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Fresh Palaweño Cuisine at Puerto

We were at Fun Ranch last May 19, 2012 to give our little boy time to play and roam around. When it was time for lunch, hubby took us to Tiendesitas Food Village because we’ve never eaten there before. We chose to try Puerto, a food joint that offers fresh Palaweño cuisine. The dishes there are cooked to order, that is, they cook them only when the dishes are ordered.


We didn’t know what to order, so we settled for their set meals good for 4 persons, which is priced at Php795.00.


Fisherman’s Soup

We all liked this! This Fisherman’s Soup was so creamy and tasty, and it had generous servings of seafood.


Nilagub na Manok

This was delicious, too! It actually reminded me of Capricciosa’s Grilled Chicken with Rosemary.


Nilagub na Tanigue

Hubby and I loved this! The tanigue steak was soft, succulent and savory, and it’s quite big, too!


Nilagub na Pusit

At first bite, we knew the squid was fresh, but this Nilagub na Pusit needed a little bit of seasoning. It tasted bland to us.


Nilagub na Sugpo

We liked Nilagub na Sugpo the least because it didn’t look and taste grilled, which was what we expected.

Next time we visit this place, we’d like to try their Garlic Prawns, Garlic Tenderloin Tips and Sweet Chili Squid.

Puerto
F36 Food Village
Tiendesitas Frontera Verde
C5 corner Ortigas Avenue, Pasig City
Telephone Nos.: 0917-5501819; 0921-7629173


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7 Responses

  1. the tanigue and sugpu look succulent! i don’t remember eating in this particular stall in Tiendesitas–i usually go to the Davao stall for their tuna panga.:p

  2. I love eating in Tiendesitas because of the variety of food choices, though looking for a parking space is really hard. Nilagub na Manok looks really good! What does nilagub mean by the way?

    Visiting via Food Friday!

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