Found at The Funny Lion Hotel, Hunt Restaurant is one of the upscale restaurants you’ll see around Coron. With their extensive menu, you will see the fusion dishes that they serve to its guests and also to its walk in customers. HUNT INSIDE. A spacious restaurant welcomes Hunt guests for a dine. Opened in 2015, Hunt Restaurant is the hotel’s in-house restaurant that serves a wide array of food for both their local and foreign customers. They usually serve Asian and Western cuisine, as many of their guests are from Asian countries such as Taiwan, China, and in Korea where they usually come in large groups either for a business […]
Chinese cuisine is tricky: it can go horribly wrong when not done properly, but it can also be the best thing you’ve tasted if done right. Dingding Restaurant excels in the latter. FRONT OF RESTAURANT RESTAURANT INTERIOR Dingding Restaurant is one of the few authentic Chinese restaurants in Coron. Specializing in cuisine from mainland China, they serve dishes that satisfy even the most discerning of Chinese guests. It’s very popular with Chinese tourists, especially businessmen who visit the islands. Steamed Lapu-lapu (P1,600 to P3,000 depending on size) They pride themselves in serving the best steamed fish on the island. Steaming may sound simple, but as […]
Hotel guests usually get to enjoy meals from the hotel’s in-house restaurant. Most of them are good, but there is one in-house restaurant in Coron that’s popular to both hotel guests and other visitors: the Corto Del Mar Restaurant. DINING AREA Corto Del Mar Restaurant is the in-house restaurant of Corto Del Mar Hotel. They serve a mix of international and local cuisine, with its hours aligned with those of the hotel. This makes it one of the few high-class restaurants in Coron that you can visit for breakfast, even if you’re not a hotel guest. The restaurant’s ambience is nothing short of amazing. It has a perfect […]
Coron Harvest has already been featured by several national TV stations because of its popular cashew nut production in Palawan. Their cashew nuts are fresh, aromatic and crispy in texture. It’s really delicious, you won’t even notice how many nuts you have already eaten! A lot of tourists buy bags of cashew nuts as pasalubong or presents for their loved ones. (1) Cashew Nuts – P50/70g, P100/140g, P300/500g (2) Sugar Coated Cashew Nuts (3) Owner Lita Escarda and 3 of her friendly staff
Bistro Coron is a restaurant that has been serving both Filipino and French cuisine for 9 years. The Double Herb Meat Fillet served with Butter Sauce (P215) is the restaurant’s star dish which has 5 side dish choices: boiled potatoes, sautéed potatoes, French fries, rice, and spaghetti. In addition, the meat fillet in this dish can be beef, chicken or pork. At night, this restaurant transforms into a bar where you can enjoy a drink or two. ‘Bistro’ means “a small restaurant that can be used with ease” in French. The Bistro Coron is exactly as its name suggests. This restaurant is well-liked by tourists and local people.