The restaurant is located inside Bee Farm resort.
Its an open air, rustic, and homey-feeling type of restaurant, with native Filipino type of architecture. What i like about the restaurant is that you could see the ocean at one side and the greenery at the other side. And dining open air, you feel the calmness of the surroundings, and the fresh air (which is a big plus for a city girl like me).
Favorite Dish: The menu is somewhat pricey with the price range as PHP150-200 per order.
If ever you want to try something really different that you could tell your friends back home, order the SPICY FLOWER SALAD at PHP160. Where else can you brag about eating a salad with flowers in it.
Spicy Flower Salad:
Made with very thin slivers of chicken, assorted ground nuts with flower petal topped with stir fried onion. Dressing: Mixture of chilis, ginger, calamansi juice, fish sauce and honey.
However... the food is not that filing.
A friend of mind who ordered 4 dishes was unable to quenched his hunger and have to buy some food outside the resort.
For the unique taste and experience, it has high marks. But then if you're eating to fill up your hunger, better look up other restaurants in the island.
this is my 1st time to have a lunch on a floating restaurant, means you can eat while the place is place above a big boat crusing on a river. this matches of a reggae band that cotemporates the old school beats of the 70's.
crusing every an hour, and when it reaches the certain park called the ATI TRIBE, you can see a lot of indigenous people showcasing their talents to all the tourist. there's this also a very huge crab replica very advisable for photo-ops.
Favorite Dish: fish fillet, barbeque pork, and adobong kangkong.
Focused on serving healthy organic food.
Not crowded...tables placed with respect to a diner's personal space.
Note: there were cats roaming and I hate cats so be warned.
Buffet on Demand. Cook to Order from their Menu. Order the seafood soup, organic salad, halo-halo ice cream, sweet potato bread with mango butter. Very cheap compared to other buffet.
Favorite Dish: Grilled Prawns with Red rice PHP380 (U$1=PHP46).
Grilled Squid with organic salad PHP260 (U$1=PHP46).
If you stay in Nuts Huts, you have not much choice at night but to eat in the restaurant. The food is okie but tourist price of course. A plate of fried noodle or friend rice costs 60P and rice with a proper dish (e.g. sweet sour chicken rice) costs 150P.
Favorite Dish: Well I like the coconut juice the most (30P a glass) , it is called 'Buko' in tagalog. But of course you can get young coconut all over philippines from prices of 5P - 13P in the market.
BeeFarm also has a restaurant in the ICM or Island City Mall. Good stuff. I had a very nice buckwheat-y pancake and a couple of eggs. Not fast, but good. Get your coffee next door, tho
Favorite Dish: I told you.
Get the honey, of course.
Food is good and price is unreasonably cheap. However I never really got to find out what the name means, although "KEG" suggests its a pub. When we were there, there was this wasted white guy. Initially he was sleeping on the chair. After my first beer, he was flat on the floor. After my pizza, he had his legs up on a chair.......so yeah, its a pub alright.
Favorite Dish: The pizza is good. A 9-inch, 8 slice pizza for only a hundred pesos. I thought it's gonna be one of those cheap pizzas with a very thin layer of toppings. I was proven wrong and it was actually excellent. Other food on the menu was also cheap. We ate pizza, two plates of pancit (local noodle) which the waitress said was good for one but we reckon each plate is good for 3 people, and 4 beers for only 395 pesos. Unbelievable.
Upon realizing that we had some time to kill before heading to the airport on our last day, we opted to spend it at the Island City Mall in Tagbilaran. B & I both saw it at the same time - the sign for The Buzz Cafe of the Bohol Bee Farm. Yay!! I was going to have my honey and my chance to sample their food after all. The cafe is a sunny and charming country farmhouse style affair where you can also buy the farm's products such as honey, of course, home-baked bread, spreads, pure honeybee pollen, bee propolis, and their famous muffins (loved the corn and pumpkin the best but the cheese and carrot were great too). For merienda (afternoon snack), I ordered the kamote (sweet potato) fries with latik (caramel-like coconut milk sauce). It was delicious! I paired this with their signature corn coffee specially-brewed from roasted corn.
