If you’re looking for the finest in Italian cuisine while in Boracay, there’s no other place to go to than Caruso Ristorante Italiano, located at The District in Station 2. AUTHENTIC ITALIAN DINING. Enjoy the best of Italian cuisine at Caruso Ristorante Italiano. If you’ve ever been around Bel-Air Village in Makati City, then the name itself should ring a bell. Caruso Ristorante Italiano is one of the most popular Italian restaurants in Makati, so it should be no surprise that it eventually found its way into the island of Boracay. Their kitchen staff is trained in Makati under the watchful eye of Dario Gardini, so you can […]
Ask where the best piri-piri grill is and locals would direct you to Spicebird. They say the best thing to eat when at the beach would be grilled food. Say piri-piri and you’ll hear a lot about people recommending Spicebird, as it undoubtedly serves topnotch grilled goodness. Spicebird Piri-Piri Grill started out in January 2015, when the owners thought of putting up a restaurant that serves out of the ordinary grilled food. Albeit the island is full of competing restaurants that serve this kind of dish, Spicebird wanted to stand out, hence they spiced up their own take on grilled food and eventually came to offer piri-piri grill (pepper-pepper in […]
Found along the myriad of restaurants along the beachfront is Titos Resto & Grill, a go-to place for a relaxed kind of dining. ART IN TITOS. Hued elements make up Titos’ chill and youthful vibe Titos Resto & Grill was made just to look like the owner’s home Steve, who manages the restaurant that started out as a childhood dream. The restaurant was named after his father, who decided to take a plunge and put up a restaurant business in Boracay. Upon entering the restaurant, you will be welcomed by its artistic décor, with its brightly-colored walls, multicolored chairs, and various paintings for a visual treat. According to the owner, […]
Aside from the powdery white sand beach of Boracay, the island is also known for its number of nightlife options, ranging from speakeasy bars and clubs that make it more appealing to tourists. If you’re up for some chill Boracay night-out, head on over at The Ruf Resto Bar in Ferra Hotel. ROOFTOP. See The Ruf during night time for a great relaxing dining As one of Ferra Hotel’s in-house restaurant, The Ruf Resto Bar became known to tourists for its great ambience perfectly capturing the chill vibe by the island kind of nights. This roofdeck bar becomes a haven at night for those who would like to see what […]
Moroccan food is rare, especially in the Philippines. It’s even rarer in the island of Boracay, where only one restaurant specializes in this flavour-filled cuisine: Kasbah. This beachfront restaurant in Boracay’s Station 1 is one you won’t have a hard time missing, even if it is a bit hard to get to. It’s the most colourful restaurant on the beach, inspired by its equally colourful Moroccan cuisine. COLOURFUL. Kasbah is hard to miss: it’s the most colourful restaurant on Station 1. The al fresco dining experience will definitely be one for the books. There’s no need to worry about being baked in the sun, as they have provided […]
The words “baby back ribs” and “café” rarely meet each other in a sentence, unless someone forces them to. However, for Gasthof Café Lei, these words are like the best of friends. WELCOME TO THE GUEST HOUSE Gasthof is a German word which means “guest house”. At Gasthof Café Lei, you’ll definitely feel like a guest in someone’s house. The simple set-up of the restaurant may put off some people, but the food will always keep you coming back. Gasthof, being a German restaurant, serves classic German dishes such as pork knuckles, schintzels, and bratwurst. But that’s not where the fun starts. It starts when you hear of […]
A restaurant that has been a staple of Station 1 since 1998, Steakhouse Boracay is the place to be if you want to meet your need to feast on meat. STEAKHOUSE BORACAY. The one that brought Boracay its steaks. Steakhouse Boracay has what may be said as the simplest concept on the island: a place where you can get the best steaks in town. It’s the first restaurant to have introduced steaks to the people of Boracay. It’s popular with the locals purely through word of mouth. Their dishes are all made to order, meaning the only time they cook your food is when you place your order. […]
You know it’s one of the restaurants you shouldn’t miss if it was established 20 years ago. As one of the oldest restaurants in the island, Real Coffee surely knows how to create the best offerings that make people come back. REAL COFFEE MEETS THE ISLAND. Real Coffee lets you in for a wonderful coffee and pastry experience. Established in 1996, expats mother and daughter tandem Mamma Lee and Nadine thought of putting up a business in the island of Boracay. Having been to many places in the world, they saw Boracay as the place where they can enliven their passion to bake pastries, concoct drinks, and promote Filipino products. […]
Fine dining and the beach rarely mix. You would either need to talk to a restaurant owner and ask them for a special dinner service… or go to Boracay and get your meal at Christina’s. Christina’s is one of Henann Regency’s in-house restaurants located right on the beach. It completes the Regency Food Plaza by offering some of the best international cuisine you’ll get next to Hap Chan’s authentic Chinese cuisine and Mesa’s Filipino dishes. They mainly cater to Henann Regency’s guests who stay in their suites, but are open to the public if they have room. FINE DINING ON THE BEACH. That’s what you’ll get at Christina’s. […]
