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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 Palaweños accorded to Tutubi and his friends. For Tutubi, this is the best seafood restaurant there is in Palawan!
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.
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