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Published On: Thu, Nov 10th, 2011

Palm Bistro at Brgy. Cale-an, Tacurong City

A recent discovery, Palm Bistro in Tacurong City is one of the best place to dine when you’re in the city of goodwill. Great location, great food at reasonable price, my first impression is nothing but superb.

Palm Bistro’s front entrance. The cozy, relaxing ambiance captured at night in this photo.

Located in the outskirts of the city, this spacious food palace has a relaxing ambiance. The resto’s backdrop is that of  mixed mexican, antique Pinoy, wooden and modern architecture. Palm Bistro is surrounded by lush green landscape and is still being upgraded as of posting time.  There’s ample parking space for clients, since going to this place almost always entails transport vehicle.

I’ve tried only two of whats in their menu so I’m going to just talk about those two.

Nachos overload, only at Palm Bistro!

Nachos overload, only at Palm Bistro!

They have Nachos! That’s a first for me here in Tacurong City. Nachos which is probably one of my all time favorite “comfy” food, is available here in Palm Bistro. Huge salted nachos paired with various nicely prepared “dips” or sauce is definitely a must here for me.

The yummy, soft and tasty baby back ribs of Palm Bistro.

The yummy, soft and tasty baby back ribs of Palm Bistro.

Palm Bistro‘s baby back ribs is even more of a surprise for us. I devoured one whole order for myself . I’m not sure how they prepared it but all I can say is “they sure got my choosy taste right”!

Lastly, the place offers a free, fast WIFI access! How cool is that!!!

Palm Bistro surely is a pleasant eat, dine place for us. In fact, it is here where me and Joy celebrated our fourth year anniversary! For pre orders you may call this hotline(064) 2006192.

About the Author

- I’m a traveler. I work fulltime as a medical professional. I go to different places most of the time I’m off my day job. I shoot photos for fun, hack computers for even more fun and play badminton as my exercise. And yes, I’m not rich.

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