Province of Palawan Restaurants

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  • Restaurants
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  • located on National Highway
    located on National Highway
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Province of Palawan Restaurants

  • Tourist-popular restaurant.

    Located along one of the main thoroughfare of the city – Rizal Avenue – along a couple of KTV bars on the other side of the road. We sat at the outdoor dining area although they do have indoor dining for those who don’t want to be bothered by the sometimes noisy vehicles passing along the main road and the usual throng of mosquitoes. There are...

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  • tourist spot indeed

    well, the exotic decor is tasty and there is that special tropical atmosphere a tourism professional will qualifies as " tropic romantic"...back home you will remember the decor and the quality of the light . about the food its not far from transparent . transparent is also the word for your statue versus the staff. price are reasonable ( at least...

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  • Walk in the Park

    One of the unique restaurants in Puerto Princesa. Offers sumptuous bread and pastries. They also have a resto where you can eat "true" food. The bakery also displays its mini park with different animals, plants, cartoon characters, as well as playing ground for the kids. Best to hire a van when you go here coz jeeps are rare in the area.

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  • A Cozy Ambiance

    Probably the most popular and most visited restaurant in Puerto Princessa. Best if you have reservations. Located just minutes away from the city proper. Cozy ambiance. Need to take off your shoes/slippers. Artworks are also displayed. Food is good but not that extraordinary. seafoods pa din..hehe

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  • Save your money

    This is the most popular restaurant in El Nido, and the owner knows it. Shestopped caring about service and quality apparently because she knows people will come regaurdless. I ordered a cesar slad with avocado. I ordered this because I have not had an avocado in almost a year and when I saw it on the menu I got excited. For 120 pesos I expected...

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  • Tamilok Challenge

    If you want adventure and challenge go to Kinabuchs Grill and Bar. THey offer meals and alcoholic drinks. Nice place. They offer tamilok for P115 per order. Tamilok is also known as wood worm.If you want to chill out and have fun you need to go to Kinabuchs.

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  • Best Place to Hang out in Puerto

    You should never get out of Puerto Princessa without dropping by Ka Lui. Food is great and the ambience is excellent. Be warned though, you must be ready to take off your sandals as everybody in the resto walks around barefoot. The entire place is decorated in ethnic designs, different tables offer you different sitting arrangements. Be ready to...

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  • Great place to eat

    The first thing that struck me was that you have to take off your shoes at the entrace to the restaurant. From the gate entrance, there is a little path that leads you past a small garden before you reach the restaurant proper. You take off your shoes there and you will be guided to a table. They have quite a variety of seating arrangements. You...

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  • Beautiful setting and ambiance

    When you 1st see the restaurant you will be tempted to get inside because of its distinct style. The whole structure is made of kawayan. You will be asked to remove your shoe or sandals before you step inside. You may choose to sit in a conventional wooden chair or at the floor with huge pillows. The food is mostly seafood and grilled. The price is...

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  • Tribu Cafe at Puerto Pension

    Serves continenal breakfast (comes with the rooms usually) - either at their Garden Cafe, at the veranda outside your room or at their restaurant at the 3rd floor overlooking the Wharf. They have this upgrade promotion - eat all you can eggs (cooked in any way you want)

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  • Bilao at Palayatok Restaurant

    Don't order their grilled tuna meal - my mum had a bum tummy after. :(Athough ambiance of the restaurant was very cosy, some tables have a hammock installed. I ordered grilled spareribs with java rice - about P90Mango Shake - about P40 i think

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  • Balinsasayaw Restaurant

    This place is better appreciated during the day, but unfortunately we went there for dinner. The sunset was great, although I wasn't able to capture it. The squid and shrimp were very fresh (were the only one i ate). Lato was a bit too salty as compared to Ka Lui's.

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  • Ka Lui's

    One of the landmarks in PP, for me every visitor should eat here at least once. Best to have a reservation when you go (433-2580) Seafood sisig was so yummy we had planned to come back for it. They have set menus (below 5h) with rice, seafood, soup and salad.

