10. Tuna Pandesal at Baker’s Hill- A nice breakfast with the view of Honda bay at Mitra’s ranch. You buy some bread and drinks from Baker’s hill, eat ad enjoy the seascape at the Ranch. Entrance to both is free. Pandesal, P12.9. Curry Pasta and Pizza Sosyal at Neva’s Pizza- A very cozy and nostalgic place to have your lunch. Painting and house music would give you a relax feeling. Dine at the 2nd floor. Pasta, P70; Pizza, 70-140
8. Chao Long and French Bread at Bona’s- A Vietnamese treat at Palawan. Rice noodles with beef stew partner with French bread (available in pork, chicken, beef, and etc.). Chaolong, P40-P45; French Bread, P25.
7. Garlic Crabs at Badjao Seafront- Best enjoyed during the sunset. They have a a great list of fresh seafood dishes. What a great way to feast on the food while the sea breeze refreshes your face. Come there before the sunset for a romantic dinner.Crabs, P200-250 (good for 2-3).6. Kare-Kare Seafood at Bilao’t Palayok- I love Kare-Kare so I would definitely know what’s unorthodo
x and not. Shrimps, clams, squid, fish in a peanut-base paste is a feast to my eyes and tummy. Do I need to explain more? Let’s eat, no let’s feast! Eat like a king. Kare-Kare, P250 (good for 2-3 persons).
5. Blue Marlin or Fish Cordono Bleu and Green Mango-Ginger Shake at Ka Lui. A generous slab of first-class fish with sweet potaoes and seaweeds salad. The fish taste like milk and it somehow melts in your mouth. The Mango-Ginger shake is a must-try! I love the tangy and “gingery” taste. I know you’ve experince alraedy eatin’ “kamayan” style, here you eat bare-footed, sounds cool? Great for dinner, don’t forget to make a reservation in case you forgot hope there’s a place fr you when you got there. Blue Marlin Platter, P195; Shake, P50.4. Every cup of Coffee at Itoy’s Coffee Haus.I love coffee- this is my Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf in Puerto (sorry guys, I’m not a fan of Starbucks) If I want to just sit back and take some caffeine, I go straight to Itoy’s (Rizal Ave.) with my laptop for internet (Wi-Fi) and Facebook and their newspaper and I’m good. Try also their Sansrival- it’s the best. Coffee, P70-P120; Sansrival, P80.3. Tuna Panga, Tamilok (woodworm delicacy from mangroves) and some booze at Kinabuch Bar and Grill- A long and tiring day should be conclud
ed with a bottle to beer. Just relax and feel the city vibe here. Expats and locals flock together to enjoy the cool night. Tuna Panga, P190 (good for 2-3 persons); Beer, P45.
2. Balinsasayaw Bird’s Nest soup, Grilled Chicken, Chicken & Shrimp salad w/ Buko shake at Balinsasayaw Restaurant (Rizal Ave.)- I actually love everything from the menu- it’s healthy, fresh, delicious and cheap. The Balinsasayaw soup is medicinal and prevents diseases, one of the best grilled-chicken in town ask for soy sauce, calamansi and chili; the chicken and shrimp salad is mouth-watering; and the Buko shake is heavenly. Can I ask for more? I think I’m full. All these, P500 (good for 2 persons).1. Balinsasayaw Dessert at Balinsasayaw Restaurant (Rizal Ave.)- You love ice cream? You like fresh buko? How about the fusion of two? Ice cream served in a coconut shell- you enjoy the ice cream and the coconut milk during a summer’s heat in paradise. I think I can do this forever. Dessert, P55.
From your hotel, guesthouse a tricycle would cost P8-20.Extra Note:
In Underground River, Sabang there is a restaurant that offers exotic food like shark and sting ray, etc. Hope that its available when you’re there. The restaurant is very easy to find, I’m so sorry, I forgot the restaurant’s name.