The Buzzz Cafe

Alona Beach, Panglao, Bohol

The Buzzz Cafe
4.6
4.5 Stars

17 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 11
  • 4 stars 6
  • 3 stars 0
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 19 Reviews
  • 8 Recommend
  • 17 Reviewers
Category:
Café
Business Hours
Reopens: 7:30a - 12:00a

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 7:30a - 12:00a
  • Monday
    • 7:30a - 12:00a
  • Tuesday
    • 7:30a - 12:00a
  • Wednesday
    • 7:30a - 12:00a
  • Thursday
    • 7:30a - 12:00a
  • Friday
    • 7:30a - 12:00a
  • Saturday
    • 7:30a - 12:00a

Payment Options

Cash

Most Recent Reviews

Ruby Ann G.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Margs E.
5.0 Stars

Best Ice cream in Bohol! Definitely a must try!! 100841008410084

Currently in Bohol, but I can't stop myself from sharing the Buzz cafe ice cream. 128522

I ate it when I was in Tagbilaran via Luisa Galleria and here in Alona! 128522 best flavor, Malunggay Ice cream! Combine it with Mango, the bomb! 128077128077128077

It is in a cassava cone which is not as sweet as the sugar cones and goes very well with the ice cream.

1 scoop is 50php.

If you'll come visit Bohol, try this! 128076

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Myzyl C.
5.0 Stars
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Loved their organic salad, seafood pizza, and malunggay ice cream

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Rein M.
4.0 Stars

This restaurant is owned by Bohol Bee Farm. Food is as consistently good though a bit pricier probably due to the location. The Buzzz Café is along Alona Beach where most of the restaurants and bars are found.

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Raquel d.
5.0 Stars

Great view. Seafood pizza is lovely - the tomato sauce is flavored with the seafood itself so it's more delicious.

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Angela Marie C.
5.0 Stars

The Malunggay Ice Cream was the bomb!!! 128163128163128163128163128163 OMG as in I wanna cry sa sarap! 128525 I don't really know to describe it because in reality, the vegetable itself has no powerful flavors anyway. But the ice cream was creamy, sweet and not at all weird. It tasted like ice cream you'd enjoy as a kid. 128516 If I was a kid munching on these babies, I wouldn't know they were made from veggies at all. It was absolutely delicious! And it's green! 128154128154128154128154128154 Hehe, favorite color lang. 128517

The cone made of cab cab went very well with the ice cream too! It was a bit salty but still very crunchy and it complemented well with the sweetness of the ice cream. 128077🏼128077🏼128077🏼

What completed the experience was enjoying this dessert with the view. It was just absolutely amazing! The blue waters of Panglao just below you and the sun shining just enough for you to enjoy the cold dessert was absolutely perfect! And I got to enjoy this with the love of my life, which was the cherry on top of this amazing experience!

Five stars all the way! 127775127775127775127775127775 Will definitely come back! 10084

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Beatriz L.
5.0 Stars

My friend and i ordered the Meat pizza. The cheese surprised us! Really gooey, stretchy and not salty at all. Best part was the ice cream and their unique flavors and cassava cone. During our stay in Panglao, we got to taste dragonfruit, buko, guyabano, honey, and avocado flavors.

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Maureen L.
4.0 Stars

Delicious avocado ice cream (but hoping it to be more frozen and not too soft served?) on their unique cassava cone hits the spot on a hot afternoon by the beach. Refreshing!

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Ruth D.
4.0 Stars

I love that you can just sit by the balcony, stare at the sea and breathe fresh air... Oh, but you have to order something to not get kicked out. 128513

We had pepperoni pizza and some fruit shakes and they were okay.

Their bestseller probably is their unique selection of ice cream flavors, as seen in the earlier reviews. Can you imagine malunggay-flavored ice cream? I didn't dare to try it and I had Peanut Kisses flavor instead. It was really good together with the cone that's made of cassava. 128076🏼

#ChooseBohol 9786

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Tei A.
4.0 Stars

I had their guyabano gelato. It was creamy and not too sweet. Their cone is homemade, called cab-cab and is made from cassava. Delish. 127846

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Edwin I.
5.0 Stars

A trip to Panglao for me is never complete without indulging on The Buzzz Cafe of Bohol Bee Farm's ice cream. Their unique ice cream flavors are my guilty pleasure. To a fault, I always find myself dropping by for their frozen treats morning, noon, and night.

While their Malunggay Ice Cream has been my long time favorite, I just very recently got to taste their Peanut Kisses Ice Cream. These two flavors are undoubtedly now my guilty pleasures.

The Malunggay ice cream may sound weird. But, trust me, this frozen creamy confection doesn't taste "veggie" at all. I shall not dwell on it's supposed health benefits, but I can vouch for its ice cream goodness.

The Peanut Kisses ice cream uses a Boholano cookie specialty called Peanut Kisses. Not quite like a peanut butter ice cream, the cookies are crushed and incorporated into the ice cream. The result is an addicting frozen creamy confection with bits of the crushed peanut cookies.

