Saturday, April 14, 2018

What to Eat in Panglao Bohol

Travel Food Guide: What to Eat in Panglao Bohol.
A Food Trip Discovery with Bohol Beach Club, South Palms Resort Panglao, and Dumaluan Beach Resort, The Bamboo Hanging Bridge, and Loboc River Cruise and Floating Restaurant


A List of What to Eat in Bohol Province


This is NOT a sponsored post. All opinions are mine.







January 2017. Long overdue post about our first-time trip to Bohol province. We loved DIY tours, in fact our whole itineraries from flight and accommodations are booked thru personal efforts, a month-long research of where to stay, what to do, and what to eat in Panglao Bohol.

A 5D/4N stay in Bolod is enough time to wander Panglao Island, the rest of Tagbilaran City and nearby towns. We’ll take you to a food trip Bohol on an average budget.

Bohol Beach Club. Agotata, the in-house coffee shop of BBC, it serves Filipino and International cuisine.

Refreshments from milkshakes, juices and alcoholic drinks, a great spot where you can take a break from your water activities.
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Bohol Brew, Watermelon Shake and Vanilla Shake at Bohol Beach Club



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Bohol Brew at Bohol Beach Club  
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Strawberry Milkshake at Bohol Beach Club

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Main course for the whole stay consists of: Clam Chowder Soup, Pinakbet – Bohol version,
BBQ Platter, Skewers, Chop Suey, Kare-kare, Calamares, Green Salad, banana split and some pizza.
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BBQ Platter from Bohol Beach Club
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Skewers from Bohol Beach Club
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Chop Suey from Bohol Beach Club
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kare-kare from Bohol Beach Club 
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AppetizerL Clam Chowder from Bohol Beach Club
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Pizza from Bohol Beach Club

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Green Salad from Bohol Beach Club

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Pinakbet from Bohol Beach Club

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Calamares from Bohol Beach Club
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BBC Dessert: Banana Split from Bohol Beach Club
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We requested "Buchikik" by Yoyo Villame
This scene was so funny coz the guys serenading keeps on smirking while doing their thing :D
Don't forget to give them a tip for a song well delivered, even the foreigners enjoy the whimsical song.

Bohol Beach Club
Bo. Bolod, Island of Panglao, Philippines 6340
www.boholbeachclub.com.ph


South Palms Resort Panglao. Oceanica Seafood Restaurant offers freshly caught seafood grub. We had a la carte fares consist of:

Refreshments:
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Appetizer:
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Pita Sandwich,  Salmon Sandwich, Sausage Sandwich are served with fries and greens, and Mac Cheese and Fish.


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Mac Cheese and Fish from South Palms Resort Panglao

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Pita Sandwich from South Palms Resort Panglao

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Salmon Sandwich from South Palms Resort Panglao

Ramen was so good, you need to try 'em!
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Ramen from South Palms Resort Panglao

Take a look around the dining area
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South Palms Resort Panglao

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South Palms Resort Panglao

South Palms Resort Panglao
Brgy. Bolod, Panglao Island, 6340, Philippines
www.southpalmsresort.com


Dumaluan Beach Resort. Adjacent hotel to BBC. Always fully-booked because of reasonable accommodation. Food are not that cheap though but the taste is not that great too, except for the pizza and dessert.
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Pineapple and watermelon shake from Dumaluan Beach Resort

Apple Cobbler (dessert)
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Apple Cobbler dessert from Dumaluan Beach Resort

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pizza from Dumaluan Beach Resort

Main course from the hotel's restaurant
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Pinakbet from Dumaluan Beach Resort

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Binagoongan from Dumaluan Beach Resort

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Loki from Dumaluan Beach Resort

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Green salad from Dumaluan Beach Resort

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Pork Sinigang from Dumaluan Beach Resort

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Fruit platter from Dumaluan Beach Resort

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Chop Suey from Dumaluan Beach Resort

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Dumaluan Beach Resort beachfront
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Jack Daniels PHP60 (almost $1) at Dumaluan Beach Resort

Dumaluan Beach Resort
Panglao Island, Bohol, Philippines
www.dumaluanbeach.com


The Loboc River Cruise and Floating Restaurant. A back and forth cruise around Loboc river with lunch buffet. In the middle of the cruise there’s 10-minute stop-over while watching the locals dance the “tinikling” tourists are encouraged to join the dance while some amused themselves with local by-products for sale.
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lunch buffet at The Loboc River Cruise and Floating Restaurant 
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lunch buffet at The Loboc River Cruise and Floating Restaurant 
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lunch buffet at The Loboc River Cruise and Floating Restaurant 

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The Loboc River Cruise and Floating Restaurant

"….. served with pork barbeque, breaded chicken, fish fillet, buttered crab, ginisang monggo, kare-kare, pancit, fried dilis, seaweed ensalada, steamed vegetables, kuchinta, pica-pica, DIY vegetable salad, watermelons, bananas, and refreshments."

The Loboc River Cruise and Floating Restaurant rates:

Adult
Cruise: PHP 56.00
Lunch: PHP256.00
e-VAT: PHP 38.00
MSS: PHP100.00
PHP450.00

Senior Citizen
Cruise: PHP 56.00
Lunch: PHP194.00
e-VAT: PHP 30.00
MSS: PHP 80.00
PHP360.00

Child (4 to 8 years old)
Cruise: PHP 56.00
Lunch: PHP 98.00
MSS: PHP 21.00
PHP175.00

Child (9 to 11 years old)
Cruise: PHP 56.00
Lunch: PHP212.00
MSS: PHP 32.00
PHP300.00

Check out www.lobocboholtourism.com


Food trip in Bohol. Must try the “exotic chichaworms” these are cultured super worms feed with organic foods like fresh fruits and vegetable. As labeled from the packaging, it’s flavored with sugar, salt, and chili powder. They are said to be rich in protein. You can buy them the Bamboo Hanging bridge in Sevilla, Loboc. Other local delicacies you can bur for pasalubongs are Special Calamay with Peanut in bao from Jagna, Bohol, tableya, Boholano ube polvoron, ube jam, biko, broas or ladyfingers, otap, dried mangoes, maruya, and two of the Bohol products: the famous Peanut Kisses in wholesale price and the Hillcolate, both inspired from the Chocolate Hills.
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Exotic Chichaworms from the Bamboo Hanging Bridge in Sevilla, Loboc

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Calamai in plastic food container from the Bamboo Hanging Bridge in Sevilla, Loboc

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Calamay sa bao from the Bamboo Hanging Bridge in Sevilla, Loboc
Tagbilaran City's shopping mall.

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KFC at Island Mall in Tagbilaran City

Philippine Air Lines (PAL) in-flight snacks:
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chicken aside bun from PAL

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banana bread from PAL

There's more to explore in Panglao, Bohol particularly in Alona beach and the other nearby resorts. happy food trip!


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