Restaurant Rizal Avenue | Bancao Bancao / Fullbright School, Puerto Princesa, Palawan Island 5300, Philippines Published on: 13-11-2015
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Why La Terrasse is special ?
La Terrasse is famous for a diverse menu with many good food and drink of Western and Asian. La Terrasse will bring you only the best that Palawan has to offer, and in a limited capacity, from other parts of the country. The sauces are made from scratch and all their own soup stocks without any additives or powders or cubes and definitely no MSG. If they can avoid it, they do not use anything from the can, their tomato sauce and relishes are made only from the freshest ingredients, their vegetables, whenever possible, are sourced from organic growers or from their own organic gardens. A nice restaurant with peace atmosphere and good service.
Must try :
Turrones (Banana Turnovers): Php 30 (USD 0.67)
Ginumis: Php 60 (USD 1.4)
Hargrilled Tenderloin Steak: Php 450 (USD 10.1)
barbecued pork ribs: Php 300 (USD 6.7)
How to get to La Terrasse?
La Terrasse is located along the main road of Rizal Avenue, Puerto Princesa. It is approximately 1 Km west from Puerto Princesa Airport. It is situated near another famous restaurant Kalui. Most jeepney drivers and bus drivers know this place well.
- Best food I've had in the Philippines!
- Delightful service and setting
- Awesome food! Great place to eat
- Great food, my favorite place in Puerto Princesa
- Truly delicious food
- Main cuisine Western
- 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 YES
Rizal Avenue | Bancao Bancao / Fullbright School, Puerto Princesa, Palawan Island 5300, Philippines
Tips for you
Convenient location on Rizal Avenue as well as clean and well presented. The staff were very helpful and the food was served super-fast on the night that we dined. They seemed to be at about 50% capacity and they could handle this easily. We were disappointed that our first 2 options of entrée were not available (duck crepes and empanadas) but very happy with our mains. We ordered the adobo overload which was tasty but the duck randang was the real winner. It was hard to go back to eating the other meal after this one. It was loaded with huge chunks of duck that was so tender it would break apart with a fork. Cocktails were fine, nothing extraordinary but satisfactory and reasonably priced. It was easy to get a trike out of the front after. The only factor I didn't like was the huge TV in the room. It seemed very out of place and didn't contribute to the atmosphere.
It's a very nice and relaxed place, with the best ice cream around.