Restaurant Hopping in Subic Bay

Our Subic Bay Weekend Trip courtesy of Subic Homes is filled with activities that required us to move from one place to another. From ziplines to obstacle course to tiger safari, six bloggers will most probably need some food to keep ‘em moving!!

While in Subic, we dined at the following restaurants: Aristocrats Restaurant, Sumo Sam and Seafood Island. Yes, I know they’re popular food chains, but these establishments aren’t popular for nothing.

Grilled Chicken BBQ at The Aristocrat Restaurant Subic (Photo by Ada)
Grilled Chicken BBQ at The Aristocrat Restaurant Subic (Photo by Ada)

When we arrived from Manila, we went straight to The Aristocrat Restaurant. It is a food establishment famous for their chickenbarbeque meals although for years, I’ve been a fan of their bulalo meals. For lunch, we ate Chicken Barbeque, Pancit Canton, Pinakbet, Crispy Pata and desserts from Fruits in Ice Cream

Satisfy your Sushi cravings at Sumo Sam Harbor Point! (Photo by Dan)
Satisfy your Sushi cravings at Sumo Sam Harbor Point! (Photo by Dan)

Japan Japan for Dinner! The group went to Sumo Sam – Harbor Point Subic. It’s my second time in the establishment and once again, our tummies were filled with Japanese food like Sushi, Maki, Ramen among others.

Dagupan (Pangasinan) Boodle at Seafood Island - Harbor Point (Photo by Christian)
Dagupan (Pangasinan) Boodle at Seafood Island – Harbor Point (Photo by Christian)

Seafood Island is another restaurant, where we are required to ride on a boat just to reach this destination. Haha I’m just kidding. This restaurant is popular for their boodle meals and as fate will dictate it, the Dagupan (Pangasinan) boodle was served in our table. There’s the Bonuan Boneless Bangus, Barbeque, Veggie viands and many more. We also ordered Chicharong Bulaklak, Bagnet and Pork Sisig.

That sums up our gastronomic adventures in Subic Bay! When in Subic, check out The Aristocrat Restaurant (located just outside Harbor Point), Sumo Sam and Seafood Island in Harbor Point. Chow, Ciao!

Photo Credits: Ada, Christian and Dan

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