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Top Rated Local Dishes You Must Try

Local delicacies

Crocodile Sisig

A variation of the sizzling dish that typically uses pork. The taste of crocodile meat is similar to chicken, mild flavoured and firm in texture. It's a healthy meat due to its high protein and low-fat composition.


Danggit is a local term used for salted and sun-dried rabbitfish. Danggit Lamayo in Palawan is a marinated danggit in vinegar with garlic and pepper. It is Palawan’s version of danggit, where it is soaked first in its special marinade before it hits the pan. This dish is a popular choice for breakfast.

Lechon kawali

Lechon kawali is all the about the crunch and the tender meat. Although Palawan is famous for its seafood platters, the island’s lechon kawali is also a must-try dish. This pork belly dish is best enjoyed as a viand (an especially tasty, savory dish) or pulutan (simply referred to a bar food).


A Palawan must try is the famous tamilok. Tamilok is a special woodworm mollusk ceviche. It is traditionally served with vinegar and chili for a more flavorful experience. It might not be the most appetizing dish to look at, but many attest to its succulence


Baker’s Hill in Puerto Princesa

Is surely the most famous bakery in the entire province. It produces various pastries and baked goods for tourists to try. Among the products that you should taste is the delicious Baker’s Hill hopia. These delcious sweet rolls come in different flavors like ube and pork.


This cool dessert is basically made up of a combination of various ingredients (hence, the name, which literally translates to “assorted mix”): crushed ice, a variety of sweet beans, milk, corn, and a topping of ice cream and leche flan. It is the perfect refreshment to cool you down from the afternoon heat.

Palawan’s Honey Nougat dessert

La Terrassee Restaurant Café. A dessert primarily made with Palawan nougat, wild honey and whole cashew nuts. It is the ultimate sweet treat you should try.This is a local delicacy made right from the island’s natural products.

Cashew Nuts

Some of the traditional cashew delicacies can be found in Coron. Aside from the classically roasted cashew, you can try the delicious variants such as Bandi and Brittle, cashew nuts flawlessly coated with smooth, honey and caramelized brown sugar. Coron Harvest shop is the best place to buy quality cashews.

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When you wish to try what the locals eat everyday, give it a try, you won't be disappionted, besides being yummy it will safe you money.



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