Saturday, April 13, 2013

Ka Lui - Puerto Princesa Palawan

Puerto Princesa Palawan is home of beautiful natural attractions, welcoming people, and unique food. Speaking of unique food they have this thing called the Tamiloc which is a shipworm, another one is Wakwak a sandworm, and this green honey which is just a regular honey but green in color because the bees were fed with green sugar. These are only few of the many exotic food they have but the others are lesser exotic for me. Hey don't get me wrong, i'm not about to show and tell you how crazy I was in trying to eat all of those unconventional food, I don't even like eating Balut (fertilized duck embryo).









We went to this unique restaurant in Puerto Princesa Palawan, very unique we were not allowed to get in without removing our footwear. Ka Lui is one of the famous restaurants in Puerto Princesa Palawan, we've heard about the restaurant from our driver the moment we arrived in Palawan. You should be expecting good food and excellent customer service, so I would say your visit won't be complete without visiting the place. If you are worried about your trusty shoes, those will be kept in secured locker for you to enjoy the ambiance. Their focus is within Filipino cuisine, mostly seafood and other healthy options like fruits and vegetables.





The well polished floor.
With mostly wooden decorative and flooring, we felt like we were inside a huge bahay kubo (wooden hut). The rustic wooden frames and panels were effective addition to the unique experience we had. Since the place is mostly full, I would suggest you make a reservation before going to Ka Lui, or else you will end up (just like us) sitting on the floor with pillows and eating on a low table, which was actually a unique experience too.




Ka Lui is just one of the many restaurants in Puerto Princesa Palawan, and the next time I visit Palawan, I will sure go back and enjoy what they offered in the restaurant.



Here are their Contact Details:
  • 369 Rizal Avenue Puerto Princesa City Palawan ( Opens Daily except Sundays, Lunch 11-2pm; Dinner 6:00-10:30pm ) 
  • Landline: (048) 433 2580 
  • Mobile No: +63 928 753 9621 
  • E-mail: online@kaluirestaurant.com, or Ask your hotel front desk to call them and to get a reservation.

18 comments:

  1. This is great foodie place. I would surely visit this place because we'll be travelling Puerto Princesa this August.

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  2. Good to know that they have lockers for your footwear now. When my beau and I visited a few years ago, we only slipped our slippers inside this open storage unit by the entrance. Anyhow, it's true that reservations are needed. The food is great too. Much to rave about. :)

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  3. Nice sitting idea! I've been reading a lot about it and Ka Inato. Will definitely mark my list for these two restos when we get to Palawan.

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  4. wow, I want it all
    lovely!
    http://afinaskaterblogspotcom.blogspot.ru/

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  5. As much as I want to eat at this resto, I could only indulge their food right here in your blog.

    But the place is so colorful and attractive! And their floor is really polished. It's just rightful to take your footwear off. :D

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  6. Wow, iw ill be sure to go here when i visit puerto princesa in the near future

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  7. I remember my lola's old house, the floor is like that and we need to leave our slippers outside. Great place to visit especially the food.

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  8. I thought it is something like Korean or Japanese cuisine because of its traditions of removing the shoes. haha. anyway,it seemed that it is really a must visit in Palawan, so I might consider coming here when I'll have my vacation.

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  9. Food and ambiance deserve a visit. :) We'll try to go there when we go to Palawan soon.

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  10. The place looks great :) I vow that before 10 years is up, I'll be able to visit Palawan :)

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  11. Palawan sure has a lot to offer... from travel destinations to appetizing food trips! :)

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  12. The place looks so homey.Very Filipino indeed. Sarap pa ng foods.

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  13. I like the ambiance, pinoy na pinoy!

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  14. Ang sarap naman kumain dito, perfect place to eat, the ambiance is refereshing and the food looks good.

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  15. This looks like a really nice place to eat and enjoy with family or friends while in Puerto Princesa :) Will definitely check this place out when we visit Puerto Princesa.

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  16. the food looks delicious and the ambiance seems perfect

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    1. if you are into a unique Filipino din-in experience, this should be the perfect plase.. :D thanks for dropping by

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