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Port Café has never been an uknown dining experience since I was on my last year in high school. Aside from the fresh air on its veranda along with the relaxing seats, the restaurant also offers cheap foods, such as buy-one-take-one shakes and mild appetizers like, moise cakes. The "port" interior design would really catch your attention while you can relax and groove with the catchy tunes of the restaurant's jazz music.

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After an hour of a stressful walk, the group decided to take on the shakes as the appetite starters then off to the main order: Spaghetti for 69 pesos. The thought of planning a late lunch was put to test, looking back at their Port Meals Menu, I decided to add Garlic Chicken for only 60 pesos in my list, along with its stunnig gravy dip and the iced tea. While waiting for our queue, we decided to order something sweet and sour, so we go for the Calamares, fried and breaded squid and it's just something hard to resist especially the dip.

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After a dose of milk shakes, grilled pork chop, and ice tea spilling all over the places, we decided to rest for a while, letting those calories shake off a bit, and headed for a photo-op session. All these camwhores are exhausted from eating out the whole bunch of food galore.

So, If you're a traveller, and was blown here in Gensan, try one of the city's tastebuds, surely you'll be hook to it's good service and good foods. This is just one of many delicious food experience here in Gensan. Try it!


  1. Marites on January 3, 2009 at 11:31 PM

    we also have Port Cafe in GAisano Mall, Davao City. Lami bitaw sila ug food :) btw, thanks for visiting my blog:)

  2. Gel on January 4, 2009 at 3:12 AM

    Too bad GenSan's sooo far away from Manila. I'm a Manila girl kasi hahaha oh well :P Maybe in the near future kung mapadpad man ako diyan, i'll check that out ;) Thanks for sharing!

  3. bertN on January 4, 2009 at 3:47 PM

    I used to be sent on field assignment in Mindanao and one of the places I went to is General Santos when it was still called Dadiangas and the province of Cotabato was still undivided. I am sure it was long before you were born and General Santos, the soldier, was probably just a private in the army then LOL.

    I see from your blog that the place has undergone astronomical changes. I look forward to revisiting the place one of these days.

  4. selee on January 5, 2009 at 2:33 AM

    happy new yir!
    just buzzing around!
    have a great yir ahed!

  5. Ayel on January 7, 2009 at 1:16 AM

    Lagi kame dito kc mura lang at ang laki pa ng serving size nila. Love the place.

  6. gheltac on January 7, 2009 at 5:34 AM


  7. katleya on January 9, 2009 at 12:14 AM

    natuwa ako dun sa food.. may halo pang kettle corn! :D hehehe!

  8. Tanchi on January 9, 2009 at 2:51 AM

    katleya: haha..oo...ewan ko kasi, kung ano-ano na lang kinakain namin..haha..thanks!

  9. arls on January 9, 2009 at 10:04 AM

    ang galing ng cans! kakabilib! :)

    eto naman ang aking lahok:

    happy weekend ka LP!


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