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I was recommended this place by another diver. The Mediterranean chicken sandwich is really nice. I have heard that the chicken parm is really good as well, but have not had the chance to try it yet. Service is a bit slow, but nice atmosphere...and reasonable price. Will definitely go back to try the chicken parm and more sandwiches.More
Stayed for 4 days in this B&B, will definitely come back here if traveling to Coron.
clean and affordable rooms, friendly staff very accessible to the port, food menu needs improvement but over all its ok...
I had some of the best Philippine food here of my whole trip - including tuna steak in "special sauce", and a vegetarian dish of squash and green beans in a coconut sauce. The service is quite slow - you'll wait at least half an...hour for your food - but if you're not in a hurry, then it's worth it! Highly recommended...More
Arrived late in Coron due to flight delay and by the time I settle down was about 3pm and forgotten that I haven't have my lunch so I order a burger to have a quick bite. It took them 15mins to serve the burger and...I was very happy and glad I order the burger. Taste very good!More
As we were in town foraging for day trips, we walk by the Eco Lodge and its bright air-conditioned eatery tempted us. The choice is not that extensive but we found something for luncheon. My husband had pasta with chicken in a creamy tomato sauce....I had the stir fry version. As a matter of fact, there were strangely similar. Except that my spaghetti were dripping of soy sauce and my husband's of cream.
On the other side, the staff is friendly and attentive. But smiles don't quench your hunger..More
We rain in from the rain, the place looked clean and had airconditioning. The menu seemed quite decent. I peeked into the kitchen to ask what was fresh? Nothing! Specialty - Barbecue pork.
So we had pasta with anchovies, I'd say you could skip this...one. The Barbecue pork was a rather long skewer accompanied by a bowl of yellow, bright yellow rice. The pork was passable. Other food not worth mentioning including chicken. They had crepes for dessert, served without the ice cream.
I can imagine local filipino breakfast with white rice topped with fried egg could be decent? Otherwise you're better off going elsewhere...More
Date of visit: July 2014
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