Carbonara Restaurant in Bohol

Did you know that there’s a new pasta place in Bohol? Yes! You heard it right. Carbonara Restaurant owned by Luca is Bohol’s first cheese wheel place home for authentic Italian pasta. Located at the Airport Road, Panglao, Bohol, it’s one of the new budding restaurants in the area.

Do you like your carbonara zesty?

The chef creams the pasta inside a huge parmesan wheel as depicted below. All ingredients used are authentic Italian. Toppings of choice will then be added after. Some of the best sellers include basil pesto & ricotta cheese and bacon toppings.

Do you like it creamed?
Carbonara Restaurant uses huge parmesan wheel to cream the pasta.

Apart from the delicious fresh pasta, they also sell different kinds of cheese such as pecorino, smoked cheese, blue cheese, parmesan, maasdam swiss, gouda, cheddar, camembert, burrata, and ricotta. Other items include djion mustard, spicy salami, salame milano and pancetta arrotolata at their deli section.

Isn’t this so good?

Carbonara is basically made from egg, hard cheese, cured pork and black pepper. In this case, Carbonara Restaurant uses high grade Italian parmesan cheese to cream the cooked pasta. You can assure that apart from the delicate preparation of the dish, all ingredients are of high quality and fresh. It’s a comfort food ready to be indulged at any moment. If you want to have a cheat day or just splurge on good food, just go to Carbonara Restaurant!

Baked Lasagna

One thing I can assure is that it’s a HIT for me! I love Italian cuisine and this brings back memories from my last visit in Rome, Italy. The food is well plated and executed properly. The flavors are balanced and the texture of the pasta is always al dente.

Are you craving for this?

They are open from Wednesday to Sunday for dine-in and delivery at 12 noon to 9 pm. To know more about the restaurant, check out their social media pages below:
Facebook: Carbonara Restaurant
Instagram: carbonara.bohol

Special mention to Winn Mortejo Photography for the great photos commissioned by Carbonara Restaurant. Follow him at winnforshort on Instagram.

29 thoughts on “Carbonara Restaurant in Bohol”

  1. Oh wow, it must be my lack of imagination..I never knew Carbonara could be broken down into different varieties. I’m not much into it, but seeing this makes me crave for it. Sayang, ang layo. Maybe when we visit Bohol, we can check this out. After all, it’s in our list of to-go-to places.

  2. What a great visual experience to watch as they cream your paste on a parmesan wheel. Just looking at your photo made me hungry for some creamed parmesan pasta. Yum.

  3. I so wish I lived nearby! This restaurant sounds like my absolute dream, what with the pasta and the cheese! I am so hungry now, my mouth is watering at the thought of the delicious food.

  4. I always choose Carbonara whenever I go to Olive Garden. It is always so filling and you can never go wrong. I can’t imagine there being an entire restaurant dedicated to it. Hmm, I need to head to the Philippines sometime soon and check this place out myself!

  5. Wow. Carbonara sounds like an amazing place. The food looks really good. That massive cheese wheel they use to cream the pasta is freaking awesome.

  6. Bohol is too far for my place. But, I will definitely go there just to have a taste of that pasta! It looks good!

  7. The food from this restaurant looks excellent! Thanks for sharing this. I haven’t had carbonara in a while and this post made me crave some.

  8. As a frequent traveller to Italy, I’m, obviously, very much into all kinds of pasta. However, my favorite is the one they swipe through the Parmeggiano – sooo good! Another one of my favorites is with truffles – have you ever tried that?

  9. Just loved reading and watching the recipes. Felt like grabbing them just now. Looks real delicious.

  10. Ok, so I am hungry now after reading this… lol. I am from Croatia, and it is a common meal here, but I havent had carbonara for a while. Thanks for your post, gave me some new ideas.

  11. That big parmesan wheel is such a sight! I’d love this type of carbonara instead of the heavy cream-based versions that are so common in other restaurants.

  12. Ooo what a fab experience and getting to see the chefs cook. The carbonara looks very yummy for sure x

  13. Reading this post makes me hungry and crave for some pasta. It’s so nice to learn that it’s really authentic. People from Bohol could taste the authenticity of such Italian food at the comfort of their province.

  14. Everything looks delicious. That is pretty neat that the chef does the pasta in the wheel. Does he then use the same wheel for the next person’s dish?

  15. All those dishes are looking absolutely delicious and I would love to try them someday. It’s been a while since I ate pasta and Carbonara one at that, this post made me crave it now.

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