After arriving at the island by boat from the pier, we booked directly to dive and see the route of thresher sharks. The rest of the time will go around the island. I found the white lighthouse at the northernmost place, but it’s not too interesting. The restaurant where you eat at noon every day is in the middle of the island, so the price is relatively affordable.
The restaurant environment is very good. We ordered fried pork cubes and chicken curry. After taking out the dishes, it feels like the serving size looks like the size that children eat. We are not big appetites, but the portion of this dish is really small. Later we had to go to the city center to buy some barbecue takeaways to eliminate hunger. Especially the pork cubes are just dipped in a sweet sauce and paired with some white rice...that's it. We paid around 300 pesos, but the food can only be regarded as snacks!
It took a long time for the bus to reach the pier. I didn't prepare anything, so I bought a ferry ticket and arrived at the island. The places to eat on the island are quite expensive. This restaurant in the middle of the island is considered to be more cost-effective.
This restaurant is located in the middle of the island of Malapascua. From the location point of view, it is not too far from the beach. But in the surrounding restaurants, its price is equivalent to half the price. So dining here is very cost-effective. The restaurant is not far from the supermarket, but it is better than the food in the supermarket. The sweet and sour fish here is very good.
Fengjian is casual, tastes are good, fresh ingredients.
The noodles and pork chops are super delicious, large portions, good surroundings, beautiful, and cost-effective.