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Kermit Siargao Is A Surf Resort & Restaurant Offering Authentic Italian Food & Island Vibes

Visit Kermit Siargao for good food and lodging

Suppose you ever visit Siargao in the south of the Philippines; you have to drop by Kermit Siargao for authentic Italian dishes, especially their raved-about brick oven pizza.

Aside from the excellent food, Kermit also provides accommodations that include a complimentary breakfast. Staying at the resort is the best way for you to sample their dishes and high-quality coffee.

Authentic Italian cuisine in Siargao

oven-brick pizza
Kermit Siargao’s pizza margherita

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Unlike the usual Filipino-style pizza and pasta you get at other restaurants, the dishes at Kermit Siargao stick true to their origin; that’s why even the brick oven they use is from Italy.

Kermit Siargao - pizza making
Kermit Siargao’s pizza-making

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Since it opened in 2011, the famous surf resort and restaurant have made sure they use high-quality ingredients imported from Italy mixed with fresh, organic local produce from the island.

Kermit Siargao - pizza making
Tagliatelle al tartufata

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As a result, locals and tourists alike swear by their best-selling pizza margherita (P260, ~USD5.06), focaccia (flatbread) (P240, ~USD4.67), and tagliatelle al tartufata (pasta in truffle sauce and parma ham) (P380, ~USD7.39).

Laid-back accommodations

Kermit in General Luna
Outdoor area at Kermit Surf Resort
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The surf camp embodies the surfer lifestyle in every aspect of the place, from the nipa hut-style structures to the food and friendly people. You’ll definitely feel that it’s a place to meet people, unwind, and enjoy the ocean.

Kermit surf camp deluxe room
Kermit deluxe room
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You can choose from various rooms to chill in after your surfing sessions or island hopping tours. They have air-conditioned bungalows ranging from P2,000 (~USD38.91) to P2,400 (~USD46.69) a night for two people.

Those who are travelling on a budget can choose to stay in their shared fan rooms for backpackers that start at P950 (~USD18.48).

Surf resort and restaurant in Siargao

Being cooped up at home due to the pandemic was difficult for many people, so it’s refreshing that we can finally travel again to all the beautiful islands of the Philippines and sample the fantastic food selections they offer.

That’s why you shouldn’t miss out on experiencing the beauty of the island and the surfer lifestyle at Kermit Siargao’s surf resort and restaurant.

Address: Purok 5, General Luna, Siargao Island Philippines
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*Note: Typhoon Odette struck Siargao Island last December 2021, affecting thousands of locals, including businesses like Kermit. We politely request that you double-check all reservations with the establishment before heading to the island. 

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Cover image adapted from: Kermit Surf Resort & Restaurant Siargao