Restaurants

Top Choice Filipino in Puerto Princesa

Kalui

Kalui has a lovely Balinese ambiance – wooden floors, colourful paintings, sculptures and masks adorn the walls, and there’s a general air of sophistication. Choose from a few varieties of seafood, all served with v…
Top Choice Filipino in Puerto Princesa

Badjao Seafront Restaurant

Perched over the water at the end of a raised boardwalk over mangroves, Badjao's sea and mountain views are truly mesmerising. A long lunch gnawing on whole grilled fish and other seafood (crabs, shrimp, squid etc) …
Filipino in Puerto Princesa

La Terrase

This is a sophisticated open-air dining room with a small menu of pasta, seafood and grilled meats (including pan-grilled organic duck breast). Attention is paid to organic and locally sourced ingredients. Sandwiche…
Seafood in Puerto Princesa

Ugong Rock Seafood & Grill

Choose your protein from the display trays (crabs, prawns, lobster, mussels, squid and several types of fish), the method of cooking, and a sauce, and a short time later you’ll be feasting on your creation. Best to …
Vietnamese in Puerto Princesa

Lou Chaolong Hauz

A lingering reminder of the Vietnamese community that once called Puerto home, one of a number of chaolong restaurants, a small, informal eatery serving up the eponymous dish; this version at least is simply a tasty…
Filipino in Puerto Princesa

Gypsy’s Lair

In a strip mall a few kilometres north of Rizal along the National Hwy is this postage-stamp-sized bohemian-style restaurant with live acoustic music most nights. Excellent desserts like ice biko, basically sweet st…
Filipino in Puerto Princesa

Bilao at Palayok

Serves a variety of Filipino favourites, including sinigáng (tamarind-based soup), adobo (pork stewed in vinegar and garlic) and grilled fish. This very pleasant eatery has a small pond, waterfall and soft music.
Cafe in Puerto Princesa

Heavenly Desserts by Dorothy

A homey, charming spot with excellent cakes and muffins, plus an all-day breakfast menu (omelette P115) and burgers, pad thai and pastas. You can kick back with a frappucino and peruse year-old magazines in a comfy …
European in Puerto Princesa

Bruno’s Swiss Food

For those craving Swiss, Polish and German sausage, imported steaks and European beers and wines. A small grocery on one side and a few tables on the other. Good place to stock up for a picnic.
Cafe in Puerto Princesa

Cafe Itoy’s

Long-running coffee joint on the main drag with a shady back terrace and an extensive menu of snacks and light bites.