Some of our colleagues heard about Kokie Restaurant and that we have given a try. The Swiss owner, is very welcoming. He introduced the great food they serve and talked about the Island. While looking at their menu, chilled beer is a must first. :D Food they served is really masarap and it doesn't take for too long to be served. We are all 5 in the group and everyone was satisfied with the meals we ate and leave the plate empty. We had chitchat with the owner and the staff. They gave us suggestions of some food to eat (Filipino food and style). I am the only Pinoy in the group and my German friends were intrigued bout it and that we decided to come back again....The night has come, everybody are exited for the food (Me? not really I have eaten all of it! :P I am just so exited on how would they react on it). The food was almost ready when we arrived. Steamed Okra, fried eggplant, Lato, ampalaya, itlog na maalat with camates, tinola, and lot more. I don't think, they have it on their menu. They cooked it specially for us. Wow! Everybody are curious and tried the food on the table. We ate it in a Filipino way, "salu-salu". We have enjoyed every chew we had... The food itself is delicious plus with the very accommodating couple/owner and staff, it sums up to a very delicious food and excellent one! That night, was not the end of our time at Kokie, we had our last dinner there before leaving Coron.
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