Palmeras Restaurant

Sta. Maria Rd., Zamboanga City, Zamboanga Sibugay

Palmeras Restaurant
4.8
5.0 Stars

4 Reviewers

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  • 5 Reviews
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  • 4 Reviewers
Category:
Filipino

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Most Recent Reviews

Luisa E.
5.0 Stars

It's been so long since I was last back in Palmeras that I told my family I wanted to have dinner there. I was so surprised at how good the food was, and how much I've missed reliable, comfortable, hearty meals. I've forgotten why it was my Aunt's favorite.

I went to Palmeras for dinner twice during my Christmas visit, and both times it was pretty good. Even when I ordered from their foreign menu, a Tom Yang soup, it was pretty good. Not quite as authentic, but I liked it. The only food I was disappointed with was their Japanese food. It was good, but the servings were far too small.

The biggest set back is the fact that it's always full. You need to call and make a reservation if you wanna eat here because even when it was a normal Thursday, long after the Christmas/New Year rush, the place was still packed.

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Cess Q.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Erica C.
5.0 Stars

This is where the famous KNICKER BUCKER was created! (Photo above) PALMERAS in Zamboanga City! :)
It's a dessert composed of an assortment of fresh fruits like watermelon,mango and banana with gelatin, cream, and topped with STRAWBERRY ICECREAM! Best when served cold and when fruits are also cold. :)
I always have this whenever I visit my hometown. :3 128076Actually it's easy to make but it still feels special when you have it in the restaurant. Haha :)

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Abegail H.
5.0 Stars

simply amazing. creamy chill of jello goodness. please bring this to MANILA!

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Abegail H.
3.0 Stars

forgot to take a picture again, sorry. last friday we just had an order of their lengua. a unique one for me cause this one has a tomato base sauce in it instead of the usual cream base. delicious, but the sauce is kind of over powering the lengua. locales told me this one is one of the top dishes among their best. though am attached to the traditional cream based lengua, i still like the flavor and lengua itself is tender. then just earlier i found out that they are serving the cream-based too, and that would be next ob my list :)

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