Stop by the snack shack for a hot dog or two, after an epic Island hopping session. Sausages on complimentary fresh grilled bread and home-made sauces.
You can found our awesome hotdogs along the Rizal Avenue, Puerto Princesa, 5300 Palawan, Philippines and we are open 24/7 (see map bottom of this page).
We serve freshly lava-grilled hotdogs on order.
That is quaranteed that we can maintain good quality of our hotdogs all the time, food will be prepared while you waiting.
We have affordable prices and we are very good option, if you don’t want go inside of restaurant and wanted to have fast delicious snack or meal along the street.
Our goal is to maintain and serve good food quality, cleanliness, and friendly customer service. – Reefhotdogs
Province of Palawan is a an island, located in the region of Mimaropa between South China Sea and Sulu Sea. Famous travel destanation called often “Philippines last frontier”.
If you look at overall value included food, peoples friendliness, crystal clear water, white sand beaches, spectacular views and multiple activities.
“The most beautiful place I ever explored” - Jacques Cousteau
Hundres of species of fishes, coral, reefs, crustacean and nudibranche makes marine life extremely rich and varied. Snorkeling and diving are very popular activities here.
Palawan tour operators arrange island hoppings in to the popular islands and snorkeling sites different locations in Palawan. Tours are arranged with trained, qualified boatmans and guides. This is one way to explore these stunning archipelagos.
Taiwan and some Chinese cities has direct filights to Puerto Princesa at the moment of writing this article.
Food for other locations can be found malls and side streets.
Street food like hotdogs, barbeque sticks, balut and variety of other snacks can be mainly found along Rizal Avenue and Baywalk. Restaurants mainly offer local Philippines cuisine, Asian cuisine or Western cuisine dishes.
“Street food like hot dogs, barbeque sticks, balut and variety of other snacks can be mainly found along Rizal Avenue and Baywalk”