Located in a rice paddy on the Philippine island of Camiguin, Guerrera is a true farm to table restaurant, growing up to 40 different species of vegetables and herbs and of course, rice, just meters from the kitchen. Just about everything is made slowly, by hand, and the use of processed and packaged ingredients is kept to a minimum.
The emphasis for Le cordon bleu-trained chef ( Bangkok) and owner, Carmel Therese Almadrones is on creativity and exploration. Her “Fine Asian Street Food” eatery has become a destination for foodies and chefs alike and her ever-changing seasonal menu includes both signature creations and more traditional dishes from across Asia. The cuisines of Thailand, Vietnam, India, Indonesia and Malaysia are featured and the selections are balanced for both vegetarians and carnivores.
A meal at Guerrera also offers spectacular views of the Bohol sea, White island, our vibrant rice paddies and gardens and volcanic mount Hibok-Hibok.
Calling all adventurous diners…