Masbate is an exceptional travel getaway because of its unspoiled natural beauty, rich cultural heritage, and exciting adventures. Dubbed as the “Rodeo Capital of the Philippines” for its annual Rodeo Festival and “Manta Ray Capital of the Country” for its breathtaking Manta Bowl, Masbate is truly a paradise of adventure of beauty.
Masbate, aside from its rolling green hills, untouched islands, and beautiful sandbars, also has to offer when it comes to their cuisine. Which is why if you travel to this island, you might as well venture into a tour of its local delicacies and home-based eat places. So check out these interesting spots to satisfy your thirst and hunger.
Ham’s Cup is the go-to place of everyone in Masbate. May it be youngsters, elders, families, barkadas, lovers, and even the soloistas—they love this place because of its cool ambiance and budget friendly menu.
Located along Ibanez Street, Ham’s Cup offers burgers, pasta, stuffed bread, coffee, ice-blended drinks and shakes, finger foods, and many more. They have fast and free wifi too.
Bigg’s Diner is located in Gaisano City Center. It is an American type diner which offers pasta, burgers, shakes, cakes, and other quick eats. The cool American ambiance offers a usual hip and cool dining experience.
Tio Jose Café and Bar
Tio Jose Café and Bar is located along Quezon Street near Rosero Street. This place offers an authentic tapa of Masbate. They also offer various silog meals, sandwiches, sizzling dishes, dried noodles, and other short order meals and appetizers.
Captain’s Pizza is a perfect place to chill up white waiting for your ferry ride. It is located along Port Road, right outside the main gate of Masbate Port. Aside from pizza, they also offer pasta, potato wedges, chips, Starbuck’s bottled coffee, shakes, and other beverages.
So, what are you waiting for? If you happen to visit the city, check these places out now!
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