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  • For the sake my research hehehehehehe

    Food is good not too expensive and the ambience reall gives you a relaxing feeling. If you wanted to experience the beauty of mangroves and seashore while having a fine dinning better go to this restaurant. I'm planning to go back here soon. ala, ala akong favorite basta masarap!!!!!!!! yummy

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  • Pension & Restaurant in 1

    The pension houese where we've stayed has a popular resto too, yummy seafoods and a bar.Click on Lola Itang Pension

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  • One of a kind find

    If you ask any of the Puerto Princesa tour guides for good food, they'll probaly tell you to go to Ka Lui or Badjao Seafront Restaurant. But if it turns out that Ka Lui is full or Badjao Seafront seems out of way from your location, then head off to Balinsasayaw Restaurant. The food is good and the prices are cheap. You can get a full seafood meal...

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  • Save some space...there's still free...

    After waiting for nearly 20min at their comfy waiting area, (just enough time for photo-ops), barefooted, and hungry, we were seated near the entrance. The place was packed! There's about 3 groups still waiting after us. Anyways, the waiter handed out their menu and my wife asked "Is this it? Where's the rest of the menu? 2 pages only?" There were...

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  • Shake it Baby!

    There were 2 Balinsasayaws in PPC, the First one is at Rizal Ave, the other one is not. The tricycle driver took us to the latter, he said it was bigger. Ambiance was great, although we sat at a kubo (hut) near the streets, it was still ok. We opted for the set menus, which were about PHP55-PHP65. Fruit Shakes...I can't get enough of you baby...yes...

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  • A Chao Long House

    After reading some tips from this forum, I asked our tricycle driver to take us to CHAO LONG house. He took us to this place...he said it was A CHAO LONG HOUSE...I thought CHAO LONG was the name of the restaurant! Vietnamese toe up! This was the first food I wanted to try since my right foot arrived in Palawan...vietnamese noodle soups are ranged...

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  • Last Night in the City?...then...

    This place was so good that it deserves a second round! (See "Nightlife" page for our first round) Since this was our last dinner at Puerto Princessa, we decided, after serious deliberation, that we should pig out. We ordered Crispy Pata, Bulalo, Sashimi, Sweet and Sour Lapu-Lapu, Green mango Salad and a ton of rice. To hell with a fruit shake, I...

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  • Best seafood restaurant in town

    Ka Lui offers great food at an affordable price. At P295 per meal package, you get an appetizer, main meal, dessert. Food tastes great! Ambience is cool. kinilaw na tuna

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  • A hidden treasure

    almost outside the main business area of the city, within a garden setting is a romantic place called cafe arturo. There are numerous mahogany trees at the entrance. After about a 200 meter drive, you'd see a large native hut and an even smaller hut. The large one is the restaurant and the smaller one is the residence of the owners. Yes, they live...

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  • The Best Broiled Chicken in Town

    The place is actually a stream with plenty of rocks and deeper portions which the inmates have turned into pools. so of course the pool water here is never a second the same. The place was converted into a resort and has native cottages where visitors can eat and stay for a whole day. The rent is 100 pesos per cottage. We were told that we could...

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  • Seafood and Sunset

    Be sure to get to this restaurant at sunset. Fantastic! But, also get there early or make a reservation ahead of time. The restaurant has a mixture of a native and modern setting. It is surrounded by mangroves and the dining area is set fronting the sea - actually part of it above the water. The steamed talakitok and seaweed salad go very well...

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  • French/Vietnamese Cuisine

    a mixture of vietnamese and french cuisine to tickle your palate. It's rather cheap. the Kimchi is great! so is the Vietnamese shrimp paste (bagoong). they do deliver french bread to any hotel/pension/inn in Puerto Princesa

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  • Authentic French Bread

    Might not want to buy from this bakery - outside (and inside) is so dingy, but have one the best french bread i've tasted. great combination of crispness of the crust and soft bread French bread what else

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  • Beef stew and French bread

    Located in the Vietnamese Village. Be sure to order their beef stew - super tasty! Beef stew and french bread :)

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  • different kind of eating experience

    this restaurant will ask you to remove your slippers/shoes before you can enter............. that means you'll have to eat barefooted................ their food is ok ............. a little expensive but the experience and the ambience is ok...............by the way, they only serve seafood.......... the fish cordon bleu and the seafood sisig..

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  • another cheap resto

    food is cheap and also ok............ the ambience is good also............don't forget to see the live turtles ....................

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  • Don't miss the 'Vietnamese' French bread

    Nothing can beat the fresh, crisp and delicate crust of French bread carefully prepared by the Vietnamese in Puerto Princesa. The French bread became an instant favorite among the Palaweños shortly after the Vietnamese moved to what is now the Viet Village and started making it. The breads are refreshingly tasty, crunchy and, best of all, cheap!...

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