Been going to this restaurant for so many years since it opened. Their chicken tastes the same over the years. Their mango shake is good too.
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This is a great casual local restaurant with local dishes, plenty of seating with friendly staff. I went there for lunch and had grilled tuna belly and grilled squid stuffed with vegetables. It tasted fantastic and was a good serving for lunch, at a very...More
We spent 2 weeks in Puerto in January and ate twice at Balinsasayaw. Both times was good. The coco noodles were fantastic. We also had the BBQ pork skewers and a couple of other dishes, all good. My only wish is that they served beer.
The food offered here is superb with a very practical price. The ambiance is very rural with so many garden plants that soothes a very tiring body. The staffs are friendly. The only challenge here is that the food ordered seems to take quite a...More
I like the chicken wings or legs here because it's delicious and it is good to pair with rice and I like this place because it is an open-air restaurant..
We had lunch so it wasn’t crowded, just two to three tables were occupied. The fish dishes we ordered were fresh and grilled well. The buko juice in shell is worth it. However, the service is wanting. The waiter is not well-oriented of the menu...More
This restaurant is the most underrated amongst the many restaurants in Puerto Princesa. The place itself is excellent as you will be seated in the privacy of your own nipa hut. The food is tasty and cheap too that will really meet your budget while...More
Their price is very very reasonable considering how much food is being served for you, we spent around 1,200 php for 6 persons and that's having 2 servings of maki, 1 kaldero of sinigang, 1 kaldero of kare kare, 2 servings of steaks and of...More