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Full Moon Restaurant

Small La Laguna Beach
Puerto Galera, Philippines
Phone: +63 917 795-5592

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Overview of Full Moon Restaurant

Fine dining becomes a great treat to any visitor to Puerto Galera's tranquil and secluded beaches. This is, of course, courtesy of some of the top of the line restaurants you'll find in the area. One of the best dining options you'll have when you're in Small La Laguna Beach is the highly rated Full Moon Restaurant.

The Full Moon Restaurant serves a wide variety of dishes, which makes it quite versatile. Their chef has studied the cuisine of various countries and such expertise is expressed very well in the dishes you'll sample. Those who dine will rarely forget the scrumptious meals they sampled. Another plus for this restaurant is that the cost of each meal is relatively cheaper.

The combination of spices mixed with sprinkling tastes of lemongrass make their Thai food come alive. Fresh seafood cooked Chinese style are also special treats for those who would want to stick to something more Asian. A must try in the Full Moon Restaurant is the spicy seafood hotpot. However, if you're a bit of an uncompromising stake person then your taste buds won't be disappointed with the rump stake cooked Australian style. If you're just looking for something quite casual then you can simply just go for their burgers.

Evenings also come alive in the Full Moon Restaurant where movies are screened on most nights. The bar, being well stocked, easily becomes popular among those who hang out in Small La Laguna Beach. Dealing with the food prices in this restaurant won't be that tough. The meal prices here average around P300 or even less, which is really reasonable considering the great food and service.

The Full Moon Restaurant is beautifully situated right by the sea, which is a bit of al fresco dining with a tropical twist. There is a boat channel right in front of the place, which makes it ideal for divers. It won't be unusual to find skin divers entering the water from there to get to a couple of wreck sites nearby.

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