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September 05, 2011

KA INATO, PUERTO PRINCESA CITY, PALAWAN

 
 
Ka Inato signboard along the highway, Bgy. Tiniguiban, Puerto Princesa City, Palawan.



For those who love grilled dishes, one of the leading restaurants in Puerto Princesa City that serve nice grilled chicken is the Ka Inato Restaurant located along the northbound national highway in Bgy. Tiniguiban. It is about 4 kilometers from the city center and can be reached by public transport going to Bgy. San Jose. It has  bright and airy interiors with a resort-like ambiance, accentuated by colorful wooden sculptures executed by native palawan artisans-- a perfect setting for a grilled chicken dish.



Ka Inato's rear entrance.



Ka Inato's rear walkway adorned with colorful sculptures.



A fountain serves as a focal point.



I have been to many restaurants in the city that serve grilled chicken and, true enough, Ka Inato's version of the grilled chicken was such a delight when I went there with my family recently. But I wanted to be surprised, I wanted something different that day. So I carefully scanned their menu for something that looked unfamiliar. It was their "Sinuglaw" that caught my attention.



A walkway near the center of the restaurant.



Part of the decorations at Ka Inato, Puerto Princesa City, Palawan.



The dish was something new for me, at least. After all, I discovered that "Sinuglaw" was sinugbang baboy (grilled pork) mixed with kinilaw na isda (fish soaked in vinegar until it turned opaque and had the sensation of being cooked). Both dishes have their own individual appeal and I thought it was sort of contradictory to mix sinugba with kinilaw. Yet, I found it had a pleasant taste all its own . Needless to say, I consumed the whole thing in no time.



Ka Inato's menu card.



"Sinuglaw"


Living outside Puerto Princesa city can be a real blessing. Every trip to the city becomes an adventure, every mealtime a hunt for a dish that's something different that, occasionally, turns out to be a pleasant surprise just waiting to unfold.



For Reservations, you may call:
(048) 434-1721 and 0917-5531721/0949-6835003









   

5 comments:

  1. It seems really nice place that we can go and stay for a while. This Ka Inato is very interesting place I want to visit and feel what place can give I know we can enjoy staying here. Thanks for sharing those photos it is helping us to see the beauty of our country.

    Shiene | resorts palawan

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    1. welcome, Shiene. i'm glad to be of help to you..

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  2. Their foods looks delicious. I will see to it that I go there once I visit Palawan this December. I just hope that it is close to the palawan hotel where I am staying.

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  3. I have lived in palawan for 4 years and it is my favourite place to eat in the city. An all round pleasurable experience, great desserts too

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  4. I have lived in palawan for 4 years and it is my favourite place to eat in the city. An all round pleasurable experience, great desserts too

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