Reviews on Seafood food in Bohol Island, Visayas, Philippines. Bohol /boʊˈhoʊl/ is a 1st provincial income class island province of the Philippines located in the Central Visayas region, consisting of the island itself and 75 minor surrounding islands. Its capital is Tagbilaran. With a land area of 4,821 km (1,861 sq mi) and a coastline 261 km (162 mi) long, Bohol is the tenth largest island of the Philippines. To the west of Bohol is Cebu, to the northeast is the island of Leyte and to the south, across the Bohol Sea, is Mindanao.
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Classy, unique, food setting, nice. Spaces for eating varies. You can choose outdoor under a canopy or indoor with a special table setting. Just in time with my nephew's birthday celebration, he brought us in this nice place. Food were tasty, varied depending on the choices. Requested and booked beforehand to have an already prepared table.If you think you like to tour around, be ready with your swimming gear, you will be tempted to plunge into the sea from the flatform. It's a nice experience here. Be there too.
With its aroma you can tell the food served is delicious. And it was!This town is not crowded not even big but it has a very nice restaurant that served delicious food. Your kababayan would be so proud of your excellent representation.You made tourists happy, local or foriegn.
4 based on 33 reviews
The restaurant is located ahead of the Mitsubishi dealership and next door to the Ceres Bus parking lot.We were seated promptly for a party of 8 and were given menus along with roasted peanuts. We ordered peking duck, roasted chicken, sotanghon, pancit canton, black pepper beef, and birds nest soup with quail eggs. The soup came piping hot and warmed us up from the day's rain. The peking duck came a little sweet. The roasted chicken was drenched in sauce. The sotanghon was of good texture as with the pancit canton. The black pepper beef, which the waitress indicated that it was their specialty, was very chewy. It didn't pack the flavor I was hoping for, it was bland. We also orderd mango sago, mango shake and ube lomochi (sp?) (or was it the other "..mochi" named dessert) for dessert. The mango sago was a bit sour but the ube lomochi was wonderfully sweet, but not overwhelming. It had the consistency of mochi and had a sesame seed filling.Despite my disappointment of the food (which was highly recommened by someone in my party) the service was impeccable. Everyone was very accommodating and was eager to please. The waitresses that serviced our table were all very pleasant, and kept checking on us to make sure any requests we had was executed and satisfied.Overall, the price I paid for a party of 8 was of decent value. I did expect the food to be of more higher quality as people have raved about this restaurant. The service is superb. The service alone is why I would ever come back. The food.. well meh.. maybe I'll try again another time to see if the food improves.
3 based on 42 reviews
Crab House, as it is popularly called by the locals is a good place for training, seminars & meetings as well as a hotel to stay for travellers, specifically for big groups. I am a heritage lover, so I really enjoy conducting my trainings here. The house is old but sturdy and well maintained. The religious icons and furniture make the place more appealing. I also enjoy alone time in their swing. The resto serve very tasty food. It is well arranged and has a beautiful bar. The place also offer room accommodations for in house trainees and travellers. Their rooms are really spacious and clean. They have dormitories ideal for big group. The downside of the hotel is their lack of cabinets inside their rooms. The staff are accommodating and approachable.
4 based on 14 reviews
I'd been here prior to this but had only drunk, lovely place on the pier by the church very cheap and food is very good 6 people food and beer came to just over 1000pesos and their carrot icecream is the best I can't connect to photos for some reason this keeps happening ??????
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So much fun here . We stayed for 2 days here with my family . Its so good the food and the service. I HIGLY recommended here to the travelers to visit here u dont regret to try .Hi Rona, We are happy you and your family enjoyed. We recommend you try our Mangrove Tours on Kayak or the Day at the Farm Package at your next visit :) Most of our guests also love this experience.
4 based on 93 reviews
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After riding a scooter from Alona Beach to Chocolate Hills we decided some eats at Gerryâs would be good. Never ate at this location before but had been to locations in Manila and Palawan. Our experience was good. Fast prompt service. Clean restaurant. Food came out pretty quick and hot. I had sislag and she had a fish. Both cooked correctly and tasty. Also had garlic rice and some green vegetables. Service was top notch. Price is reasonable. A little hard to find in the mall though. 4th floor. Next to the cinema.
4 based on 39 reviews
We stayed here form several nights while in Anda to scuba dive the area. The resort offers comfortable accommodations and attentive service. The pool is very relaxing and has amazing views of the ocean. The beach is pure white sand and clear water, although probably not swimmable at low tide due to the flats. The bar and restaurant offer good food at reasonable prices. The menu isnt huge, but everything that is offered is quite good. Although the standard room furnishings might be due for an update soon, the resort really shined because of the staff.
4 based on 181 reviews
This restaurant is found inside the Island City Mall in Tagbilaran City, relatively new located at the upperground level of Island City Mall and is open from 10:00 am in the morning until 9:00pm in the evening. The restaurant consists of fine dining areas
Ate dinner with my family after this place was renovated and relocated near the Mall entrance.The entire dining experience was a blast...the food a variation with mostly Filipino foods were all tasty.We had steamed fish pompano it was delicious...the fish and chips was the children's favorite and mine was the adobong kangkong...overall experience was excellentDear zynnvarquezThank you so much for the excellent rating!We are immensely delighted to hear that you enjoyed dining in our amazingly beautiful restaurant. Our team is also committed to ensuring that we create wonderful experiences to all our valued customers through warm and genuine service, thus we appreciate you mentioning our steamed fish pompano, fish and chips and adobong kangkong as delicious and your favorite one.Nonetheless, it is very elating that you truly had an excellent dining experience at our restaurant and that you are highly recommending the food as greart at an affordable price. Thank you, once again, and we are looking forward to more opportunities of welcoming you back here in The Prawn Farm.The Management
5 based on 97 reviews
First things first - the service is very, very VERY slow so be warned! However, if you're not in a rush and have all the time in the world then the food is definitely worth waiting for! We had the calamari rings & scallops for starters and then the grilled squid and kinilaw for mains. All portions were generous (so bring an empty stomach!), very fresh, full of flavour (not salty!) and extremely delicious! The cocktails (I had amaretto sour) were also very refreshing and good. Definitely our best meal in Bohol & Cebu... highly recommend this restaurant!Dear Sh8z,Thank you very much for your feedback and your great comments on our food.I would like to apologize for the long waiting time you experienced. This was indeed due to an unexpected shortage of kitchen staff during the day of your visit and is certainly not the norm.This should not be an excuse, rather an explanation.We are training additional staff to be more flexibility for such occasions in future and hope that next time you would visit that not only the quality of your food but also the speed of service would be as it should be.Apologies again for this and thank you very much for being our guest! Best RegardsSheila HeyartzGeneral ManagerCasa Amihan
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