Where to Eat

Registration Fee is

EXCLUSIVE (DOES NOT INCLUDE) OF MEALS
Food can be easily bought from food chains in Malls and other venues where HART CAMP 2018 activities will be held.
Schedule will allow enough time for dining out. For seafoods lovers, take note that Roxas City has been dubbed the Sea Foods Capital of the Philippines because of the abundance of its marine products. There are many places along the beach where you can be sure to enjoy fresh seafoods.

GROUPS CAN COOK IN ACCOMODATION PLACES
In two major accommodation places provided, there will be an available kitchen with utensils where groups can cook if they opt to. These arrangements can be done during registration time.

So start saving for your food allowance. Experience the Seafoods Capital of the Philippines.

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SUGGESTED PLACES TO EAT

Seafood Court
Arnaldo Boulevard
Casual · Good for kids · Groups

Coco Veranda Bar & Restaurant
Restaurant
Capiz Baybay Beach, Roxas City, Capiz
Casual · Good for kids · Groups

CityMall Food Court
Arnaldo Boulevard

Gaisano Food Court
3rd Flr., Gaisano City Mall
Arnaldo Boulevard

Robinsons Place Food Court
Pueblo de Panay, Lawaan

Café Terraza
Sacred Heart of Jesus Ave

Dream Cream Pastries
Arnaldo Boulevard

CeBrew Café
Grandville Entertainment Bloc, Arnaldo Blvd.

Finds Restaurant
Gaisano Arcade, Grandville

J Burger
Burger Restaurant · Diner
Altavas St.

KILID Bistro
Breakfast & Brunch Restaurant
Disocoro Laserna Bldg, Laserna Compound

Pizza Junction
Rizal Street, Roxas City, Capiz

RML Manokan Haus
Baybay, Roxas City

Ramboy’s Lechonan & Restaurant
Capiz Pueblo de Panay, Lawaan, Roxas City

Raffy’s Bistro
Halaran Plaza, Rizal Street

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