Part of the Rosvenil Pensione, this casual and popular open-air restaurant does raw fish (sashimi), barbecued lapu-lapu (grouper) and sizzling gambas.
A unanimous favourite with locals, Ochó is a rowdy affair with a glimpse of suave. Select your fish, squid or shellfish from the display and get them to cook it however you like it. Vegos are also catered for, and c…
A long-standing Tacloban eatery, brick-walled Giuseppe’s is decorated like an Italian bistro and serves pastas and pizzas.
A fantastic secondhand bookstore that serves real coffee (P38), sandwiches on ciabatta bread (from P50) and a great selection of cakes.
Stylish, minimalist eatery with a mostly vegetarian menu, including Mexican and Middle Eastern flavours.
A great little hole-in-the-wall that punches above its weight with tasty 10-inch pizzas, sandwiches, original salads and Asian tastes.