Busy and I had our first lunch in Beehan Eatery during our stay in Basco Batanes. We have decided to eat here because it was just three blocks away from our hotel,Tawsen’s Place Inn. They are also the owner of the eatery.
The eatery is open 7AM to 9PM daily and they serve Filipino food.
Inside Beehan Eatery
When we get inside, we saw the cute chairs outside the actual eatery. It looks cool to eat here, however the weather during our stay was scorching hot! Our skin might be burned instantly if we stay here. Maybe at night, it will be the best time to stay here.
We could just get a picture here…. or not… haha we just immediately went inside the eatery.
The eatery is basically a large nipa hut decorated with inspirational quotes on posters. They have monoblock chairs, and wooden tables.
Menu of Beehan Eatery
Here is the menu for the day. They serve home-made Filipino Food with a very reasonable price. You have to take note that food in Batanes is a bit pricey, so eating here will save you a few bucks.
I ordered Pork Adobo and a cup of rice. It tastes like the usual Pork Adobo of every household.
Busy ordered Fishsilog, the combination of Fried Fish, Sinangag Rice, and Egg. The fish that was served to us is a Flying Fish, which is very abundant in Batanes.
Finally, we had Cornetto Ice Cream for our dessert. Even though the ice cream costs a bit higher here in Batanes than in Manila, we really have to buy one because the weather is really hot!
Happy and Busy’s Smileys
The food were okay.
It was very accessible because it was just beside the road.
The outside seating looked good, and inside seating were just okay.
Value for money
The food were affordable compared to other eatery or restaurants in Basco.
It was a self service eatery, but I gave it a 5 because our food were given immediately.
The comfort room was clean but has a manual flushing system.
Batanes Travel Guide and 5-day Itinerary at://www.karciinsaat.com/batanes-travel-guide-and-itinerary-for-5-days/