It was over the top experience as Zee lifestyle returns to the majestic Bohol after one year since we applauded our Bohol Break event. This time, we take a look of Bohol’s fair share of amazing food. We take a look at some of the best island has to offer, from restaurants with unique offerings to hotel outlets that offer sumptuous comfort food.
Bohol Bee Farm
Bohol Bee Farm has since conquered Cebu, yet nothing beats dining where it all began. The restaurant gives a delicious culinary experience that focuses on organic ingredients promoting a healthy alternative lifestyle.
- Dao, Dauis, Panglao
- 6338 5101822
10:31 by Chef M
Chef M has been making mark for herself with her baked goods. Her 10:31 restaurant is all about comfort food with homemade twists from family recipes.
- Parras Ext., Tagbilaran City
Undoubtedly Bohol’s kept secret, Old Heiderlberg is a rustic and romantic restaurant set in the hills. The place uses the old-world charm of Philippine history as a backdrop for mouthwatering east-meets-west dishes.
- The Peacock Garden, Upper Laya, Baclayon
The Asian Bistro at The Food Hall, BE Grand Resort Bohol
BE Grand Resort launches newest additions to their menu that completely transform the gastronomic experience, once one set foot in this resort seamlessly tucked in the beautiful island of Panglao in Bohol.
Redefining the directions of their restaurants, The Food Hall and Bridge Bar, media guests were up on manic Monday afternoon as we take a culinary journey of familiar cuisine close to our hearts. And no matter how many restaurants open up around town we always find ourselves going back to the familiar taste of comfort foods.
The new dishes on their menu have given a new platform whereby one is able to sample authentic and contemporary comfort foods—from Asian favorites to familiar Western Cuisine.
The innovative additional dishes was spearheaded by the resort’s Executive Chef Mike and Sous Chef Clifford, both have wit serve an array of bevy of traditional dishes with twists.
Here’s what in store at BE Grand Bohol’s newest dishes on their menu:
For appetizers: King Prawn with Chili-Mango Salsa
Local king prawns wrapped in in crispy wonton and topped with herbed spices filled with chili-mango salsa.
This dish, particularly, is a vibrant mix of garden greens and fresh mango cubes, shredded and shrimp with roasted sesame in Japanese-mayo dressing.
Taking a huge twist on a famous Chinese ngohiong, BE Bohol gives it with marinated pork slathered in five spice, wrapped with bean curd sheets, deep-fried to crispy perfection and served with house-made ngohiong sauce.
Crispy chicken wings in three variant flavors—blue cheese, barbecue and creamy mustard sauce
For soup: Chicken Binakol
Ginger-sauteed chicken stewed in fresh coconut water, coconut meat, and lemongrass with papaya and native chili leaves
For main course: Paella Cubana
BE Grand’s version of the well-loved Spanish delicacy—Spanish rice dish, cooked with assorted seafood and chicken, topped with black ang green olives in garlic oil
Sauteed squid, shrimp and crab in peanut butter and topped with vegetable garden, with Chef’s homemade shrimp paste on the side.
Beef tenderloin strips stir-friend with garlic, ginger, kutchay leaves, sesame seeds, egg and chili-bean paste.
Their take on an Italian pasta comes in arrabbiata sauce made from garlic, tomatoes, and dried red chili peppers cooked in olive oil
For dessert: BE Grand Halo-halo
As the name suggest, it is ultimately the grandest of all halo-halo. A Filipino favorite, one can customize his own halo-halo. Hefty scoop of your choice of ice cream flavor with assorted preserved fruits, topped with caramel and ube jam.
- Barangay Danao, Panglao Island Bohol
- 6338 412 9000