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Mist in Panglao, Bohol: Enjoy Seafood Dishes & Cocktails In Tropical Forest-Like Interiors

Mist in Panglao, Bohol


If you’re traveling to the Visayas, Bohol is a place you should consider. The island province has unique attractions such as the famed Chocolate Hills, Hinagdanan Cave, and tarsiers.

For a place to dine in Bohol that’s like an attraction in itself, go to Mist in Panglao. Besides serving great food and drinks, the restaurant is also popular for its tropical forest-like interiors.


Tropical forest-like interior


Mist Bohol - interior 1
One of the seating areas.
Image credit: @mist_bohol

Mist is located in a 3-story modern nipa hut structure. Inside, the restaurant has tropical forest-like interiors, filled with plants and decked in wooden furniture.

There are several seating areas, each worthy of a spot on your Instagram feed.

Mist Bohol - interior 2
Net lounge.
Image credit: @arruhh

You’ll also find unique spots at the restaurant such as an outdoor dining area with swing seats, a net lounge that’s perfect for drinking, and an indoor wooden slide.


Seafood offerings


Mist Bohol - fresh oysters
Oysters.

Image credit: @mist_bohol

Since it’s an island province, tourists should grab the opportunity to enjoy seafood in Bohol.

Mist occasionally has freshly shucked oysters for P499 (~USD9.43). If you’re not into raw seafood, you can also enjoy their deep-fried mud crab drenched in flavorful black pepper sauce (P999, ~USD18.88).

Ocean Treasure set.
Image credit: Abiel Jay Paksaran

To try different seafood dishes, you can get one of Mist’s set menus. The Ocean Treasure set (P745, ~USD14.08) includes cucumber crab salad, king prawn thermidor (boiled prawn with rich wine sauce), and fried and steamed pompano.

Those who want to enjoy both seafood and pork can also opt for their Surf and Turf set. This has stuffed crab, stuffed squid, garlic shrimp, pork ribs, and salmon sashimi topped with caviar.


Tropical cocktails and drinks


Mist Bohol - Passiocolada Passiocolada.
Image credit: @mist_bohol

Diners also go to Mist for their drinks. The restaurant serves different refreshing, fruity cocktails daily.

A new addition to their cocktail menu that you should try is the Passiocolada (P229, ~USD4.33) – vodka and rum with passion fruit and coconut milk.

For some caffeine, the restaurant serves a fruity, espresso-based frappe. Malibu Coconut Vanilla (P235, ~USD4.44) is espresso with coconut syrup topped with whipped cream and a mini bottle of Malibu rum.

If you want neither alcohol nor caffeine, you can also get one of their fruit-flavored smoothies.


Walk-ins only



Mist’s 3-story structure at night.

Image credit: @vaneeti

To give people equal chances at dining in the restaurant, reservations aren’t allowed at Mist. And because it’s a popular food spot in Bohol, the queue is often long and can take up to 2 hours.

So if you want to dine at Mist and enjoy its aesthetics, make sure to line up earlier than the time you want to have your meal or drinks.


Tropical-themed restaurant in Bohol


Like other popular places in the Visayas such as Coron, El Nido, Boracay, and Cebu, Bohol also has a wide range of attractions to offer tourists.

Among them is the restaurant Mist, with its great food, unique drinks, and aesthetic, forest-like interiors.

Address: Molly Resort, Danao, Panglao, Bohol
Opening hours:
10.30am-10pm, Daily
Telephone:
0995 069 2557
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Cover image adapted from: @vaneeti and @mist_bohol