El Nido Philippines - El Nido Palawan
El Nido Dinings & Restaurants
Balay Tubay, Calle Real St, Buena Suerte, El Nido Palawan
A regular joint for the lively as it hosts a live band every night playing classic western favourites together with local numbers. Handicrafts are also sold here, some of which are crafted by the house musicians.
Blue Karrot, Beach Front, Buena Suerte, El Nido Palawan
Located on the beach front of El Nido, Blue Karrot is the only beach bar in the town with a real sand floor. The best of both european cuisine and local specialities are available along with ice cold beer, and selection of wines and spirits, cocktails, fresh fruit shakes and soft drinks.
Artcafé, Serena Street, Buena Suerte, El Nido Palawan
The Artcafe is one of the most popular places for breakfast; it opens at 6am. Breakfast options include homemade bread, brewed coffee, yogurt, fruit shakes as well as omelettes and rice. Lunch or dinner favourites include pizza, pasta, sausages, salads & seafood.
Florlit's Restaurant, Brgy Masagana, El Nido Palawan
A popular with the locals serving up filipino favourites from dawn to dusk.
Marbers Restaurant, Beach Front, Brgy Masagana, El Nido Palawan
Managed by Marlou and Bernie (a German) is located underneath OGs lodging house. Stunning views of El Nido beachfront as well as seating right on the beach give a perfect location for meals or just a refreshing drink. Filipino food along with German specialities are available.
Ric Sons Restaurant,Hama St, Brgy Masagana, El Nido Palawan
Beachfront, Ric Sons is renowned for its fish delicacies both amongst locals and returning guests.
Sea Slugs Restaurant, Beachfront, El Nido Palawan
Seaside Restaurant, Serena St, Buena Suerte, El Nido Palawan
Shipwreck Restaurant, Serena St, Buena Suerte, El Nido Palawan
Squidos Restaurant, Hama St, Brgy Masagana, El Nido Palawan
lace where one can have breakfast, lunch, dinner or cool drinks any time during the day.
Skyline Restaurant & Sing-A-Long Bar, Rizal St, Buena Suerte, El Nido Palawan
This restaurant is very popular with the local workforce; it is usually packed at lunchtimes. A large spacious downstairs offers a mixture of local dishes and drinks, while upstairs the karoake bar is in full swing most nights.