Dos Mestizos’ Salpicao de Vacao. / Photographs by care balleras for the Daily Tribune
Boracay Island is paradise in all forms — from sceneries, people and, of course, food. As a melting pot of foreign and local travelers, the island is dotted with food spots fit for any palate.
With too many options in mind, a handy guide to Boracay’s best restaurants could lighten your food trip worries. Here’s a list to perk up your foodie journey in Boracay.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and Nonie’s and Sunny Side Café hold this thought religiously.
Sunny Side Café’s Spinach & Mushroom Baked Eggs.
Before dipping into the pristine Boracay waters, take your hearty breakfast from these restaurants.
Health-focused breakfast: Nonie’s Eggs’ Benedict served with soft-boiled eggs, lemongrass hollandaise sauce, sweet potato garlic focaccia and sweet potato chips.
Chicken Inasal made by La-Ud’s Bacolodian chef.
Breakfast of the champions: Sunny Side Café’s Spinach & Mushroom Baked Eggs to pump you up before water activities.
What’s a Boracay trip without luncheons by the water? These La-ud’s sumptuous Filipino meals will make you forget your name.
Nonie’s Eggs Benedict
Pork Kinilaw for appetizer kickstarts an elevated Filipino lunch spread.
Tinola in Buko is definitely a must-try. The coconut broth oozes from the chicken meat hitting the right spot for a Filipino foodie.
Dos Mestizos’ Ostras Fritas
Leave space for their Chicken Inasal made by La-Ud’s Bacolodian chef. Strike a balance from your opulent lunch experience with the resto’s signature Mango Sago.
Besides being known as a party island, Boracay is surely the best place to get romantic and Dos Mestizos’ Spanish-Filipino restaurant screams the right amount of romance you need from vibe to entrees.
La-ud’s Pork Kinilaw
With these trusted restaurants in your list, all is set for your next foodie journey in Boracay. You may not be able to tick these off yet due to travel restrictions, but rest assured these Boracay food spots are more than ready to soothe your foodie soul.
Dos Mestizos’ Cochnillo.
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