The Bicol Region, also known simply as Bicol, (Central Bicolano: Rehiyon nin Bikol/Kabikolan; Rinconada Bicol: Rehiyon ka Bikol; Filipino: Kabikulan; Spanish: Bicolandia) is a region of the Philippines, designated as Region V. Bicol comprises six provinces, four on the Bicol Peninsula mainland (the southeastern end of Luzon) – Albay, Camarines Norte, Camarines Sur, and Sorsogon – and the offshore island provinces of Catanduanes and Masbate.
Things to do in Bicol Region
4 based on 294 reviews
Ok.. im supposed to give it 5 stars for the food and ambiance. But.. the place is too cramped. Always full and too cramped makes me lower the stars. But.. logic dictates.. popular places with good food are almost always full. So... just be warned and dont expect too much when it comes to spaciousness... just go for the food and you will be fine.hahaha
4 based on 43 reviews
Good food and good ambiance. Ordered the baby squids although it comes in a small serving but it's worth it except itll tease you to crave for more. Great appetizer! Ordered a heavy meal and loved it. Would love to try out everything else!
4 based on 277 reviews
You really have to try the pinangat, tinapa rice and tinutong na bigas and ginataang monggo ice cream!!!!
4 based on 162 reviews
Yes indeed pwede naman! Their best seller is the crispy pata apparently and it doesn’t disappoint! Also shouldn’t be missed are the laing, bicol express , and of coursebthe marlin fare — marlin sinigang and of course grilled marlin! Definitely should not be missed!
4 based on 60 reviews
Delight in the home comfort and goodness of Geewan’s sumptuous array of dishes. A certified must-go place for a taste of authentic Bicolano and Pinoy-favorite dishes.
Quick, clean chain restaurant that serves typical Bicolano dishes. The Bicol Express was good - not as spicy as I wanted it, Pinangat was good, bulolo was average and the fresh lumpia was the star of the show.
4 based on 119 reviews
An all-ocassion semi-fine dining restaurant that offers the best Asian and Western dishes, luscious desserts and the widest array of aromatic coffee selections. It’s the best place to celebrate gatherings and occasions with the important people in our lives.
This resto was so close to our hotel and it was recommended by the reception so we decided to try. We were not disappointed. All the dishes that we ordered, laing, kare-kare, etc., it was really good but what we really love were the cookies that you can buy to take home. The cake that I try (the red velvet) was a bit dry though.
This is a must try when you are in the area.
4 based on 43 reviews
Different hot and cold coffee concoctions available in varying sizes. Cakes, breads and cookies are also there to accompany your favorite drink. The place is spacious enough (2 levels), and has several tables al fresco. A good place to sit and relax while enjoying your favorite brew when in Legazpi City.
4.5 based on 211 reviews
Must go to place when in Donsol! The freshest and tastiest seafood you will ever have! What you are eating was probably swimming in the ocean early that morning. The lady that owns this place has such a passion for her food and makes you feel so welcome. We had a great dinner and night here. Was a great atmosphere!
4.5 based on 56 reviews
Balay Cena Una is a family restaurant specializing in regional Bicolano cuisine. At Balay Cena Una you will enjoy wonderful dishes such as Lumpiang Tinapa, Lumpiang Kandinga, Fresh Ubod, and our specialty, Chicken Tinutungan, and much more! So come over to Daraga where the Balay Cena Una family will provide you with great food and great service in one of the oldest restored houses in Albay. Your Balay in Albay, an experience like no other.
From ginulay na pili, ginulay and ginataang santol to 'balaw gift' everything was SUPERBLY delectable. Balay Cena Una's way of cooking is tasted through it's traditional Bicolano ingredients. They made these special dishes in an indigenous food waves perfect for your palette. Super Siram!Mabalos po! We hope to welcome you and your family back to Balay Cena Una soon!
4 based on 135 reviews
The name "Sibid-SIbid" refers to an outrigger canoe that is used in fishing villages. Since their debut in 2009 Sibid-Sibid Food Park has become a favorite among locals and tourists who visit Legazpi City. Apart from an amazing menu filled with healthy seafood dishes, the restaurant is also known for its unique fishing village architecture and ambiance, notable hospitality, and amazing food at reasonable prices.
My family dined here after hours of visiting attractions in Albay. This was recommended by our locale tour guide Christian Gray. Yes, you read it right. His name is really similar that of the ever-drooling 50 shades character. He is a guide at Bicol Adventure ATV and he surely knows all the amazing attractions in Albay. Anyway, back to Sibid-Sibid. We didn't know if we were just too hungry from a day's tour or that their food is just that great but for me, everything we ordered was great. Their tinutungang manok was way beyond what we eat at 1st Colonnial. Their tinolang manok was so tasty. Their pinangat, even the mixed veggie salad, which is only steamed, really tasted very good. Even the adobong kangkong, the tastiest one I've ever tasted. Their sizzling mixed seafoods, equally delicious. Everything was delicious. We really had no leftovers. Everything we ordered exceeded our expectations to the highest.
This resto is a must visit in Albay and if we ever go back again, I will surely eat here not only once.
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