Subic Zambales Philippines Restaurants
You will find many traditional Filipino, Asian, Korean, American and other ethnic restaurants in Subic Bay. Some are local secretes while others are famously known. We will attempt to enlighten you on this page of the old and new food establishments that grace the Subic Freeport with their presence.
Perhaps you are in the mood for steamed crab in garlic sauce, grilled lobster in lemon butter or salt and pepper shrimp accompanied by a view of the boardwalk and waterfront at Seafood By the Bay.
Or, if you are looking for maximum protein infusion by way of BBQ Texas style pork ribs or USDA beef steak at Texas Joe's Rib House, your belly will remember your Subic Bay trip to the fullest.
Many additional choices are on the table while in Subic such as classic omelets, crepes, pancakes and other breakfast fare, giant pizzas, various specialty pastas, healthy soups and salads, and large sandwiches along with their famous espresso coffee at Xtremely Xpresso Cafe on Dewey Avenue at the corner of Sta. Rita Street.
Of course the always popular choice of Japanese and Korean food is a favorite at Tong Kyung Am Restaurant along Waterfront Road at the Bayside Hotel.
If you haven't tried Coco Lime along Rizal Highway across from Times Square Cinemas, then you've simply been missing out on some of the greatest authentic Asian/Filipino food all the locals know about at a great price such as beef ampalaya, Asian beef ribs, kare kare, crispy fried tilapia, creamy chicken curry and much more.