Trans Manila to Tabilalan, by the beach by the side of the Rau, there is sunshine, beach, beer, barbecue, crab boat, snorkeling and deep snorkeling. The whole Arona seaport is fascinating. So beautiful.
Alona Beach next to the hotel where we stayed, there were many people, the food was general, it seemed like a home-frequent type of fried, the taste was OK, not particularly delicious, not particularly bad. The food is too slow and there is no way. The pace of life in the Philippines is like this. So the restaurant has to wait for 1 hour for food.
Trudi''s Place was recommended to us for typical filipino cuisine and it didn''t disappoint. Like most restaurants on the beach, at night they have a fresh fish stand where you can choose from the catch of the day and have it prepared to your liking.
We ate breakfast everyday for a week at Trudi''s and loved the muesli, porridge and continental breakfasts. Often ended up eating here for lunch or dinner too because the menu is so varied and provides great value for money.
Fried prawns and crabs are very delicious, seafood ingredients are very fresh, it is recommended to try, you can see the sunset, the environment is very good.
This restaurant feels very good, it is still very big, the enthusiasm of the service inside is the favorite, the waiter is very enthusiastic, gave us a lot of help. There are a lot of food in it, the crabs inside are favorite, and the color and flavor are all made.