Bohol Culinary Adventures: 10 Gastronomical Treats for You!
Belle Piccio | Aug 05, 2015
Here's a list of what to eat in Bohol. Let’s start with the refreshing drinks:
1. Hot Chocolate
Start your day drinking a Bol-anon’s hot bittersweet chocolate. It is made with locally sourced cacao from Jagna, Bohol. Jagna is known for producing the best tablea in the country.
2. Peanut Kisses Shake
If you want something cold, try the peanut kisses shake. It is a perfect drink for a hot and humid day.
Now, with some veggies…
3. Steamed Vegetables
If you’re calorie conscious, you can have steamed vegetables with a dash of sesame.
4. Ceasar Salad
Ceasar salad will do the trick if you can’t get enough of the steamed vegetables.
For our lunch suggestions…
5. Lengua Estofado
Slowly cooked and perfectly seasoned, you must try this fork tender ox tongue.
6. Chorizo de Bohol
One of the best ways to savor the flavors of Bohol is to try Boholano's version of chorizo. Chorizo de Bohol is somewhat related to the well known chorizo de Cebu. It is a little bit sweet and with a hint of garlic. Best paired with fried rice and egg!
7. Spring Rolls
If you want some variety of flavor, Goi Coun or Vietnamese spring rolls is also good!
8. Cottage Pie
If you got a big appetite, try the cottage pie.
The picture says it all! Yum!
10. Fresh Fruits
And of course, fresh fruits! Have some peaches, lychee and watermelon.
Now who says you can’t have good food in Bohol?
READ: 10 Must Do’s in Bohol
This list is just a suggestion of the food that you might want to try in the province of Bohol. If you have your personal list of favorites that you tasted in Bohol, send it to us and we’ll include it in our list!
(Thank you to Enrico Dee of Byahilo.com for the photos and sharing the great food of Bohol.)
How to Get There
From Manila, you can fly to Tagbilaran (estimated cost of Php4200++, round trip, 1 hour 15 minutes).