Restaurant Dao,Dauis,Panglao Island,6339 Bohol, Philippin Published on: 13-11-2015
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Why Bohol Bee Farm Restaurant is special ?
Bohol Bee Farm is a privately owned resort and hotel but it is best known for two things — their restaurant and their organic farm. At Bohol Bee Farm Restaurant, they create the best dining experience for guests and family. This gem of a farm offers an alternative lifestyle, an experience of interesting smorgasbord of organic delights. The freshest of ingredients are combined to produce a sumptuous food never seen in the market. A healthy option, indeed! This is certainly a place apart: not only is it a wonderful relaxing place for visitors, it also tries to contribute to the local community and the environment.
Must try dishes:
Squash Bread with Honey with Cheese/Pesto/Mango spread
Vegetarian Chips (Php 160 or USD 3.4)
Cabcab with Pesto and Green Tomatoes (Php 120 or USD 2.6)
Fresh Tomato with Arugula salad (Php 380 or USD 8.1)
Fresh Herb Pasta (Php 190 or USD 4.1)
Seafood Pasta with Coconut Milk (Php 280 or USD 6.0)
Vegetarian Pizza (Php 280 or USD 6.0)
Steamed Crabs with Garlic (Php 380 or USD 8.1)
Honey Glazed Chicken (Php 160 or USD 3.4)
How to get to Bohol Bee Farm Restaurant?
If you’re on a packaged tour or staying at a resort on Panglao Island, you can simply ask your driver to stop at Bohol Bee Farm for lunch on the way. If not, you may take a tricycle or habal-habal from the airport and the cost is P200 roundtrip. You can also ask Bohol Bee Farm to pick you up for free at the airport.
- One of the best restos in Bohol
- Good Food, Nice Business, Exceptional View
- Organic market + magnificent view in a place
- Perfect ambiance, reasonably priced foods
- Superb salads and ice cream
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Medium
- Alcohol NO
- Air condition NO
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card NO
- Serve breakfast NO
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian YES
Dao,Dauis,Panglao Island,6339 Bohol, Philippin
Tips for you
This 17 year old complex is about seven kilometres from Alona Beach with the restaurant cliffside overlooking the sea. On the day I visited, it was cloudy but on a fine day, the sandy bottom a few metres from the cliffs would look great. Small stonefish were active in the water and loved being fed scraps. My lunch commenced with a P90 banana and mango shake with the waitress bringing complimentary hot bread including herb butter and another condiment. The coconut half shell full of fruit (mainly watermelon, mango and coconut with rather bitter apple, all cut into small pieces) was delicious and filling. Table water was provided. I also went down 35 steps to sea level where there is a lovely wooden deck. Wearing reef shoes is recommended if swimming as there are sea urchins. My bill came to a reasonable P363 plus P50 for an excellent single scoop of malanggay icecream served in a cassava cone. This was a new flavour for me and one I will keep in mind for the future. All up a very pleasant lunch served efficiently by friendly staff. Good to see organic ingredients being used. I did not do the bee farm tour.
Went out of my way and tried something organic. Loved my food presentation and also we had a great sunset view to where we were sitting. Had a great experience. Thank you Bohol Bee Farm!