CAMIGUIN (PIA)–Trips to nature in Camiguin are now made more enjoyable as food businesses bloom to match the breathtaking views of the province, such as the mouthwatering dishes from Isla 9100.
Noting the great need of tourists and locals to feed their appetites while and after enjoying the different activities on the island, Isla 9100 opened, June 25, 2022, to offer delectable Filipino cuisine.
The owners, Melanie Sabacajan and Sean Sabacajan, wanted to highlight the island province, hence the name Isla, and 9100 is the zip code of Mambajao town.
“Primary nga target customers are local and foreign tourists alike. We wanted it to be purely Filipino nga restaurant nga even the foreigners could enjoy being on the island, nga mas they will have a holistic experience of the Filipino dishes,” Melanie said.
(The primary target customers are local and foreign tourists alike. We wanted it to be a purely Filipino restaurant so that even foreigners could enjoy being on the island and have a holistic experience of the Filipino dishes)
With 20–25 minutes of serving time, customers can dig into the sumptuous sisig, bulalo, lechon kawali, Bicol Express, bistek tagalog, and more. The owners personally handpicked the dishes on the menu.
The restobar is open daily from 3:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. and up to 2:00 a.m. on weekends. Music lovers will surely be delighted to visit the restobar, especially on Fridays and Saturdays, when live bands will fill the air with good music, and on Sundays, with live acoustic music.
With free WiFi access and a spacious parking lot, Isla 9100 can also accommodate events like weddings, birthdays, and anniversaries.
For bookings or reservations, interested customers may contact them at 0917 703 2418 or through their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/isla9100restobar.
Inviting locals and tourists to visit their restobar, Melanie says, “We don’t only offer great food and great ambience, but we also offer entertainment that will really make your stay here in Camiguin worthwhile and for the books.” (RTP/PIA-10/Camiguin)