cruising along the loboc river is popular as while you are on a 1 hour cruise along this clean and green river filled with lush mangroves and palms, you will have a sumptious buffet spread of local boholano cuisine and filipino dishes and a couple of international foods as well, all laid in the middle of the big wooden rafts at chafing carts and savoring the food while seeing the sights and the cultural dances along the way.
price of a loboc cruise with buffet lunch and dinner costs 450 pesos per person and is available from 10:00 am t0 9:00 pm daily.
Favorite Dish: assorted filipino and international foods at the buffet table and free flowing drinks (alcoholic beverages are not included, you need to pay extra).
Aside from the restaurants located along the main road of Loboc, there are also restaurants on a bigger boat and they are called the floating restaurant. The food is the same as the one served at Loboc Riverside Restaurant. For those who want to have lunch during the cruise, enjoying both the food and the scenery, I encourage you to do so.
For those who does fancy the floating restaurant, a good option is the Loboc Riverside Restaurant. Coming from Loay, it is located before the town proper, on the left side. The restaurant is a small pavillion from native materials. The tables and chairs are made of bamboo.
It serves ala carte dishes but better take the P250 buffet or eat-all-you-can.
Favorite Dish: Their grilled tanigue is quite tasty.