Subic Bay is an accessible vacation place. It can be reached within less than two hours of land travel from the Philippines capital, Manila. Yet, it offers a wide array of adventures for every kind of exploring tourists.
Food lovers, for example, will enjoy a high time in Subic Bay restaurants. There are lots of grills, bars, cafes, and whatnots that builds up Subic Bay restaurants. They certainly offer a number of choices that will satisfy all kinds of cravings.
Seafood By the Bay Restaurant – As with any other seaside places, seafood is a major feature in Subic Bay food fare. This fabulous restaurant at the Moonbay Marina will give you a good impression of what to expect from other Subic Bay restaurants. Filipino and Chinese favorites like Halabos na Hipon and Sashimi are among the top choices. [http://www.seafoodbythebay.com/; Block 1 Lot 5, Waterfront Rd., Moonbay Marina, Subic Bay; (6347) 252 8199, (6347) 252 1584, (639)17 881 4366]
A Tavola Italian Restaurant & Bar – Italian cuisine is best enjoyed in this amazing restaurant. Pizzas, pastas, and salads are made of the finest ingredients spiced with fresh herbs. The wide array of pizza flavors are most visited at A Tavola, however. The authentic taste of Italy is best showcased with the thin crust pizzas that are all mouthwatering. And oh, don’t forget the bread served before every meal. They make good starter especially with the olive oil dip. [Argonaut Highway, Royal Duty-Free Shopping Center, Subic Bay; (6347) 252 6556]
Xtremely Xpresso Cafe/Restaurant – Dining healthy is always welcome for individuals who are mindful of their wellbeing. Eating healthy is best done in this cool nice place that provides a casual and warm ambience that’s great for nice conversations. It serves pizza that is loaded with healthy ingredients that make for a good munch. The cakes and pastries are also must-tries. [Lot 1 Parcel 18, Dewey Ave, Subic Bay; (6347) 252 3681]
The Magic Lagoon – If Filipino food is what you crave for, The Magic Lagoon is the perfect place to be in. It serves a hefty line of Filipino dishes made of seafood and meat and vegetable. What’s more, the store is open 24 hours a day. It is always open to serve the food cravings of almost every kind of diner. Their fried rice and Steamed Alimango are a good pair, especially if the meal is finished off with a sweet serving of leche flan or milk custard. [Bicentennial Park, Rizal Highway, Subic Bay (6347) 252 1475]