Red Platter also offers cakes and pastries as desert. thanks to our friend Sue for giving as discount here plus a discount card once we come back.
at night we were treated by our friends from Coca Cola Naga Plant to Avenue Square along Magsaysay road. the name is Taste of Asia and they ordered some typical Filipino food like the Crispy Pata and a large serving of Tuna Panga.
Magsaysay road is Naga’s night hub with restaurants lining up along this road. Coffee shops and restaurants light up this side of Naga. for online addicts, almost all the restaurants here offers free Wi-Fi.
before going home, don’t forget to bring home Bicol’s favorite pasalubong, Pili nuts. now being sold in different variance like honey dipped, caramel coated or simply roasted. this ends the Naga series and thanks to Lingkod Makati, Alabang and Marikina for joining and supporting this trip.