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    The Best Seafood Restaurant in Palawan

    Just sharing a nice "place to eat" at in Palawan visited by Tutubi in his return trip there a few months ago where they served freshly-caught seafood at unbelievable price.

    the "pre-ordered" food on the table:

    steamed okra (ladyfingers) and eggplant

    various grilled fishes, freshly-caught

    buttered prawns, fresh as usual

    Are you wondering what made this "restaurant" the best so far for Tutubi? It's not actually a restaurant but home cooking of friends of his friend somewhere near Inagawan, Puerto Princesa. Tinola native chicken not shown.

    Tutubi and his friends ate at the place, in a backyard surrounded by trees, kamayan-style with great food, lutong bahay at a homey ambiance.

    Such hospitality of Palawe├▒os accorded to Tutubi and his friends. For Tutubi, this is the best seafood restaurant there is in Palawan!

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    posted by backpacking philippines @ 8:11 PM,


    At Oct 19, 2011, 8:36:00 AM, Blogger carlotta1924 said...

    yes, indeed! nothing like eating great home-cooked food (and very fresh at that) in a great place with great friends :)

    and wow, grabe yung taba ng alimango!

    At Oct 20, 2011, 4:40:00 PM, Anonymous said...

    wow! i'd like to try this. do they also serve meat (apart from chicken)?.they don't eat these kind of stuff (so ignorant) but i do. my husband is a german national and my children they took this disliking after their father. i am planning to go to palawan with my family next year. where i can find this place? thanks.

    At Oct 20, 2011, 10:39:00 PM, Anonymous Magazine Subscription said...

    What an assortment of dishes on display. Its nice to be hungry!

    At Oct 23, 2011, 2:58:00 PM, Anonymous TimeShare said...

    I really love shrimps and crab. That's my favorite dish ever. I wanna try your style, i think it tastes good.

    At Dec 6, 2011, 1:39:00 PM, Anonymous flymyself said...

    omg..crabss miss it tons !

    At Feb 29, 2012, 1:26:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    where is this place? what is it called and location?


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