We arrived at Sabang around 9AM via Lexus Shuttle Service and we were hungry!!!
The 50 Peso Dingy Diner
My brother and I planned that on this trip we would try to do things as cheap as possible, so we first looked for cheap breakfast. We checked out a couple of diners but the cheapest they can offer is a 89 Peso meal which is actually really off our budget.
We decided to walk westward, away from the lodgings and try our luck there. After passing by the port, asking some locals and passing by small souvenir shops we arrived at a dingy diner which serves 40 Peso dishes and an additional of 10 Peso rice.
I ordered nilagang baka and my brother ordered chicken adobo. For 50 pesos each we had our fill that morning.
The Tribal Lunch
After checking out some lodging at the west side of Sabang and visiting their waterfalls, we were thirsty and hungry again!!! We decided to try another diner and clumsily decided not to buy water since we were already looking for lunch.
Unfortunately, almost all the diners near Sabang Port are only service Eat-All-You-Can food for 200 Pesos. That’s way beyond our budget. We decided to keep on walking until we find cheap food.