Lunch at Lubi Plantation

Lunch at Lubi Plantation

- in Feature, Food
@Ferina Santos

A few months ago, I was invited by Chai Abaya, marketing head for Torre Lorenzo Development Corporation, to the company’s island resort complex in Kopiat Island, Mabini, Compostella Valley.

Aside from being excited to be back in the beach, I was looking forward to seeing the developments they’ve planned for Lubi Plantation. One of the highlights of the trip (or every trip actually) is meal time!

Here are the photos I remembered to take before devouring the delicious meal that was prepared for us.

Our menu that day!


Intricate and well-thought designs can be found throughout Lubi Plantation’s dining area.


Crab Stick and Crispy Wanton Salad with Japanese Dressing


Halaan Soup


Guinataang Beef Tadyang, Chopsuey, and Tuna Belly Salpicao to the far right


Tuna Belly Salpicao


Trio Turon with Chocolate Sauce


A view of Lubi Plantation’s restaurant interior.


The entrance to the restaurant. Everything around the place is Insta-worthy!

The exterior and design of Lubi Plantation is really beautiful. It demands another story and set of photos devoted to just its exterior.

Lubi Plantation is an 87-hectare island resort complex located off the coast of Davao Gulf, specifically in Mabini, Compostella Valley. Also known as Kopiat Island, there are two leisure projects being developed.

Lubi Beach Club is open for day trip guests. Being planned is an international restaurant called Tarictic, where guests can take their lunch; the banquet hall called Tamsi, for company activities and large events; and an exclusive beach area and water sports activity areas for kayak, snorkeling, and jetski.

Also in Lubi Beach Club are more areas for activities like tennis and basketball center, game center, beach volleyball area, and a chapel.

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