At Two Seasons Coron Bayside Hotel, the grand view is matched by its good food

Two Seasons Coron Bayside Hotel in Palawan. Photo sourced from the hotel's website.

Sun, sea, sand, but of course, soul-satisfying meals are yours if you happen to be at Two Seasons Coron Bayside Hotel—Two Seasons Resorts’ newest property and the only five-star accommodation in the island.

The hotel group’s third property—after Two Seasons Boracay and Two Seasons Island Resort and Spa in Malaroyroy (also in Coron)—is getting rave reviews for its high-end facilities and spectacular view of the island.

But the property’s chefs also made sure that its cuisine gets equal notice by creating flavorful dishes generously created with premium and fresh ingredients.

Baya Resto Lounge at Two Seasons Coron Bayside Hotel offers a range of international, local, even exotic cuisine. Photo sourced from the hotel’s website.

At the hotel’s signature restaurant called Baya Resto Lounge, regular guests of Two Seasons in Boracay and Malaroyroy will be glad to know that it has the same menu as the properties’ BarLO and Sulu restaurants, respectively.

Baya offers the Two Seasons’ bestseller Four Cheese Pizza, a delicious medley of blue cheese, cheddar, mozzarella, and parmesan layered on an Italian-style crust served straight from the oven.

Baya Resto Lounge’s popular Four-Cheese Pizza. Photo courtesy of Two Seasons Coron Bayside Hotel.

Sisig, which has been getting global attention, is also on the menu. If Boracay’s barLO serves oyster sisig then Baya has its very own lengua sisig.

Lengua Sisig is one of the bestselling dishes at Baya Resto Lounge in Two Seasons Coron Bayside Hotel. Photo courtesy of the hotel.

Not to be missed are its seafood fare, which includes Crispy Fried Squid Tentacles, classic Fish and Chips, and Spicy Garlic Prawns. And if guests want something with more heat, then they can get the Spicy Pugita, a native octopus that’s thinly sliced and cooked in coconut milk and spices. Lobster dishes, on the other hand, are cooked either steamed or grilled, or as Thermidor.

Lobster Sashimi at Baya Resto Lounge in Two Seasons Coron Bayside Hotel. Photo courtesy of the hotel.

Also offered are comfort Filipino food like Sinampalukang Manok, Crispy Pata, and Lechon Kawali served with bagoong fried rice.

For the adventurous diners, Two Season’s crocodile meat dishes are also available. Savor menu items like Crocodile Barbecue, Crocodile in coconut milk, or Stir-fried Crocodile strips.

Crocodile BBQ at Raya Resto Lounge in Two Seasons Coron Bayside Hotel, Palawan. Photo courtesy of the hotel.

Just ask the front desk officer for guided tours within the island and they will gladly arrange a day trip for you and your companions to Culion, Kayangan Lake, Sangat Wreck, Siete Pecados, and Banol beach.

(For inquiries, call (63)2 4102075 to 80 or email and/or visit