Discover the best restaurant in Leyte Island, Philippines including Giuseppe's Italian-Filipino, Calle Z Cafe, Bo's Coffee Club, Ocho Seafood Grill, Jose Karlos, Rafael Farms Garden Restaurant, 'ayo Cafe, Sunzibar, Dream Cafe, Moose and Squirrel
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4 based on 149 reviews
As others note its pricey for Phils, 500P for a proscuito pizza, but quality is excellent, ambiance quite nice and service good. Pizza is large, goof for 2 to 3 people. We are eating the leftovers back in the hotel for dinner as I type. Hours are 11am to 10pm.
Good mango shake (150) and calamansi juice (80); quite a few wine choices kept in a chiller. High class dining in Tacloban.
The guy who said not enough sauce and crust to be "american style" pizza is partly true; he refers to the Chicago style pizza popularized by the chain Pizzeria Uno that has 2 inch thick crust and is dripping with sauce, but in New York and San Francisco, the real foodie cities, thin crust with minimal sauce is more popular. And if you gave a pizza from Uno's to an Italian he'd ask "What is this tomato sauce Sandwich thing?" No Italian would call it "Pizza".
4 based on 41 reviews
One of my favourite eateries in Tacloban.
Don't be put off by philipinna menu food is simple but good
Pleasant place to eat n have a beer or two n enjoy
Nice ambience with outdoor setting , though also have indoor option.
I'm a regular here when ever I'm in town
3.5 based on 39 reviews
Telephone + 63 53 523 2888.
This Bo's on one of the main streets in Tacloban is typical of the chain. It was quiet, the AC worked, and the Internet was fine (better than my hotel). I wonder if those who complain about the high prices sing the same song in "oh so overpriced" Starbucks? Bo's has real local coffee and is a MUCH cheaper option than international chains....
4.5 based on 301 reviews
Telephone + 63 53 325 4171<br><br>http://www.taclobanboard.com/tacloban-restaurants.php
Good food and cheap!!! A must try when in Tacloban! I particularly liked the lato (seaweed) salad. It was fresh and delicious! My friends can’t stop raving about the seafood.
4 based on 65 reviews
Telephone + 63 53 325 3823
This place has great decor, comfortable chairs and a homey feel making it great for a lazy afternoon meet ups. Coffee is ordinary, sometimes a miss but their cakes and food is fairly ok. There is a lot of room for improvement.
4 based on 46 reviews
Visited Rafael Farms when bonding with my Wife and many In-laws. The scenery is absolutely magnificent and the food matches. Seems like we drove for a while past rice fields and just rural scenery, but then, when you turn into Rafael Farms, you suddenly find a well manicured resort.
4.5 based on 22 reviews
More than a year after typhoon Haiyan came and brought devastation to Tacloban City, this restaurant has opened once again to serve its loyal and new customers. We tested a number of their offerings and the establishment remained to its humble beginnings of serving only the well thought menu cooked and/or prepared with the finest and most natural of ingredients. I should know...the cook is my wife.
4 based on 43 reviews
This restaurant is easily the best in Tacloban. The interior is trendy but reserved and the service friendly and attentive. The menu has plenty to offer. I had the Rum Ribs and the beef nachos. Both were equally delicious and my plate was cleaned. I would recommend this place to everyone.
4.5 based on 119 reviews
Dream Cafe is a smart airconditioned bistro style cafe & restaurant offering great expresso coffee, and good value Filipino and Australian meals. Dine in, eat alfresco, or take-out. Wifi is available for customers. Come and listen to professional live music or sit back and watch music video. (No karaoke). The cafe is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and afterwards, 7 days per week.
GOOD FOOD , DELIGHTFULL, ACCOMODATING, POLITE STAFF. Me and my gf have been here several times and the food is just amazing i mean like its worth your money.Thanks for your great review. Our staff and customers really appreciate it.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
Small restaurant adjacent to Sugod Bay Dive run by a husband and wife team - Alma being the chef, and Jerry the front man/waiter.
Their clients appear to be mainly foreigners visiting Padre Burgos for recreational diving.
The fried shrimp, grilled squid, singigang pork are amazing.
Being a small restaurant, not all the dishes are available - we got into a habit of asking whats good/available, and were never disappointed. Incidentally we stayed at Kuting Reef resort, but generally had lunches in Kinamot in Maasin and dinner at Moose & Squirrel.
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