Rock Island Cafe is a nice clean basic american hangout and cafe good breakfast after spending thee week in China this was a great place for breakfast . eggs beacon breakfast burrito. it has 25 tables service very good very friendly a bar, Tv and fast cable internet for $2.
they seem to keep Sabbath because they close Friday evening until Saturday evening sundown so i asked if they served kosher turns out the are Seventh day Adventist I was told
Favorite Dish: American Breakfast
Korean Buffet or 14.95 not bad for Palau
Favorite Dish: Bin dae duk are Korean pancakes and they are one of my favorite comfort foods I love them because they are so tasty and made not of flour but of mung beans. I like mine with lots of veggies but they also have small amount of pork or shrimps.
Galbi is made with beef short ribs, marinated in a sauce of soy sauce, water, garlic, sugar, and sliced onions. It taste best when grilled on the table very yummy!!
Elilai Restaurant offers excellent Pacific Rim cuisine. They use fresh local ingredients in their recipes including organic veg and fresh local seafood. The interior of the restaurant is stylish and contemporary and casual. They have a gorgeous view of the lagoon in Koror.
Favorite Dish: Seared Pepper Tuna with Korean Style Spicy Sauce. Fresh fish steak cooked to perfection with delicious Korean Spicy Sauce served atop a bed of mashed potatoes. Delectable!
There are a couple burger stands around, they are the cheapest thing to eat and are "American" style. About $5 (USD) for burger/fries.
If your on a budget, this is your choice, unless you have a kitchen then there is the grocery store.
Favorite Dish: Cheese Burger
Okay, so I don't know the name. You won't miss the obvious white trailer that sells the hamburgers on Koror!
Favorite Dish: I ate the hamburger. My husband and son had the cheeseburger...we're not kidding you - these hamburgers are not to miss!!
This is not to be missed - nor is it hard to find. With a large, lighted sign outside this is one place that's hard to miss. We were told to eat here for the pizza. I ordered the local mix pizza, my husband choose a custom toppings pizza, while our son enjoyed the local curry dish. Each of these were delicious. One of the best dinners that we has on our entire stay. The service was fast and pleasant. We even purchased a "story board" from the restaurant for a very reasonable price!!
Favorite Dish: Local mix pizza and curry dish.
We stayed at this hotel, so it get convenience points, that aside, we ate breakfast every morning as well as two dinners here. We enjoyed each meal. The breakfast buffet was big and offered the regular fare of eggs, meats, cereal, and toast as well as local foods like fresh cut fruits, small breakfast cakes, and toast with a tuna mixture that is absolutely delicious (though you can order breakfast off the menu as well). The lunch and dinner menu features items that range from hamburgers to lobster. You can choose to eat your meal inside where it's air conditioned, on the veranda, on the dock where they have tables with umbrellas, as well as a private party room with a spectacular view. Top it off with really great customer service!! Every time we had the opportunity to eat here we enjoyed it very much.
Favorite Dish: The breakfast buffet (LOVE those purple coconut cakes) and the veggie stir fry.
We couldn't have been more taken with the look of this resort. It's seriously some of the better views on the island. We decided to eat at the resort's buffet that night. Not only was the food HORRIBLE but it was more than $30 USD per person. Even the desserts were dried out and bad tasting. For us, it was a waste of money and digestion.
Favorite Dish: None
Local food fare. The dishes seemed to have some influenced from Philippines. It could partly due to the high number of Filipino imigrants in Palau and close proximity of the island to the Philippines.
The squid, green vegetables, soup and meat were cooked in various styles - deep fried, curry style, soup-based and grilled. Food is quite tasty and the portions are quite large.
Favorite Dish: Grilled squid was my favourite dish.
Upscale restaurant serving Northern Indian cuisine. Food is relatively good but a tad pricey for budget travellers. We could find better Indian food back in Malaysia. Service is on par with the price one pays for.
The restaurant can be packed with crowds of tourist. Best to pre-book.
Had American breakfast consists of pancakes and bacons. The portion is a little to heavy for an Asian girl like me. Still they serve the bacons way I like them - crispy and burned.
About US$6-7 per breakfast meal.
Favorite Dish: Teriyaki barbequed chicken
A simple family-run restaurant with a large open kitchen where a very nice guy from the Philippines (you guess it named Ben) churns out some of the best Filipino food I have had since Bagio. Simple but good honest home style Filipino left me feeling lumpiaed out but fat and happy. Their are a lot of Filipinos that work or visit and this seems to be a place that they go to from my visit so has the local Filipino vote for good affordable food.
Favorite Dish: The dishs are really a nice variety local very fresh fried fish and rice to rich paellas and cocidosis very nice. Popular dishes are lechón (whole roasted pig), adobo (chicken and/or pork marinated in soy sauce,viniger and Garlic with a dash of lemon and than a little of this and that. Also Kare-kare (beef vegetables cooked in tasty peanut sauce) with a little ), pancit (stir-fried noodles), lumpia Filipino style fried spring rolls.
I really enjoyed this restaurant. The staff was quite friendly, they gave a complimentry plate of sashimi when you order and it is an indoor restaurant with open walls which was really nice. The menu had pictures so I was finally able to see what fruit bat soup looks like. They had a really nice sampler of Palauan food which my girlfriend had while I had lots of sushi. It is located right in the heart of downtown Koror on the south side of main street and on the second story of the building.
It is located on the 2nd floor. But as soon as you entered, you felt like you had entered a new paradise. It was well airconditioned with a beautiful colorful decor. The staff were well dressed in Indian wear.
Favorite Dish: We had the nan bread. They had a good variety (garlic, cheese, plain, etc). Dal was good. But their Chicken Tikka was excellent. It was marinated well and moist. We also loved that they had Indian beer on their menu & local (Palauan) beer. I really enjoyed my yogurt drink. It was very refreshing and cold.
Ok you already heard about it, but I'm seconding the motion, and admit its fun to see different people in front of the painting, everybody add your taj pictures! Anyway the laaaaaammmmmb sooo good, we had the naan with cheese too, but prefer the garlic. Also theres some mango drink that was really good, we ate here a few times, and nothing was ever bad, and the servers were very attentive.