Find out what Asian restaurants to try in Kalibo. Kalibo, officially the Municipality of Kalibo, (Aklanon: Banwa it Kalibo; Hiligaynon: Banwa sang Kalibo; Filipino: Bayan ng Kalibo), is a 1st class municipality and capital of the province of Aklan, Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 80,605 people.
Things to do in Kalibo
Gecko's is a relatively new offering in Kalibo, as you head toward McDo make a left at the Petron station and Gecko's is tucked away about a block back Mabini on the left. Our host was the American owner and the chef was her talented nephew who trained in Manila. The offerings are mostly Filipino cuisine, we enjoyed the beef nachos, as an appetizer. They were very good, prepared in the local way. We shared a pork sisig and baby back ribs. The ribs were spectacular, meaty and full of flavor. And quite a good price at 150 pesos! The sisig was our first attempt at this local favorite and we found it to be very good, crispy, flavorful pork.One of the best features was the Dr. Pepper! This American soda is hard to find outside of Manila, but the owner has it shipped in... and on this particular visit she even had Dr. Pepper Cherry on hand! We hear the evening scene is when Gecko's really comes to live, but we found it to be a comfortable, delicious place to shop for a local lunch and great conversation!
Cafe De Calivo is an Akeanon heritage inspired cafe offering special coffees, blends, local delicacies and cakes named after the XIX martyrs and local heroes of Aklan. It is named after the old name of the capital town of Kalibo during the Spanish era. Pi
Named after the ancient name of the town, Cafe De Calivo offers the best blended coffee (try Catalino Blend and Lamberto Blend) in town at a very affordable price. Mix and match your coffee choices with unique locally made delicacies such as Simplicio Coconut Puto Cake and Godofredo Calamansi Tart among others. Plus you get to know more about the town's heroes as the coffees and delicacies are named after the XIX martyrs and heroes of Aklan. Vintage photos of the town of Kalibo shows the town's glorious past.
Minori Japanese Restaurant offers a wide variety of Traditional Japanese Cuisine ranging from Ramen Noodles and Soba to Donburi, Agemon, Bento Box sets, fresh Sushi, Maki and Sashimi.
Nice little Japanese around the back of a gas station and hospital.They were missing a few things on the menu but everything that they did have was to a good standard. I would recommend to anyone looking for a decent meal in Kalibo!!
3 based on 32 reviews
Andok's chicken serves some tasty grilled and fried chicken. This outlet is located by the road side and sanitation side, it is not up to mark. This is more of an outlet for the locals. You can try it out at least once if you want to taste what the locals like to eat.
Filipino comfort food (binagoongan baboy, tuna and pork sisig, chicken binakol, etc) plus more, at very affordable prices (less than P100 for a good meal)Plus airconditioned (a must in humidity-extreme Kalibo) and free wi-fii access! Excellent for quick meals and short meetings with friends and family.
4 based on 15 reviews
behind the seemingly quiet town of Kalibo lies a treasure which i think all tourists - both transients to and from Boracay or Kalibo-bound - must see and try. This pioneer of Japanese food in Kalibo serves only freshly-prepared, tasty local version of your Jap cravings. fast service and definitely worth every cent =)a must-visit when in Kalibo.
4 based on 29 reviews
Ninos Ihaw-ihaw lived up to its reviews. The kinilaw is excellent, the grilled macakerel (tanigue) is done perfectly, soft and moist inside. The steamed shrimps are just sweet with a hint of the sea, calamares crisp on the outside soft in the inside seasoned just right. Oh the rice is equally excellent, sticky variety. The prices are very reasonable, actually cheap. Oh almost forgot, the bam-i noodle is not to be missed.
4 based on 28 reviews
Food was just okay for those who just want to hang out outside and no other place to go to . Problem was that the sauce used in the pizza is the same in their nachos and tacos . And their blend of their in sauce was too sweet , it's like food was for kids .
4 based on 46 reviews
With branches strategically located in different areas of Aklan, you can taste the best liempo (this is a must-taste when in Kalibo) from Ramboyâs. It has brand right in front of Marzon Hotel, in toting Reyes Street (near RC Supermarket), or if you want to visit Ramboyâs Main, it is located in Brgy Bulwang, Numancia Aklan which is just a few minutes drive from Kalibo proper
4 based on 100 reviews
We've been to Latte Cafe several times now. Wonderful ambiance. Really good food. We've stopped by for Breakfast, Lunch and for Dinner. We've enjoyed every meal.
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