Co Jordan Bangus & Talaba Eatery

Co Jordan Bangus & Talaba Eatery

Co Jordan is a seafood restaurant located in Cebu, Philippines. Bangus and talaba or oyster dishes are their specialties. But what makes Co Jordan different from other seafood restaurants? It’s fun to eat at Co Jordan because they allow their customers to fish on their pond. After you catch your fish, they will cook it for you.

You can bring a professional fishing rod but if you don’t have any, you can rent one from them. Rental of fishing rods is 10 pesos each. Baits are also 10 pesos each.

The Fish Pond

Location & Directions

Co Jordan is in Tayud, Consolacion, Cebu. To go there from Hi-way Mandaue, ride any jeepney going to Li-loan or Consolacion. Then, ask the driver to drop you off before SM Mall. The fare from Hi-way to Lacion is 9 pesos.

A few meters before SM, just before the bridge, you will see tricycles. Inform the tricycle driver that you’re headed to Co Jordan. The payment for the ride is 10 pesos.

The Cottages

The cottages can be rented from 100 to 500 pesos for 3 hours. There will be an additional pay if you extend. Some cottages have videokes. The cottages are also large enough for a whole family or for a bunch of friends.

The Fishing Cottages at the Pond

One of Their Smaller Cottages

You can also fish right from your cottage. You can even see fish swimming below your cottage.

They also offer free cottages. The free ones are located at the entrance of Co Jordan. If you want a better view of the place while eating, try renting a cottage.

Entrance of Co Jordan

The Food

Aside from bangus (milkfish) and talaba (oysters), Co Jordan also serves other seafood like shrimps, squid and crabs. You can also choose how your food will be cooked. Whether you want grilled squid or adobong pusit, they can do it for you.

Here’s a photo of their menu and some of the dishes that they prepared:

Co Jordan Menu

Shells

Shrimps, Squids and Fish

Talaba or Oysters

Buttered Shrimp with Garlic

Grilled Squid

24 thoughts on “Co Jordan Bangus & Talaba Eatery

  1. Rachele Calvara

    for reservations, i have here there phone numbers: 2663139 & 5110932

    My favorite dish there is the adobao or adobong pusit and they have also mais rice…

    1. admin Post author

      Hi Rachele,
      Thanks so much for adding useful info :)
      I’ve also tried their adobong pusit… It’s really a must-try!

  2. Kenn Villaneza

    Hi.
    Can you tell me how much the smallest cottage costs? We are only a group of four and all girls..

    And the foods they serve, is it per kilo just like the fish?

    Thanks!

    1. Author Post author

      Hi Kenn! The smallest cottages cost 150 – 200 pesos for three hours. And yes, the other dishes that they serve are also priced per kilo. :)

  3. Evan

    Ask ko lang po if may videoke kayo??magkano ba per hour??or kasama na yon if mag rent kami nang cottage??5 po kami lahat

    1. Author Post author

      Hi Evan. Yes, some of their cottages have videoke machines. I forgot the prices but I think it’s around 1000 pesos.

  4. Robert Brandon

    Been there to this place, cool, relaxing, fantastic and the foods are damn good. Wish a second comeback.

    1. Author Post author

      It’s really great to try catching your own fish! I’m also thinking of visiting the place again.
      Thanks for leaving a comment Brandon!

  5. myrna

    Hi. Thanks for the useful info. I plan to go there with the whole family – 28 kami lahat with 2 kids and 3 senior citizens. wheel chair friendly din ba ang place? May cell number ba sila

    1. Author Post author

      Hi Myrna. Thanks for visiting this site. It’s okay to go the place if you bring your own car or if you ride a taxi. Otherwise, you’ll need to ride a tricycle. It’s wheelchair friendly but just be careful because the pathways are made of bamboo.

      Their contact numbers are 2663139 and 5110932.

    1. Author Post author

      I don’t think so. I didn’t see any credit card terminal plus their receipts are handwritten.

    1. Author Post author

      The last time I heard, they have no corkage. But I don’t think they all guests to bring lots of food.

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