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Another great place among so many... you can reach it directly from the beach! It's Located in Sabang.
Nice atmosphere and good service as well.
This night I had one of the local speciallities: grilled Lapu-Lapu, a local fish... very tasty... sure I recommend.
Written Dec 12, 2004
Address: Sabang Beach
The restaurant is done up in nautical theme befitting its name. Located on the 1st floor of a building, you get a nice sea view from here.
Service here is not so friendly and waitress does not listen very well. We had to wait for more than 30 minutes for food!
Favorite Dish: Good breakfast menu. We had lunch consisting of pasta, cheese omelette and 2 drinks for Pesos 335.
Food quality is reasonable
Written Jan 11, 2006
Address: In Sabang beach
Sizzling hot plates, that is! That's McRom specialty. If seafood and curry are what you're after, this is the place.
After placing our orders, we were given vouchers for a free 15 min head and shoulders massage while we wait for our food! Then 2 free Baileys shooters were given after dinner.
How's that for extra treatment?!
Food is so good here that we came back again for a spot of fish and chips and salad with bruscheta
Favorite Dish: I love th grilled lapu-lapu (fish) in butter and lemon sauce served on a hot plate. The curry was not the same as the ones back home as it is just peppery hot rather than spicy.
Updated Jan 12, 2006
Address: In Sabang beach
It's not owned by the South of the Border but it's the nearest bar/restaurant outside. First time we visited it, it was owned by an Italian, CLAUDIO. This Claudio man is a great cook! One time, we gave him 1 kilogram of pasta to cook, with 1 small bottle of olive oil and 1 small can of tuna, giz! when the dish arrived, we couldn't believe how he managed to make every strand of pasta so delicious with the small amount of ingredients! Unfortunately, he's not there anymore but the new owner is also Italian who is great at pizzas! The area where the bar is located is away from the crowd and the grilling. Here, you'd hear good music from the hard-to-find cd collection of the bar. And at night, you'd hear the sound of the waves nearby.
Favorite Dish: Seafood Pasta
Updated Mar 28, 2005
Address: OUtside the South of the Border
This is not a restaurant, but as I have said some of the owners of the cottages allow cooking outside. So we always do this: buy raw ingredients form the Galera market, cook outside the cottage and eat right in the veranda of our cottage. This way you will create more bonding with your friends and you will also save a lot in your food expenses. When we're tired from swimming we eat out but in the 9 meals we take in our usual 3 days 2 nights stay, we eat out only 3 times, the rest we cook our own meals.
Favorite Dish: We always grill different variety of fish. We also cook sinigang, pasta, barbeque. With fresh fruits and iced tea!
Written Mar 28, 2005
Address: Outside your cottage
Nothing fancy but since Encenada is a place where it doesnt get crowded very often, dinner should be perfect especially if you're with someone special (the house can make it really romantic for you!)...
Favorite Dish: By far, the best dish for dinner that we always order everytime we stay in Encenada is the Seafood Platter for two. It includes grilled fish, prawns, mussels, and even king crabs and comes with vegetable salad... Take it with wine and it's a perfect dinner!
Written Jul 6, 2005
Address: Encenada Beach Resort
In Sabang Puerto Galera is a challange to find bad food! You can enjoy good stakes, nice Thai food but why those if you have wonderfull Filippino sizling plates! Try Captain Graig's! If you don't find it just pop in into the first restaurant you see! No coock will dissappoint you in Sabang!
Written Feb 17, 2003
Cosy place with friendly service. Restaurant is by the beach with European ambience. There is a local craft shop next door
Favorite Dish: Serves mainly Mediterranean/European food like pizza, tapas as well as local dishes as well. I'm used to more spices and so I find food here in Puerto Galera very bland. It's a good thing we brought our own mixed herbs which we used liberally. Should bring chili sauce too.
For 2 pax, we paid Pesos 650 for beers, daiquiri, pizza and fish dish
Written Jan 11, 2006
~~For every meal, be prepared to allot at least around P 100 ($ 2) to be sure of a hefty meal. You can also choose from the variety of the freshly caught seafood in almost every restaurant every night. There is not much variety but they some have pizza's (FERNANDOS) and a few other cuisine. But mostly, it is grilled (kebab included) and Filipino food. For the budget conscious, you can bring canned goods and have it sauteed by the restos for a minimal charge of P 60 ($ 1) and have your bottles of mineral water refilled starting from P 10.
~~Of course, nothing beats the traditional Filipino HALO-HALO (which literally means mix-mix made from fruits and sweets) and the fruit shakes! You can get each at P 50 ($ 1) in all restos. Best eaten under the sun! :)
Written Apr 3, 2006
We wanted to do 3 dives today and needed a quick, convenient lunch. Decided to have it in the hotel. The restaurant has a lovely ambience located at the beach. Many boat and people activities that you can sit and watch.
As this resort has a German-Korean run dive center, it's not surprising to find quite an extensive Korean menu here.
We had chicken teriyaki, sald with garlic toast and 2 drinks for Pesos 420.
The food was so-so though we should have tried the Korean food as I watched some Korean guests finishing everything.
At night, this place is quite romantic and is a good spot to watch the sunset with a cold drink.
Written Jan 12, 2006
Address: Mabuhay Dive Resort, Small Lalaguna Beach
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