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Port Barton surprised us with a variety of foods unlike we have seen anywhere in the Philippines so far. One such restaurant was Barton Bike. We tried the avocado salad, ratatouille, squash with coconut milk and some kind of potatoes with garlic and cheese oven...More
Very happy to find interesting food and drink in deepest Palawan. The range and quality of mainly French tapas is impressive. You can get french pastis , so infinitely better than filipino "anisado". The fruit juices are watery and poor however. Bread is served in...More
Me and my girlfriend stopped by one rainy night in december and had a very pleasant visit.
We chit chatted with the two french owners while ordering some wine, deli-ciabatta and some appetizers to share.
While waiting we went thru the range of souvenirs and...More
Very friendly French people but the goods they are selling is very bad quality. I bought 6 bracelets and none of those are still fine once you wear it. Too bad. 40 Pesos each.. For nothing!More
Thank Antoine E
Cedric G, Propriétaire at Barton Bike, responded to this reviewResponded 12 November 2016
I'm very disappointed that your bracelets are not fine. Customer's satisfaction is our goal. We have already removed those bracelets from sale to avoid same trouble but, please, can you send us pictures of your 6 bracelets in order for us to explain...More
This shop is full of local handicraft and souvenirs. It is very nicely decorated and the owner can tell you the story of all the things for sale. You can find affordable souvenirs and easy to carry in your backpack.
I also rent a scooter...More