EXPERIENCE: Where To Eat: Puerto Princesa, Palawan

Balinsasayaw Restaurant
Where: Rizal Street, Puerto Princesa, Palawan
Contact Number: (048) 434 5804
Experience: Its name was derived from the famous Balinsasayaw birds which were popularly known for their bird's nest soup. Balinsasayaw Restaurant has a good ambiance as it depicts a laid back setting in the province. The food is very affordable. The service was not that good as food usually prepared within 45 to 75 minutes and service staffs won't inform you about that. We made a follow up a couple of times.

French Toast

Spaghetti with Meat Balls

Chicken Barbeque

Mango Float

La Terrasse
Where: Rizal Avenue, Bancao Bancao Puerto Princesa, Palawan
Contact Number: (048) 434 7387
Experience: La Terrasse is a French fine dining restaurant situated in the heart of Rizal Avenue. It is strategically located near the airport. We were amazed with the service they provided. Food is great as well as it's price. If you want a gastronomic experience, don't miss to dine here.

simple yet elegant vibe

organic light. made out of salt, oil and carrot.

complimentary snack: bread sticks with pesto sauce

Shrimp Gambas

Baked spinach topped with cheese

Crunchy flat pork belly with squash puree


We really enjoy the FOOD!

Definitely more than OKAY! :)

Penao Restaurant
Where: Sitio Sabang, Bgy. Cabayugan, Puerto Princesa City‎
Contact Number: 0927-937-4657
Experience: Penao Restaurant is located near Sabang port going to Puerto Princesa Underground River. They offer typical Filipino buffet lunch.

Itoy's Coffee Haus
Where: Rizal Street, Puerto Princesa, Palawan
Contact Number: (048) 433 5182
Experience: Itoy's Coffee Haus is the Starbucks-like coffee shop in Puerto Princesa, Palawan.

Other Food Try-outs

Crocodile Meat at Crocodile Farm
Crocodile meat is a succulent white meat with a delicious and unique flavour. The meat is low in fat and high in protein and the best way of cooking it is similar to how lean pork or chicken is cooked. 

Crocodile Sisig

The tamilok, a wood worm which tastes like your familiar oyster, is a famous delicacy found in Palawan. Although it looks like a worm, it is actually a mollusk found inside rotting mangroves. The word ‘tamilok’ was surprisingly coined by two Americans. They started calling one of their friends - "Tommy, look!", after seeing the locals eating the tree worm. The locals adopted this term to refer to this wood worm delicacy.

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