We’re back in paradise for the 2nd time this year; now via a free trip which I have won in a promotion in our office. Of course, every trip to Boracay (or anywhere for that matter) has a corresponding food itinerary hehe. With a vast selection of where to eat in the island, here are some food choices that we have tried during our stay.
Bite Club Grilled Burgers
Right in the middle of D’Mall is what they say the best grilled burger in the island so we had to try it hehe. I had the Club Burger which is 1/3 pound of pure beef patty with chunky mushroom and cheese sauce for only P165 plus a side of potato wedges for P75. I’m not sure if this is really the best but it’s not bad at all too. True to its description, patty is very juicy and sauce was generously applied. Definitely worth visiting to satisfy your burger cravings. 🙂
This drink has also been part of my part 1 post and is something we always get whenever we’re in Boracay. What better way to walk along the beach than with a cocktail on hand hihi. Tumbler with drink is P360, then P240 for every refill.
The Sunny Side Cafe
Breakfast by the beach it is! You can spot this bright and cozy cafe on the ground floor of Boracay Sands Hotel, Station 3. With a wide selection of breakfast food, we ordered something that got our attention in the menu with its intriguing name “What Sorcery is This?”. That is actually an artisanal flat-bread pizza topped with shrimp, garlic and egg. Surprisingly tasty for only P320. Then we also tried their huge Blueberry Pancakes (P280); so huge we’re only able to consume half of it! I think that kind of serving can be shared by 6 people nyaha. Btw, this cafe is the #1 cafe/restaurant in Boracay at Trip Advisor.
Anybody who’s been to Boracay has heard of this famous milkshake place. Take a stop in their Station 1 branch and have some Banana Mango shake for only P110.
Chino told me about this place and wanted to try it coz Andrew E. partly owns it nyaha so we’ve decided to give it a try. This is at Station 1, right at the back of Cocomangas. They are known for their original BaSiLog (P150) which is surprisingly good as well. The meal is simple; ground angus beef tossed in rice with some herbs that I don’t know then topped with a sunny side up egg. Pair it with Strawberry Ice Cream Shake (P150) and that would be some good, laid back lunch! 🙂
Aria Cucina Italia
We don’t have plans where to have dinner, so we practically stopped by the first well lit restaurant that we passed by the beachfront. Based on it’s name, food is mostly Italian so we had a Carbonara (P360) and Cotoletta alla Milanese (P450). You all know what a Carbonara is hehe. The latter is breaded pork cutlet with a serving of rice. This is another sorcery; how can something breaded and fried be THAT tasty! haha No dipping sauce needed, the pork tastes good in itself. Love it hihi
Boracay Breeze Hotel
Lastly, I want to thank our accomodation for serving us breakfast at 6:30 am though they usually start at 7. Very comforting to eat first before our transfer to the airport. They served us their American Breakfast for free; toasted bread with butter and spread, ham and egg with some instant coffee. Not bad for our last meal in the island. 🙂
Til next time Boracay… ❤
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