Bohol is one of the few provinces in the Philippines with very rich cultural and historical heritage. Up to now, you can experience the traditions being passed and that includes the culinary practices. When in Bohol, you should not miss trying their delicacies and bringing home pasalubong. Try Jojie’s Painitang Bol-anon.
Jojie’s Painitang Bol-anon is known for serving delicious kakanin which are mostly sweet creations using malagkit (glutinous rice) as main ingredient. The word “pa-init” is commonly used to refer to snacktime thus these items are the most common native snack options in the Philippines.
It was our last stop for the Seas The Day Bohol Tour. Since our return trip was scheduled late in the morning, we got to try their breakfast offers. Yes, they also serve breakfast meals.
We had Kusahos Baboy, Chinorizo and Kusahos Baka. These are like the alternatives to bacon and usually served with egg (sunny-side up style). We also had their Inun-unang Pritong Tulingan and Vegetable Lumpia.
They serve a wide variety of kakanin and native delicacies. We got to try a few of them such as the Dinumugan, Cassava Cake, Biko Dukot and Bibingka Bohol. These food really brings back a lot of childhood memories.
One of my all-time favorite is the Cassava Cake. This was always present in my birthday when I was a kid. You can take this out in a box for pasalubong.
Jojie’s Painitang Bol-anon Branches
Currently, they have 3 branches in Tagbilaran City and still planning to expand. They can be found in:
- Tagbilaran City Square Mall (Ground Level), Carlos P. Garcia Avenue corner B. Inting Street
Telephone Number: (038) 411 0462
- Island City Mall (Lower Ground Level), Rajah Sikatuna Street, Dao District
Telephone Number: (038) 416 1060
- BQ Mall, Carlos P. Garcia North Avenue
Telephone Number: (038) 501 7795
- SM City Cebu (North Reclamation Area)
- Robinsons Cybergate (2nd Floor | Capitol Site)
- SM Hypermarket (Basak, Lapu-lapu City)
- SM Consolacion (National Highway, Consolacion)
- South Town Centre (Talisay City)