Favorite Dish: The muffins, sweet potato (kamote) fries with latik and the honey products.
After walking the 200+ steps towards the highest peak of chocolate hills, you will definitely go hungry. Having a buffet lunch will satisfy your stomach. In Loboc river, they have the Floating restaurant where the is really good! The ambience is so serene and relaxing.
Favorite Dish: Green mango with shrimp paste! Yummy!
It's not your typical restaurant, it's just a booth with a grille and juice-makers. You'll get a free public cottage for-rent when you order any of the food on offer.
Favorite Dish: Grilled fish and squid and lychee shake.
If you want fresh seafoods, ask your tour guide (Kuya Rod is the best! You may text him at 0918-5914969) to take you to this restaurant. This is not part of the tour but since Kuya Rod sensed that we love food very much, he took us to this place for dinner. This restaurant has a swimming pool where you can swim while waiting for your food to arrive. You will choose among the variety of fresh seafoods and tell them how you want it cooked. you can have it grilled or sauteed or with soup. It's your choice! They have a bar and have a long list of beverages. Jazz pianist is playing in the background while you enjoy your meal. Perfect way to end your day!
Our tour guide, the best tour guide in Bohol, Kuya Rod, took us to this local favorite restaurant. We had their special ati-atihan chicken for just 55 pesos! we also ordered their sisig. The chicken is what you call sinugba or grilled. The chicken was juicy and very tasty. the place is not airconditioned but it was comfortable and it was clean. The waiters are all very nice.
We were supposed to go to MR restaurant, since we haven’t taken our lunch from Manila, but the van driver and tour guide told us its expensive there and that place was not as popular as before which was due to mismanagement, the food is not as good like the old times and the price has increased a lot!
And he was right! We left Sinugba ni Abdul not just with full stomach but with satisfying experience after taking our lunch there, we even came back for dinner on our second day after the countryside tour, since our dinner at Trudis on the first day was disappointing….
On our first day we ordered, 10 rice, kinilaw, sizzling tanigue, sizzling squid, sinigang na baboy, 5chicken sinugba, 1pork sinugba, 2fresk buko juice in shell, 5viva mineral water, 1coke and our bill........around P748! So cheap less than a hundred per person! We we’re group of 8 then.
Favorite Dish: Sizzling Tanigue
We checked-in at Isis Bungalow but we never tried their food except for the free breakfast until our last day since we’re running out of time so we pre-ordered our food. Then we realized we should have not underestimated this restaurant for it really serves good tasting food and the price is right for the serving!
We are seven in a group, we ordered seafood karekare, beef caldereta, pork asado, steamed lapu-lapu in oyster sauce, crab and corn soup, 2 coke in can and 2plates of rice, it only costs us P1104, we’re all full when we left the resto we almost not finished the food because of the big serving considering four of us were boys.
Among the restaurants we've been (Trudis, Mahayahay Pizza Restaurant) this is the only one which serves free water!
Favorite Dish: seafoods are fresh
pork asado really tastes good!
This is not your ordinary lunch. You get to eat in style while enjoying cruise in the postcard perfect setting of the Loboc river.
It is a buffet lunch cost Php 260. But well worth it. The food was great! Hehe, it passed my taste! Bout 5 different kinds of menu. There were fish and pork and lots of fresh fruits for dessert.
You will be serenaded by their wonderful in house singer. He was very good in combining songs. The timing in change or shift of his songs was very good! He sang song from the time of dad up to the not so recent songs that age group of 20++ can enjoy. hehe...
I particularly enjoy watching the other floating restaurants passing by while we were cruising the river. Everybody would wave with one another like they really know each other. Its a great feeling to just loosen up and enjoy nature.....
Favorite Dish: I love the lechon kawali!
We found this place during our second dinner. Upon exploring the road near Alona Beach, we came across this place. They are your ordinary chicken grill stand. Much like andoks but with no name. \
Cost for a whole chicken is Php 130-140. Size of chicken is good for 2-3 persons. Very tasty The provided "sawsawan" was a mixture of soysauce and vinegar.
Favorite Dish: Chicken!
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Bolod, Panglao Island, , Bohol, Philippines
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