Restaurant 369 Rizal Avenue, Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines Published on: 13-11-2015
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Why Kalui Restaurant is special ?
KaLui Restaurant is always jam-packed with tourists as it is actually the most famous restaurant in Puerto Princesa. KaLui is known for its best customer service, native wooden house, alluring artworks, and you also have to enter the restaurant barefoot. Once you enter the restaurant, you will be greeted by their friendly staff. Kalui Restaurant is made of native wooden house. Everything on the menu is seafoods and vegetables which include sashimi, tempura, shellfish soup, sinigang, baked mussel and many more. The restaurant is well known for good sea food, good drink and fresh fruit. Moreover, the service is quick, and romantic inside design that create a comfortable atmosphere for eating.
Must try :
Tuna Steakp : P160 (USD 3.60)
Fish Cordon Bleu : P160 (USD 3.60)
Shrimps : P185 (USD 4.00)
Blue Marlin : P185 (USD 4.00)
Sea catch Tempura : P150 (USD 3.30)
Mango,Pineapple,Papaya,Water : P200 (USD 4.40)
How to get to Kalui Restaurant?
KaLui Restaurant is 10 to 15 minutes travel from Puerto Princesa Airport. If your hotel has a free shuttle van, ask them that you are wishing to dine at KaLui. You can also take tricycle going there; just tell the driver you’re going to KaLui.
- Best restaurant in Philippines
- Interior design at it's best Cleanest place
- One of the most beautiful restaurant in Asia
- Best value for money on Puerto Princesa
- Good food.good ambiance. very romantic at night
- Main cuisine Speciality
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Medium
- Alcohol YES
- Air condition YES
- Had kid menu YES
- Accept credit card YES
- Serve breakfast NO
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian NO
369 Rizal Avenue, Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines
Tips for you
Their fish (rolled meat) in coconut milk tasted divine seemed like a fusion of Filipino and thai cuisines. Their interior design was world class; it's obvious that careful planning was made before putting together every artful piece. Toilet was one of a kind, resembled that of a typical Filipino home. It was amazing how they kept it dry amidst its wooden material. And the waiters were not only polite and friendly but also good-looking.
One of the best resto here in Puerto Princesa. You have to take off your shoes and enter the resto barefooted. all seafood on their menus