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JESS Billiard is located on the right hand side of Rizal avenue between the capital and airport, a few foreigners hang around there playing billiards, but it gets quiet after 8 pm.
THIS PLACE IS NOW GONE OUT OF BUSINESS
Updated Feb 8, 2013
Palawan for me is a place where we relax from our usual life and there is nothing more relaxing than being here in Baywalk and breathing the fresh air and enjoying the sea breeze. This place is so heavenly, very peaceful and you can really feel that you are really on a vacation! Here you can stroll along the bay while watching the setting of the sun, go biking (they have bikes for rent for 25php/hr) or simply sit and have "muni-muni" and recollect your past life & gather for your future, hahaha!! At night here is beautiful especially when the lamp post are turned on and the peacock starts to blink. Most of the people who come here are the locals not so much of the tourist except for those going for dolphin watching. I enjoyed so much here especially seeing the kids having so much fun with their bikes and the locals who are very nice, friendly and so simple.
Written Jul 23, 2012
This is owned by the owner of Kamarikutan which closed down some time ago, but the new business venture seems to be better than the previous. There is acoustic music every night and a wonderful selection of asian food on the menu, as well as some mexican. The prices are reasonable and serve such delightful dishes like chicken cashew sandwiches, and has a well stocked bar. There are tw rooms inside where you can dine and quite a few tables outside also.
Written May 6, 2012
Address: National highway
Here you can enjoy live acoustic guitar playing each night while you enjoy your meal. Good food at a reasonable price. We visited Katabom last night again and really enjoyed ourselves so now i update this posting. The place opens up around 5 pm and beers are at a ridiculous low price at 25 pesos a bottle of San Mig until 8 pm, but at 7.55 you are allowed to order as many beers as you like at 25 pesos and the waiter will provide an ice bucket to keep them cold. Don't know what the after 8 pm price is but probably 40 or more. We had pepper steak and sizzling seafood for 180 pesos each, excellent, an the acoustic guitarist came on at 8.30, played music from 60's and 70's. Excellent value, we will be back.
Updated Apr 25, 2012
Address: Rizal Avenue
This bar is in Rizal Avemue, 200m from the airport. The lady used to run another bar and cooked some good Thai Food anf International dishes. My favourite was the lasagne. For Thai food just quadruple the Thai prices. Local hangout for Australians and Dutch.
Written Mar 10, 2012
There is a small native bar in Rizal Avenue called Perk Cafe, which is run by a local couple, Alan and his wife. Alan is a the best guitarist around so pass by and hear him play. you may request any song, if he does not know it, for sure he will know another one by the same group. This place opens early evening and sometimes customers are still in there at 4 in the morning.
Written Mar 8, 2012
Kim and Queen is located in Valencia St, a few metres from Mendoza Park. This is frequented by many foreigners as the owner Kim is married to a german guy called Hino. if you are new in town they will be very wiling to help you by answering all your questions and giving you advice. perhaps Kim will take you on a trip in her car if she is not too busy.Sit at the bar and enjoy a few beers, and order some delicious food. Try the pizza, it's cheap and good. Service is quick as there are several beautiful waitresses on hand to serve you. Sometimes it can get a biy noisy with the karaoke but i guess this doesn't matter after a few beers.
Dress Code: casual
Written Mar 8, 2012
Address: Valencia st
Taverna Luna in Rizal Street Puerto Princesa is probably one the best places to chill out in the city.
Music/Live band from Mondays to Saturdays! Can get deafening loud on the weekend.
Taverna Luna is the place to be if you are in the mood for some real relaxation and fun. Especially when the relaxation and fun does not come with a heavy price. The waiters, bartenders and waitresses are very kind and friendly. Taverna Luna opens up many chances to mingle with other fun loving people and tourists. Meeting new people is always a good thing if you desire to expand your social network
Dress Code: laid back, comfortable, dressed down
Updated Mar 22, 2011
Address: Rizal Street Puerto princesa City
It was my first time to go to Palawan, and I definitely wanted to hit Taverna Luna since I love their sister restaurants in Quezon City and Boracay. The chain is owned by one family, and each branch is managed by one family member, so you can be assured of the same quality, even if the menu changes from restaurant to restaurant.
The food is traditionally Filipino, specifically with dishes from Bacolod, as well as a lot of continental fare. My personal favorite is the Kansi, a deliciously sour soup like a cross between Bulalo and Sinigang. They also have very good Paella.
They have live bands too, and they have a simple but substantial drink selection. I'm definitely going back.
Dress Code: casual
Updated Mar 22, 2011
Address: Rizal Ave. Extension, Puerto Princesa, Palawan
Kinabuch's is the best known hang-out spot at the heart of Puerto Princesa. It offers grilled food, cold fresh beer, billiards and great music. I recommend it because it's a pretty big place and the crowd's not that bad. Open till 3 a.m.
Dress Code: Dress as you are.
Written Feb 18, 2004
Address: Rizal Avenue, Puerto Princesa
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