The Last Supper at The Panorama Restaurant, Panglao

8 May

This was our last supper at the Panorama Restaurant in Panglao. As consistent as always, the chef prepared a delicious dinner. Since we had eaten there a lot, some of us chose a dish that we already had before. As a side dish we chose the now familiar salad. This time a salad consisting out of lettuce, fried shrimps, pineapple and if I’m correct, with some ginger. A fresh and also somewhat innovative salad.

Above is once again the suckling pig called lechon. Crispy on the outside, soft on the inside. Served with rice and a, I guess, sweet and sour sauce. This really was a good dish because they made that pig crispy and tender. No wonder it is a local specialty.

Somebody already craved for some Western food as you can see! A simple, but good, burger with fries. Since the fries were a little blackened, the restaurant later came with a new (and larger) portion of fries.

This was a dish that we hadn’t tried before. It was a (pork?) stew made with coconut milk, and it was a tad spicy. Very, very good. A dish I should have tried earlier and much more often.

And lastly one of us had the stuffed squid again.

Sadly, I had to leave The Panorama Restaurant behind, but I knew a lot of good food was still on my path so I left with a stomach full of good food, a lot of new experiences from Panglao and Bohol and very high hopes for the rest of my culinary travels.


2 Responses to “The Last Supper at The Panorama Restaurant, Panglao”

  1. Lia C. May 9, 2012 at 17:25 #

    yum! and i love the star-shaped serving dish.

    • dudewhatsmyfood May 16, 2012 at 09:35 #

      Haha yeah, they were always very consistent in serving the salads in those dishes.

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