[PUERTO PRINCESA] ▬ FIRST TIME TO SEE (AND EAT) CHAO LONG
[PUERTO PRINCESA] ▬ GRACE CHAO LONG MENU
ILOCOSand A B R A
. Uh! I sipped the first spoonful of soup and it was deliciously unfamiliar. It tasted like a sweet tomato paste mixed with other spices then served hot.
The noodle strands also look and taste so unfamiliar to me. I can not figure out what it was made of.
[PUERTO PRINCESA] ▬ WEIRD ADD-ONS FOR MY ILOCANO TONGUE
[PUERTO PRINCESA] ▬ THE NOODLES TASTE UNFAMILIAR. DEYMN! BAGNET-LOVING TONGUE, YOU NEED TO LEARN MORE FOOD AND GROW UP! LICK MORE FOOD!
According to him, Palawan used to be a home to many Vietnamese refugees (well, I was aware of that but I didn't know the Vietnamese left some legacy on food here).
He told me that most of the chaolongan[s]—a place to eat chao long or where chao long is served—in city were put up by the Vietnamese people then inherited by the Filipinos. Now, Filipinos in Palawan can cook Chao Long! ▬ end
[PUERTO PRINCESA] ▬ GRACE CHAO LONG ALONG BURGOS STREET
 The information posted on this article is based on a first-hand personal experience. The descriptions and my reviews may vary from your experience.
 All maps I used on this post are the works of Eugene Alvin Villar and Mike Gonzalez published on Wikipedia. Source: 1 | 2 |
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