Palamis Resto Grill
Our travel package at Pangasinan doesn’t include dinner.. so we usually eat out by then.
We had our last dinner at Pangasinan at Palamis Resto Grill. It’s like a place for drinking.. coz there’s a karaoke machine, lots of alcohol and food are mostly “pulutan” or food that you eat along with drinking.
I didn’t appreciate the food but I’m sure my colleagues did coz there was no leftover
Here are what we ordered:
- Sinigang na Hipon (Php100)
This like a homecooked sinigang. Lots of sabaw with vegetables and shrimps.
- Pigar-pigar (Php100)
I have to ask what this is because of the name… I don’t know what pigar is… but according to them, this is just beef fried. Nothing special, good pulutan.
- Fried Chicken 1/2 (Php130)
- Spicy Chicken Wings (Php130)
this is indeed very spicy. I think it’s just the same chicken but with spicy sauce.
- Fish Fillet (Php80)
- Chopsuey with Quail Eggs (Php80)
- Plain Rice (Php10)
- Sizzling Sisig (Php100)
Not the type of sisig I want because it’s not well done. From the looks and taste of it, seems like the traditional Filipino sisig.
Overall, I think I wouldn’t choose this restaurant for a full meal. But I think this is a good place to hangout if you like drinking at the same time singing.
For the Karaoke, we are asked to pay Php5 per song. Pretty cheap but since we’re a party of 12, the guests from other tables was just waiting for us to finish. So we decided to go back to the hotel early and just continue chatting/drinking there.
We didn’t discover any good places to eat in Pangasinan coz we ate mostly fastfood (Jollibee, McDo, Chowking). So this is the only restaurant that is locally Pangasinan.