Nicely situated along the white beach stretch of Alona Beach, the Buzzz Cafe's cold treats are a fantastic way to cool down from the sun. Aside from the unique flavors ,what I love about their ice cream is the texture and sweetness levels. The ice cream is exquisitely creamy (to a fault of easily melting). They use their harvested organic honey from their bee farms to sweeten these frozen treats thus giving a certain addicting sweetness with a subtle caramel aftertaste. The unique local ice cream cone that they use made from cassava called "Cabcab", lends a nice crunch and doesn't overpower the flavors of the ice cream. Moreover, the cone nicely holds its crunchy texture even as the ice cream turns soft or melts. Plus the fact that they only sell these treats for Php 40 for a big scoop. While a lot of neighboring stores offer commercially branded ice cream treats, I always zone in on The Buzzz Cafe's own ice cream which comes out cheaper and better in taste.

Their ice creams can now be bought in bulk and be taken home to Manila. The cafe packs the bulk orders in styro chillers. Although they recommend that the ice cream can hold in the chillers for only half a day.

Aside from their ice cream, they also sell in-house food specialty treats excellent for home consumption or for foodies' pasalubong. I also love their affordable freshly baked muffins (the corn muffin, carrot muffin, and pumpkin seed muffin---all just Php 20 each), freshly baked Kamote Bread, Tablea (they mix their harvested honey into the chocolate tablea thus no need to add sugar when brewing these yummy, thick, chocolate beverages), Wild Honey, Malunggay Cheese Spread and Honey Cheese Spread.

A visit to the Buzzz Cafe is a "must" to foodies while staying Panglao.

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Mark P.
4.0 Stars

Cozy beautiful place - restaurant provided a really good view of the beach so one can dine heartily while enjoying the sight of the waves.

The food serving's good for two. We had the Honeyglazed chicken which came with a salad and brown rice, and Seafood Pasta. Overall, both tasted good!

Of course, we had ice cream to cap the meal.

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Rey T.
5.0 Stars

When you visit Bohol make sure you visit the Buzzz Cafe--the one in Panglao or the one in Luisa Galleria mall. Fresh ingredients prepared in an unpretentious way is what you get here.

Make sure you get the organic salad. It's so pretty and colorful you wouldn't know if you should eat it or display it on your coffetable at home. But eat it, its like eating freshness.

I have tried their four cheese pizza and it was great. The crust is, well, crusty. But ask for their all natural honey hot sauce. Just put a little on your pizza-its really hot-and feel your mouth tingle.

Try their pasta too. By the way they give you complimentary bread with mango and honey spread, yum. And cabcab with salsa-yum! Yum!

But I go to the Buzzz for the ice cream. I personally love the durian ice cream and I pair that with one scoop of chocolate ice cream-heaven. Try the malunggay and ginger ice cream too. Ask that they be served on their special cabcab ice cream cone.

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Ron T.
5.0 Stars

The food was superb and it was organic. Worth the money especially when served with their bread and spread. Eat here during 6-8pm to avail their 30% discount.

Foods are around 300 pesos per order but i think it's good for two as their servings were a lot.

Spent around 500 pesos for this meal and this was the cheapest place we ate during our stay at alona beach.

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Janua N.
5.0 Stars

My first taste of organic food and hopefully not my last.I like the ambiance (sun,sand and sea) and the food choices. We had a single small serving of organic salad with flowers in it! It looked delectable.The salad was something I'd like try again. They also gave us complimentary squash bread with pesto.
Must buy and must try again! We also had camote chips with a veggie dip.I'm not a fan of the dip.It was bland for my taste so we paired it with the salad dressing that came with the organic salad instead. The whole experience seemed like a cliff hanger. There were more dishes that we would've tried if only we had more time.

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Rach J.
5.0 Stars

Great ambiance. Great food.

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Mikko F.
5.0 Stars

Bought pasalubong for my family and friends here. Bought this lip balm ✅ also lemongrass tea✅ My sister in law bought one bag of milk soap which she likes ✅ also bought honey ✅ malunggay dip ✅ raw cabcab✅ And i like everything that i bought 128525128525128525

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Edwin I.
5.0 Stars

Colorful and tasty Organic Garden Salad with edible flower petals and fresh, vibrant , greens with Honey Mustard Dressing, Melt-in-your mouth Honey baked Ribs, fresh grilled Blue marlin Steak with lemon-butter sauce, seafood soup with the freshest catch of prawns, clams, and fish fillets in a light sinigang broth, moist and tender Roasted Herbed Chicken, yummy vegetable Lasagna. These and more for just Php 600 at The Buzzz Cafe's buffet lunch.

Our group's second visit, this time for lunch. The buffet came with free bottomless honey-lemon grass juice and ice cream.

We were first served appetizers of freshly baked Squash Bread slices with their delicious Honey spread and Malunggay spread. And Cabcab cassava tortillas topped with a delicious refreshingly tarty mix of organic chopped green tomatoes and pesto.

