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Restaurants in Bohol: The Buzzz Cafe

Bohol Bee Farm's Restaurant: The Buzzz Cafe

Before I left Bohol for my ocular inspection in the last week of March, I went to the Buzzz Cafe at the Bohol Bee Farm in Dauis, Panglao Island, Bohol, Philippines. Since I did not have enough time, I only went there to have lunch. 


My view while having lunch at The Buzzz Cafe in Dauis, Bohol, Philippines
My view while having lunch at The Buzzz Cafe in Dauis, Bohol, Philippines


Complimentary Items 

Organic Garden Salad with Indigenous Flower Petals 

Each entree that I ordered came along with a complimentary side dish. You can choose to have either the organic garden salad with indigenous flower petals, cassava fresh lumpia, or fruits. Mine came with 2 side dishes of organic garden salad. On hindsight, I should have had cassava fresh lumpia for the other side dish.



Squash Bread with Pesto and Mango Spread 

Squash bread with Pesto and Mango Spread was served to me. It also came with dried cabcab (dried cassava paste) with green tomato, Parmesan cheese, and vinaigrette dressing. Best thing is I did not have to pay for these items, it was on the house.

The Buzzz Cafe in Dauis, Bohol, Philippines
Squash Bread and Cabcab at The Buzzz Cafe in Dauis, Bohol, Philippines


Entrees: Prawns and Grilled Fish 

For my main dish, I ordered grilled prawns and grilled fish tangigue. Lo, to my surprise, the grilled prawns are among the biggest prawns I've seen my whole life. The grilled fish was okay but I'm guessing it wasn't as fresh as I would have wanted it to be. Bohol Bee Farm also serves pasta and pizza with local flavors.

Drinks: Bee Fi and Honeyed Fruit Veggie

I ordered two drinks to go with my meal: Bee Fi and Honeyed Fruit Veggie. Bee Fi Shake is a concoction of camote, pineapple, and mango. It's quite a filling drink. While Honeyed Fruit Veggie Shake is a cocktail of nectars and juices from different fruits and veggies such as cucumber and carrots. Other Bohol Bee Farm Specialty Drinks are lemonade fruit drink, mango banana shake, peanut butter mango shake, gingered mango shake, bee squashed shake (squash+mango+ginger), and go banana shake (banana+tsokolate). 


Floral salad, mango banana shake, honeyed fruit veggie, and bee-fi shake at The Buzzz Cafe in Dauis, Bohol, Philippines
Floral salad, mango banana shake, honeyed fruit veggie, and bee-fi shake at The Buzzz Cafe in Dauis, Bohol, Philippines



There's also a lot of local flavors and unique creations for their coffee and tea selections. They serve Kape Mais(corn coffee) at PHP 60 per cup. Their Bee Farm Frost Blends sell at PHP 150 per glass with the following flavors: bee caramel frost, honey cinnamon frost, peanut butter frost, and salabat (ginger) frost. Their tea flavors are guyabano (soursop), malunggay (horseradish), lemongrass, guava, mango, herb, and ginger. 

Location & Contacts

The Bohol Bee Farm is located in Dao, Dauis, Panglao, Bohol, Philippines. They also have branches at Alona Beach (Panglao) and Island City Mall (Tagbilaran City). This is most accessible through the Hontanosas Road. 

You may email them at vickywallace@boholbeefarm.com. They may be reached at (038)5101822, 09177101062, 09328832126, 09399046796, or 09173041491. You can also visit their website at www.boholbeefarm.com
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14 comments:

  1. I'm glad you like Bee Farm's dishes! I'm from Bohol and the Buzz Cafe is a must if you're up for eating organic. Plus, if you go to Panglao, Bee Farm not only grows its own ingredients, they also provide workshops for local residents to help them earn extra.

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    1. Nice concept of sustainable ng the community. They're quite pricey but that's OK coz it goes back to the community

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  2. Gaaahhh, the prawns look yummy! I should really visit Bohol soon! :)

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  3. I'm sure vegan people will find this place heavenly. Although I'm not vegan or vegetarian (I basically eat anything edible, hehe), I have feeling I will thoroughly enjoy my time here. Bookmarked!

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    1. I think you will have a good time here too jazz!

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  4. One of my favorite restaurants in Bohol. I always try to eat at Buzz Cafe when I go to Tagbilaran or Panglao. Excellent place. I love their ice cream as well. Buzz Cafe is also a good place to buy bread. ;)

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  5. I've tried Bohol Bee Farm before and although eating flowers at first was quirky, it was a great experience nonetheless.

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    1. It's weird at first yeah but one can get used to it

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  6. stands up, looks for food in the fridge

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  7. I love organic dishes. unfortunately I have a lot of cancelled trips to Bohol due to conflicts huhuh hopefully I could check this place.. :)

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    1. Hopefully your next trip will push through na

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