If you are on your way or back from the north or back from honda bay, you should try this place. Good food!
The restaurant itself sits in front of a former Vietnamese refugee camp. If youre looking for authentic Vietnamese people to talk to I'm afraid most were repatriated back to Vietnam (I was told they didnt want to go back) years ago so I was a bit disappointed while strolling at the back and looking at empty houses and a half... More
“Famous Chao Long” This is supposedly a small Vietnamese community of 1,500 inhabitants when the village was set up in 1996. Aside from the houses they have a noodle factory, two French bread bakeries, Catholic and Protestant churches and a Buddhist temple. Now, there’s only about ten families here. This used to be a tourist attraction; providing a taste of... More
...but the food is still good! Used to be a camp for Vietnamese refugees (actually, one of several), but now only a couple of families have decided to stay. Everyone else migrated to the States and Canada. Not much to see now, but the food is worth the extra trip.
we stayed at Villa Saturnina near Honda Bay wharf, and were looking for nearby restaurants.. im glad we were pointed to Viet Ville. Housed in what used to be a community of vietnamese boat refugees, this restaurant had an nice local ambience. Ask for their green-tea iced drink -- its really refreshing and yummy. We had Goi Cuon (fresh spring... More
Genuine Vietnamese food. Try the Vietnamese sinigang. Like sinigang plus lots of tart lemon grass. delicious. The small size is good for 3 or 4 people. Great prices.
We wanted to try the Vietnamese food as it's been a highlight of history for Puerto Princesa, but I was disappointed at the visit. First of all, it was far from the town center, so the visit was not worth it given that the food wasn't particularly good, neither was there anything to see there now. It used to be... More
The first time I went to this place was the day we conducted our SWOT Analysis on one of my major subject. It became one of my recommended place to visit here in Puerto Princesa and also to let them try Chaolong!
I never really under stand why so many plaves in the philippines lack customer service. Here i was 20min before being approched and when i order beef mami pho ba it took 40mins and i was the only guest
We love Vietnamese food and specifically included Viet Ville in our Palawan itinerary. Never mind the old, worn-out structures and furniture. The food was authentic. Service was by real Vietnamese refugees who have long stayed in the Philippines and speak Tagalog. My sons loved the pho while my husband enjoyed the freshly baked baguette sandwiches. Very crunchy. We even ordered... More
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