Your suggestions: Eating out in Port Moresby

Welcome,

Food is clearly a topic close to the hearts of of our readers! Last week’s story by expat blogger Rebecca on eating out in Port Moresby created a lot of discussion on social media.

Dessert at Airways. Credit: Airways Hotel

Dessert at Airways. Credit: Airways Hotel

Responding to Rebecca’s article, here are some of eating suggestions from Business Advantage PNG readers on LinkedIn:

‘Seoul House-Korean Restaurant. Hubert Murray Hwy 5-Mile Ph 325-2231’

‘Pizza at the Airways poolside’ [Look for ‘flat breads’ on the menu—Ed.]

‘Asia Aromas without doubt!!!!’

‘Lamana ………….awesome curries and Indian food .. leave before the music starts’

‘Ela Beach’

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PNG’s Facebookers were not to be left out either:

‘Duffy for coffee and snacks
Magi Seafood for Chinese
The Woks for Malaysian
Holiday Inn for Breakfast Buffet
Airways for Deserts & Cheese Platters
Foodstation for Lunch’

‘Shady rest best indian … best lobster is at konadobu resort’

‘Gateway for Indian food.’

‘Bon Cafe … best place for light lunch. Money’s worth.’

‘Yacht Club’

Our favourite was this evocative suggestion for the more adventurous diner:

‘Under the Marmar trees at Konedobu where they serve great sausages, lamflaps, biku, and kaukau’

Bon appétit!

 

 

 

 

 

Comments

  1. Stephen says:

    Hogs Double Boss Burger for a weekend brunch treat at Hogsbreath Vision City. 🙂

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