Malapascua Island Restaurants

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    Sunsplash: Divine Food

    by vic&michael Written Nov 23, 2006

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    This restaurant/bar has a relaxed athmosphere. We ate breakfast, lunch, and dinner there on seperate days, and also spent a night drinking at the bar with the German owner of this restaurant/bar.

    Breakfast comes in large sizes. Savory crepes, or German-bread with egg, sausage, and this yummy mash thing that I don't remember the name of. They also serve a Philippino-style breakfast - rice/toast with a fried egg, and salted fish.

    We had the best dinner there. It was not Philippino food though. The owner had just been to Thailand and learned how to cook Thai foods there. He taught his wife and some of the staff how to cook Thai curries, and we had the most delicious green curry with prawns, with jasmine rice. I've been to Thailand and eaten the food there, and they did an excellent job recreating the curry. By the way, it wasn't on the menu, but if you ask for 'tonight's special' or ask nicely for their Thai dishes, I'm sure they would be happy to make it for you.

    They also do a wonderful deal in Happy Hour. You get 2 drinks for the price of 1. And they are strong cocktails too!! The 2 cocktails I had were in large glass tumblers, and kept me happy all night! Oh, I forgot, the owner also shouted us shots of some Philippino spirits, that, plus the cocktails probably kept me happy all night...

    There is a large screen in the restaurant/bar with a projector, where the patrons and staff watch races and other entertainment nightly.

    Our Sunsplash bar and restaurant
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    La Dolce Vita: A real Italian restaurant!

    by Jean-Noel Updated Jul 6, 2006

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    Together with "Ging, Ging's Eatery", my favourite one on the island. With a beatiful direct view on the beach. Good food. They serve pasta and spaghetti like it should be served (ardente and not with that awfull sugerly taste like they usually serve it in the Philippines). Good music (well most of the time), a bit kitsch decoration (local rural Italian style) and a lot of pics on the wall, most of them from old Italian movies (and the master Federico Fellini of course!). The owner is an Italian (he brings along the necessary condiments) and he spends part of his days in the island and part in Italy.

    Favorite Dish: The spaghetti

    La Dolce Vita (not in Rome but in Malapascua) View with the beach in front of the restaurant Same beach
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    Ging Ging's Eatery: Authentic Philippine food at a very low price

    by Jean-Noel Updated Jul 6, 2006

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    Together with "La Dolce Vita" my favourite restaurant on the Island. They serve all kind of food, even French fries, etc. but they are their best when it comes to authentic Philipino kitchen. They are the less expensive but serve good food. Since it is not located along the beach but in the middle it is sometimes hot and their small plastic fans are a joke. Here you can also refill your plastic bottle of water (for almost no money) which is great (and ecological) because you will drink a lot with the heat.

    Favorite Dish: Can't remember the names but the dishes prepared with coconut cream are delicious. The fresh mango juices were also very yummie!

    Tables are in the midst of the garden & palmtrees
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    Ging-ging's: Yummy affordable food

    by karengkeng Written Apr 3, 2005

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    Ging-ging's, as what Lonely Planet has mentioned, is a favorite of all vacationers. Food is cheap but tasty and servings are just right. I'ts at the back of Cocobana Beach.

    I think the food is less than P50 ( less than USD 1.00). How can you go wrong with that?

    Favorite Dish: Chicken curry!

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    Kuan Ba Restaurant: Don't Miss The Roast Beef!

    by limledi Updated Apr 11, 2007

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    In Kuan Ba Restaurant belonging to the resort of the same name, you can enjoy roast beef and roast pork with mashed potatoes on Sundays.

    Favorite Dish: Roast beef and roast pork with mashed potatoes.

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    La Dolce Vita: The best italian food in Malapascua

    by karengkeng Written Apr 3, 2005

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    Still another value for money restaurant. Pizza and pasta are delicious. You might need to stay inside because it can get too breezy outside.

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