too extravagant already. And... do not forget the super bonus part, you get to see the Pagudpud beach at its finest. Amazing experience, I can't wait to go back here and stay longer as they also have a hotel.

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Reviewed 2 December 2015

We visited Pagudpud for the day and we had no idea where to go. We stumbled upon Saud Beach Resort. For a day trip, a hut costs P500, per head is P50. We negotiated that the kids were not charged, the guard was very accommodating. We didn't expect the beach to be nice (but I think we were lucky with the season because other people who have been to Pagudpud warned me about the waves), so we didn't know we were going to stay until late in the afternoon. We decided to eat in Saud Beach Resort before we headed back to Laoag.

The food is okay. Pricey compared to the other food we ate in the same trip (Laoag breakfast meals would cost around P110 in a hotel. Vigan main courses around P200). Saud Beach Resort would be priced roughly at around Manila prices. Main courses would range P350 and up. I wanted to have seafood because we were by the sea, ironically, they do not have a constant supply of fresh seafood. You may only have fresh catch if the staff went to the market that day. We ate Kilawin na Tangingue, Butter Prawns and Seafood fried rice. The main courses were good. The seafood fried rice was so-so, we could have opted for the cheaper fried rice because the seafood one wasn't that great (and it was more expensive than the regular fried rice we're accustomed to).

We didn't wander far so I didn't know if we had any other options but it was decent enough. You can bring kids. They have okay bathrooms (for peeing not for bathing/rinsing). We ended up taking a bath again when we got back in Laoag.

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Reviewed 5 April 2018
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