Noki Nocs Savory House

Rizal Ave. cor. Fernandez St., Puerto Princesa, Palawan

Noki Nocs Savory House
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12 Reviewers

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Phone
+63487232500

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Most Recent Reviews

Jayson J.
5.0 Stars
2

Here at noki nocs they serve the best halo-halo! Better than or more likely comparable--worthy opponent--to razons' of guagua.

Their halo halo got cassava, banana, langka, red beans, corn flakes, ice cream (optional) and pinipig. This just cost me 85Php. I really love it! The moment i ate the ice part masarap na; may lasa na. The milk is incorporated sa ice like as a texture between a smoothie and soft serve ice cream.

Should be called noki nocs of puerto prinsesa since it's the one and only branch. Owned by "con" that explains why it's called noki nocs. Only downside is they close 830pm. No wifi and a common CR near the pastry display

We just tried the halo halo here. IMHO this is the best halo halo.

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Darlene M.
4.0 Stars
4

Been hearing about Nokinocs for quite some time in the travel community because of their Halo-Halo. I'm not a big fan of halo-halo but I was definitely intrigued enough to try it.

After shopping for pasalubong in Puerto Princesa, we headed to Nokinocs before catching our flight back to Manila. You have to queue up to the counter where there's also a display of food so you can order ahead while queueing up. I ordered one stick of barbecue for Php 35. While my friend ordered a baked Mac. We were both surprised that one serving of Php50 was only one sauce dish full!

The halo-halo can be ordered when you're already in the cashier. The cashier informed me that there's a 30mins waiting time for the halo halo because there were too many orders. Reluctantly I agreed since we have time to spare anyway.

The BBQ was good enough while the baked Mac certainly wasn't worth the Php50. The halo halo came before the 30mins was up. After a scoop of the ice with the ice cream, I literally moaned in brain freeze ecstacy.

The ice was so damn smooth and the ice cream was rich, thick and even smoother as hell. I don't like my halo halo to have so many ingredients so this is perfect for me. There's sweetened banana, red monggo beans, and a couple other ingredients I failed to recognize. The addition of the cornflakes certainly made the difference. It offered a different texture and the crunch was definitely a good surprise to every scoop.

Suffice to say that I finished the whole tall glass. One halo halo serving is priced at 75/85. Depending if you order with ice cream or not.

The price was definitely worth it!

I also ordered a French bread sandwich but still haven't been able to eat it. Lol.

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Dominique Martel S.
5.0 Stars

now I know why they love this.. totoong babalikan..

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Chili G.
4.0 Stars

After the long van ride back to PP, we were planning to have somewhere before heading to the airport. The airport is right in the middle of PP so it's easy to go to. Supposed to go to kinabuch's but they don't open till 4 and it was only 3. So we crossed over to noki nocs. Have read about this place too so we went ahead.
When you enter, you'll see a carinderia type setting where you can pick your ulam etc. we skipped that and looked at their menu. We got the chaolong (php80), French bread which is like banh mi (php70) and I tried the tinapa cream pasta (php70). Since their most famous item is the halo2, we got that too.
Disregard the place and the lackluster staff cos the food was delicious! Grabe! The tinapa cream pasta can beat any top rated pasta here in the metro hands down, it's tinapa mixed with cream and cheese served with spaghetti noodles. Now on my must eat list when in PP. hubby loved his soup too! It's like pho but a bit bolder. The French bread was ok, it had pork, cucumber and tomatoes. I liked the bread itself kahit Wala ng laman haha!
Oh and the halo2! Quite similar to razon's smooth ice but with more ingredients and ice cream on top too (php85). Great last meal in Palawan!

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Jairus d.
4.0 Stars

Visited the place before our flight to Manila. I was supposed to check the restos in Robinson's Palawan when my eye caught Noki Noc's tarp showing their halo halo. "Babalik ka sa Sarap" it said. I also noticed a lot of people dining so I was convinced to try the food.

