Mugnet Cafe

Grande Vista Hotel, Malvar St., Puerto Princesa, Palawan

Mugnet Cafe
3.5
3.5 Stars

2 Reviewers

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  • 2 Reviews
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  • 2 Reviewers
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Café

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Most Recent Reviews

Jazz J.
3.0 Stars

We only had less than an hour to eat so we ate here since it's just beside the hotel. We ordered breaded fish, lechon kawali, spring rolls, sisig and garlic shrimps. The fish and lechon kawali were dry while the sisig was too saucy. The spring roll was just alright while the garlic shrimps were good and very tasty! Their food is reasonably priced. Service was alright. No smiles though.

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April H.
4.0 Stars

Sobrang uso ang board games ngayon, noh?! I've encountered several establishments which let the patrons enjoy board games, either while they wait or as the main event...128522 cute lang, I like it!128077 I like board games in particular, since it really lets people interact... Some of my funniest memories on our family trips involved game bloopers!128522 since we took a plane to Palawan, no one wanted to lug around board games... So we brought cards, sans the poker set... This would be a different story had it been a road trip!128540

Anyway, we spent two (out of three) nights at this cafe/bar... We borrowed some their games, but we preferred playing cards in the end... The place served both alcohol and coffee, pulutan and dessert-- I loved the schizophrenic menu! It catered to many people in different moods... The food was okay in general. As for the drinks, I only tried their Irish coffee, which was like a stronger version of the toffee nut latte... The servers were knowledgable about the menu and very nice as well... They even have bands on weekends! 128077 the place is pretty small though, so it may be difficult to seat a big group...128516

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