Where to Eat in Coron: Coron Hilltop View Resort

Balinsasayaw Soup (Php 39.00)

I'm sure, one of your planned destinations this summer is to go swimming into the magnificent Kayangan lake in Coron, Palawan. I'm glad I did it early. The thing that  I hate about going to the beach is I don't want to sun bath on a crowded beach so I have decided to advance my trip to avoid the large influx of tourist this peak season. It was last week of January when I  conquered Coron alone. I will post my adventure on my travel blog ( http://www.gesttoutopia.com/ ) this week. What I'm going to share to you is my delightful culinary experience in the booming town of Coron.

Lumpiang Shanghai (PhP 115.00  )

Good thing that I had a chance to dine to different eatery and restaurant around the town, I know where to eat next time. I would say that the most affordable and decent place to dine in Coron is the Coron Hilltop View Resort but its kinda far from the town proper. Well, 5 minutes wasn't far from where I was billeted. The place was not crowded as I have figured. I think the restaurant should be promoted or marketed actively. They could open a Facebook fan page account or signup to a small business email marketing.

Lechon Kawali (PhP 115.00  )

Huge servings of Lechon Kawali and Lumpiang Shanghai including a glass of iced tea costs Php 115 each, side dish included. The restaurant is air-conditioned and the staff were very accommodating.