Monday, March 3, 2014

Alona’s Abuzz with The Buzz: Part Two

The wide open spaces allows the sea breeze to flow in and let the diners have an unobstructed view of the inviting waters of Alona Beach



 





Massive doses of Vitamin D stream in and succeed in lighting up the entire place and making it warm and inviting by day. 

The service crew assured me that the entire place turns cozy and romantic when dusk settles in




The fascinating cuisine that is mainly organic offers Mother Nature’s bounty from innovative and creative bestsellers to healthy options 

We ordered honey glazed chicken, grilled fish and spareribs. Tinolang manok along with slices of camote bread served as appetizers. 





 


A pitcher of lemon grass washed down every bit down to the tiniest morsel
 


The Buzz Café offers more than just healthy options. They also offer pure indulgence to sate one’s cravings for sweets.

In my case, a double scoop of homemade chocolate ice cream did the trick

I’m definitely coming back for more!


By the way, we met some Lebanese tourists who told us how amazed they were with Bohol. 


We had our photos with them and Your Blogger was extremely delighted when they asked for the link to  this blogspot


Seated: L-R: Nadine Hilal, Farah Rifai & Camelia Baki

With Abdul Wallace, one of the proprietors of the family- owned chain of Buzz Cafes 
The Buzz Café is open from7:30 a.m.  to 12 midnight and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. It is located right smack in the middle of Alona Beach, Panglao, Bohol 




Photo Credits:


Roger Gatal’s Images

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