Another thing I miss about Boracay is the food. Boracay doesn’t have it’s own cuisine like how Bali has Balinese cuisine. But the restaurants have that casual beach vibe wherein people just walk-in in flip flops and bathing suits. The island is so small restaurants usually have tables on the beach. These are the restos we went to the last time we were there.
Whenever we go to Bora, our first meal is usually in Mañana. I love the seafood funded and massive mango margaritas. I’ve never tried these coconut shrimps which look pretty yummy too!
MAÑANA MEXICAN RESTAURANT
White Beach, near Boat Station 1 Boracay Island
Real Coffee has been in Boracay since 1996. It’s a great place to have coffee and calamansi muffins.
Its claim to fame in Bora is its Lemon cupcakes (P40 each) and its Nipa hut setting which is great for breakfast. They serve continental breakfast mostly omelettes and sandwiches. They are open as early as 7.30am. You can’t see them from the main walking road in Station 1 because you have to go inside a bit to find it.
Real Coffee and Tea Cafe
near Boat Station 1, Boracay.
Another super yummy place to eat is Hawaiian Bar-B-Que! Their ribs are super yummy! The sweetish taste with pineapple + rice caters to the Filipino taste!
It’s also fun to eat while watching the beach! Very relaxing!
An acquaintance recommended this Italian place on the other side of the island. I cannot recommend it because it wasn’t very good.
Even if the food wasn’t that good, it was nice to see another side of the island. Opposite of white beach the waves are fierce and the winds strong so this is where the kite surfers go.
KASBAH MORROCAN CAFE
A great place for Morrocan dishes and to have a drink during sunset or at night!
Hope you enjoyed some highlights of our Boracay trip!