Their food choices were all delicious. I particularly loved their Garden Salad, Ribs, Roast Chicken, Blue Marlin, and Seafood Soup. Excellent and "healthy" with their organic red rice. Since desert of ice cream was free with the buffet package, I once again got the Malunggay Ice Cream.

We noticed though that they did not serve fresh fruits for desert. Stuffed as we were, their servers recommended that we try their halo-halo. No regrets! Their take on halo-halo was a mix of fresh fruits (watermelon, mango, banana, jackfruit, ube barquillos, topped with shaved ice , coconut milk, ice cream of our choice (yes...Malunggay Ice Cream was our choice), and grated cheddar cheese.

Our group unanimously agreed that for the price, flavors, and quality of the food, The Buzzz Cafe's buffet lunch was a winner!

Highly recommended to foodies looking for a delicious "worth-it" buffet lunch while vacationing at Alona Beach, Panglao.

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Edwin I.
5.0 Stars

Malunggay (Moringa) Ice Cream and Spicy Ginger Ice Cream on Cassava (Cabcab-- a Bohol specialty) Crisp Cones from Bohol Bee Farm's newest branch of The Buzzz Cafe at Alona Beach, Panglao. Unique and "healthy" ice cream flavors unbelievably affordable at Php 40 per huge scoop.

I have been reading about Bohol Bee Farms' (and their restaurant named The Buzzz Cafe) claim to culinary fame because of their unique organic offerings. Our group originally planned to visit the place while vacationing in Bohol. Much to our delight , we spotted The Buzzz Cafe along the beach on our first hot afternoon in the island.

The cafe has two floors. The first floor was a nice quaint air conditioned shop where they sold their specialty products---Honey, gourmet products with honey, biscuits, Bohol sweet, tablea, delicacies, medicines, elixirs, cosmetics, handicrafts. They also sold freshly baked breads, muffins, salad dressings, packed salads. The front of the shop was an ice cream bar where they sold their home made ice cream with flavors , some of which were very unique and some where common.

Notwithstanding the afternoon heat , we zoned in first on their ice cream offerings. We liked the fact that they allowed us to sample each flavor to help us make our decision. I zeroed in on trying the unique flavors. I sampled their Tomato ice cream (creamy, sweet with a tarty taste), Guyabano ice cream (tasted like a good frozen creamy Guyabano shake), and two of their best sellers-- their Malunggay Ice Cream and Spicy Ginger Ice Cream.

Their 2 best sellers won my taste buds. I loved the Malunggay Ice Cream. Unbelievably, it did not taste "green" or leafy but rather tasted like a nice sweet herb mixed in a creamy delicious frozen confection. Their Spicy Ginger was likewise absurdly good. It tasted like a creamy frozen Salabat (Ginger tea) ice cream. Spicy with the ginger flavors, made excellent mouth cooler for the afternoon heat. I loved the ice cream more served on their unique Cassava (a Bohol specialty called Cabcab) wafer cones. The CabCab cone reminded me of a thick crunchy fried Lumpia wrapper.

The Malunggay Ice Cream was so good that one of my friends who absolutely hated anything with veggies, became a fan too of this flavor.

I am guessing that they use coconut cream instead of dairy to produce such exquisite ice cream. The only downside was that the frozen treats melted easily! We all loved their ice cream that we came back for them shmuckers after dinner and again in the afternoon of the next day.

I also loved their other food specialties. Not to miss too were their yummy muffins! I loved their Pumpkin Muffins (chewy, dense, soft with toasted pumpkin seeds) and their Carrot Muffins. Again, sold at such an absurdly affordable price of just Php 10 each!128561 we ended up getting a few pieces to munch on while sunning and for eating back our hotel.

I loved the fact that the store allowed customers to sample some of their bottled gourmet spreads. I instantly fell in love with their Honey Spread (a mix of cream cheese, cheddar cheese, and honey) and their Malunggay Spread (Malunggay , cream cheese, and honey). Excellent with their freshly baked specialty breads.

Loved the gourmet spreads and specialty breads so much that I ended up buying bottles and loaves as presents for the folks , siblings and some friends. I loved it too that the "pasalubong" was packed in free native colorful bags with the Bohol Bee Farm logo. The downside, I ended having to pay the airline for excess luggage weight on my flight home.

Other stuff not to miss from the shop:

The Squash Loaf, Kamote Loaf, and Tarragon Rolls! Unique , yummy crusty breads! (I'm now concluding that Bread making in Bohol should be highlighted for foodie finds in the island. I loved the breads from the Buzzz Cafe and Saffron. Moreover, I bought sweet rolls (pan de regla and pan de mani ---similar to pan de coco with crushed peanuts) from 2 different ubiquitous panaderias along Alona Beach and they were really good and very cheap!)

Crunchy Peanut: barquillos coated in crunchy, crushed, caramel coated peanuts.

Highly recommended shop /ice cream place for foodies who chance on Alona Beach , Panglao.

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