I ordered Caldereta and Fish lumpia. Both were okay. The halo-halo thou.. 127848 is awesome! The added ingredients are sweet potato, banana, corn flakes, red beans, leche flan and jackfruit. I would have loved it more if it had ube and nata de coco. Just like the previous reviews, I can't help but compare their version to Razons'. Probably because of how they shave the ice.

Judging by the look and taste, the ice they use was already a mix of water and milk. Because of this I had to wait for the halo halo to sit for a few minutes to get the creaminess I wanted. I'm now at the airport and I wonder if they serve extra milk?

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Rosey D.
4.0 Stars

Best halo-halo and palabok in Pinas! Their halo-halo is like the finely iced of Razon's but theirs has banana, cereals and beans with leche flan and ice cream on top. Palabok is really good and di tinipid sa sauce. Yummy talaga and value for your money.
Place can be crowded especially during lunch and dinner time. Staff are helpful and kind.

All the Palaweños recommended this place. A must try when you are in Puerto Princesa.

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Just H O.
5.0 Stars

I love their basil-fragrant Chaolong noodles with egg and their finely crushed ice halo-halo!

I always put this (and Kalui) in our itenerary list when we are in Puerto Princesa. 128525

This is like a fast-food / cafeteria, where they are also serving regular Filipino dishes like BBQ, adobo, menudo, etc... Also serving burgers, spaghetti, fried chicken, beef mami, batchoy, bihon guisado, lomi, pancit palabok, baked pasta, sundae, classic pizza... whew!

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Janna J.
4.0 Stars

It's so pretty hot today!!! Day like this makes me wanna go to Palawan and eat Noki Noc's Halo Halo. I've tried it twice -- first in summer 2012 and the second one last June 2013. Forget Razon's or Chowking! The rich creamy flavored ice in this dessert is the finest I've ever had in halo halo eating history. The ice texture is so indescribable and to-die for! While the mixture of the other ingredients are perfect from cornflakes, sweet mongo beans, banana saba, leche flan, bits of langka, kamote cubes and vanilla ice cream.

-1 for me because of their slow service but it's worth the long wait for sure. Definitely a must-try!

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April H.
3.0 Stars

Palawan is waaaaay hot and humid, so we went looking for a place that sells halo-halo on our second afternoon there...

We were led to Noki Noc's as per suggestion of my cousins' friend.... They offer burgers, batchoy and spaghetti... But I chose the halo-halo, hoping that it might help me cool down... The rest of my family also tried the halo-halo, and some ordered the palabok and the batchoy...

The halo-halo was ok; the ice has the same texture as Razon's, but something was missing.... I didn't taste the batchoy, but the palabok was pretty good! It can rival Red Ribbon's version, which is awesome for me! Considering that this is in the province, it's kinda expensive... The halo-halo costs about P85! Parang Manila prices.... But if ever you are in the area, their palabok is a good bet... 128516

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Seph S.
4.0 Stars

Chaolong with egg

And i think it's good! Fragrant and sweet vietnamese noodle, Vietnamese cuisine is everywhere here in Puerto P

Halo halo

Great match for any meal! A must try... Finely shaved ice topped with leche flan and vanilla ice cream :)

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Yina M.
4.0 Stars

This place serves the best halo-halo in the region. I'd say the Philippines!! Beats Razon's halo-halo because the ice is so smooth that it goes down the throat easy.

We'd had such a full day of eating that we swore not to eat dinner an settle for a light snack. But when food is in your face, there is no light snacking to an undisciplined foodie.
We walked the 2 kms back to the hotel. 128515

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Yvette M.
3.0 Stars

After our underground river tour and pasalubong shopping at 908, this where we ate merienda. The tour guide and driver recommended this place because of their halo-halo. It was just the perfect merienda because it was a hot day and they say Noki Nocs' halo-halo is one of the best, so we had check it out. The halo-halo's priced a little under Php 100. Topped with leche flan, the ice is powdered (finer than that of Razon's), that is why it doesn't melt right away. It took while before I got to mix it and got to the bottom where the sahog (red beans, cornflakes, banana, sweet potato) is. Taste-wise, I still prefer Razon's, but this is still worth a try if you're in PPS. :)

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