Until now, I can still distinctly remember the delicious baguette from my Vietnam-Cambodia travel. So when I hear that Puerto Princesa also have "hole-in-the-wall" restaurants run by Vietnamese-Filipino nationals, my Palawan trip cannot end without having a good fill of Vietnamese noodles and baguette. One that is quite near to the place we stayed is Bona's Chaolong. It is a "carenderia" style restaurant that is neatly tucked in the middle of the city's residential area. The baguette cannot be at par from the authentic one in Vietnam, but it is not that bad either. To get there, just hire a motor cab and tell "manong" driver to take you to Manalo Street.
Many say Palawan can be conquered at least in 3 individual trips: Puerto Princesa, El Nido, and Coron. After my Puerto Princesa trip, I think Puerto Princesa and El Nido can be hit in one travel for 5 days.
Don't forget to get yourself some cashew nuts. Yum at affordable prices.
Bay Walk at night