Boracay’s D’Mall is a haven for the discerning beach foodie. It features a variety of restaurants featuring some of the most popular cuisines, like Japanese, Chinese, Italian, and, of course, Filipino. One such restaurant, however, stands out for its Greek cuisine: CYMA Greek Tavern. The name CYMA might be familiar to most people: it’s one of the country’s most popular Greek restaurants, with branches in Mandaluyong, Makati, Manila, and Quezon City. What most people don’t know, however, is that their first branch opened in Boracay. THE UNMISTAKEABLE BLUE AND white colors of Greece are reflected in CYMA’s color scheme. CYMA Boracay stands to this day as a testament […]
It’s in Sunny Side Café where your day starts right. THE SUNNY CAFÉ. The Sunny Side Café’s bright yellow and gray interiors give the place the fun vibe. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and it’s equally important that you spend it at a place where you can get the hearty breakfast you deserve. Good thing, Boracay has this sweet sunny restaurant that offers all day breakfast, in the name of Sunny Side Café. The Sunny Side Café is an all-day breakfast and specialty coffee shop that offers pastries, breakfast food, and good coffee. According to the restaurant owner, who loved to travel cities all […]
Obama Grill Bar and Restaurant is named after the President of the United States. It is located on the main road of Boracay. The restaurant serves a variety of delectable cuisine like the Harmony Salad (PHP 165), with which you can taste sweet, crunchy and fresh vegetables; and the Medium Jewel Obama Lim (PHP 850). They also serve liquor rice and other meals. This is the perfect place for couples to spend time together.
OPA!! Nowadays, Greek restaurants are becoming famous in the Metro. In seasons like this, places like Boracay Shima-Ten is full of westerners. That’s why malls, like Greenbelt, offer full-fledged Greek cuisines for people to taste authentic Greek dishes. You can enjoy authentic Greek meals at Cyma, a restaurant always full of people day and night, with a lot of guests from around the world. Their cuisine is simple: just sticking to the original way of cooking the meals. For seasoning, they usually use salt and pepper. Even though their cooking method is simple, they are still popular around Boracay. Among the food they serve, you should try the baked golden […]
Start your morning by going to Café del Sol which is Italian for “Café of the Sun”. This restaurant is located at the entrance of D’Mall Square. The moment you enter the restaurant, you are greeted by the fragrant smell of a freshly brewed coffee made of Arabica beans. Ask their skilled barista to art up your latte to liven up your mood! Complete your breakfast experience with a fluffy omelette (Photo 2). Don’t miss dining in Café Del Sol when you visit Boracay!
Once you enter Lemoni Café, the first thing you will notice is its lovely interior. The lemon yellow and moss green walls are just the right and inviting colour for a breakfast scene. This café has been named “Best Restaurant” for 5 consecutive years by Philippine Tatler Magazine. People come here not only because of the stylish interior but also because of the great quality of service and, of course, the appetizing dishes and pastries they offer. Their menu consists of freshly baked homemade bread, cakes, salad, sandwiches and soup. It is one of the restaurants you have to visit when you go to Boracay.
In front of the D Mall entrance, you will see EPIC, this popular restaurant that also faces the beach. This restaurant’s stylish and modern look makes it stand-out from other establishments in the area. During daytime, guests can enjoy ethnic and Filipino traditional food. At nighttime, this place transforms into a stylish club and travellers from abroad can have fun together with a high-end crowd. If you want to know the latest parties and events in Epic, you could ask its staff about it. You should also try out the different dishes it offers to create a night that you would never forget. EPIC starts its operations at 11:00 am […]
Hama is a Japanese restaurant that opened 5 years ago. It is loved by both the locals and tourists. Customers can definitely taste the appetizing Japanese cuisine from the meticulous preparation of Hama’s veteran chefs. When you eat dishes like their ramen (P340), sukiyaki (P420) and Shitake mushrooms and Shrimp Tempura (P595), you will feel like you have just eaten in Japan. If you want to go on a vacation on the south island and feel the wind in Japan, please come and visit Hama.
If you want to eat Italian food in Boracay, visit the very famous Aria! This is a restaurant that serves authentic dishes made by Chef Gino, who is an executive chef from Italy. Customers won’t get bored eating in Aria because it has a weekly and monthly special menu. Moreover, it also uses fresh seafood from Boracay, ham, tomatoes and other ingredients that are imported from Italy. Aria’s recommended dish is its Special Asparagus Pasta that has cheese, ham, asparagus, and truffles in homemade fettuccine. The truffles give this dish a wonderful aroma and the rich cheese is well with the al dente pasta and spreads slowly in your mouth. Various kinds of wine are […]