And so I was taken aback, what to do in Puerto Princesa? I have been there couple of time and I felt that the city doesn't have something new of significance to enjoy.
Gladly, I booked in a nice Pension House they call Banwa. The place itself is nice I could just stick around just sipping beer and drinking my blues away the whole weekend at their Cafe.
The place inspired me to discover new places in PPS especially restaurants and Tripadvisor was also there to help me out.One the top searches was Gypsy's Lair so I thought of checking it out.
Since it was early in the morning, I preferred eating at the al-fresco section of the restaurant.
Green Curry was my favorite!
They have a variety of green curry --chicken, pirk, goat -- but seafood is one of the most popular. And I looooove seafood so that's what I ordered.
Take note: since this is curry, expect it to be spicy. You can specify preference though whether to go all out with the spice or not. Mine was just the perfect for my liking. Creamy curry taste with vegetables in it. I find it a bit small in serving size for the amount of 200php (good for 1 pax lang talaga) but the taste is to celebrate for.
I flew in Puerto Princesa City via AirAsia and you too can experience this city and its gastronomic offering as AirAsiaPh flies 4x daily to Puerto Princesa from NAIA Terminal 4.
Book your flights at http://www.airasia.com/ph/en/home.page
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BANWA PENSION HOUSE Puerto Princesa: a place where you wouldn't feel like leaving.
Look for my review on Banwa Art Cafe Next. ^^
GYPSY'S LAIR and Gypsy's Art Cafe
are located at:
Unit 20 Mercado de San Miguel |