Friday, March 11, 2016

When in Roxas City, EAT!

In my last visit to Roxas City, my companions and I were on a roll for sumptuous meals in the place dubbed as the seafood capital of the country.

A trip to Roxas City won't be complete without dining at any of the food stalls that line the shore in Baybay. The place has improved since my last visit to the city, with more concrete structures instead of nipa huts.

Ready to be grilled!

Grilled catfish

Grilled squid

Seaweed salad

Shrimp kinilaw

Sinigang swimming in sour broth

Grilled pork

Diwal or Angel Wings

We also couldn't miss Nesta's halo-halo especially after a hot morning walking around the city. We also tried their noodle soup which was good.

A local suggested that we try having lunch by the Libotong River. Reminder, you must have your own transportation or arrange with a tricycle driver for a pick-up because this place is in the middle of nowhere in Sitio Lawis in Baybay. Some of the items on their menu were not available so we had to content with whatever they could serve us. It was hot and humid day, service was slow, and the dishes were nothing out of the ordinary.

Bamboo bridge to the floating restaurant

Squid Adobo


Grilled fish

Pork barbecue

There were other restaurants suggested by the locals but since it was crunch time for us, we never got to try them. Hopefully in the next visit.

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