Travel

Dining in the Island Paradise of Boracay

The beachfront in the island of Boracay was once a lined with coconut trees; now houses a hotel, restaurants and other establishments that caters to the needs of its visitors.

One never lacks dining options in this island paradise from the high end restaurants to side street stalls, options are endless. So where to dine in Boracay: Aside from the Island Nook Cafe, we recommend the restaurant Real Coffee and Tea that serves Calamansi muffins. This restaurant is not only limited to serving muffins they also serve pancakes, omelets and other breakfast food. The calamansi muffin is so famous that this treats ordered for special occasions in the island and  is taken home as “pasalubong”. Meal prices range from 65 Php to 150 Php for the meals. They also serve hot and cold beverage.

Real Coffee and Tea house specialty Calamansi Muffin (I promise to make one this holiday season; my only wish it would taste like it)

Real Coffee and Tea house specialty Calamansi Muffin (I promise to make one this holiday season; my only wish it would taste like it)

The Ultimate Muffin, pretty hard to figure all the ingredients placed in this

The Ultimate Muffin, pretty hard to figure all the ingredients placed in this

Lunch options are also endless, we choose to eat at the D’ Mall.

Ordering Lunch

Ordering Lunch

Dinner buffets are scattered in the island, prices ranging from Php 250 to Php 500 depending on the establishments you want to dine.

Pool side dinner at Club Astoria Boracay

Pool side dinner at Club Astoria Boracay

In the beachfront, there are also food stalls that caters to the rich and to those that is in a budget. Chori burger is a typical example, of an affordable snack during your “long” walks in the beach. Price of the burger is Php 45 per piece. You can randomly see them on parts of the beach.

Jonah’s Fruitshake stall located in Station 1 is the perfect place to rest during afternoon walks. Shakes are more expensive than the usual but the taste will tell you its worth it. The shakes are made to order, and they only use fresh ingredients. They also offer a wide array of flavors from the common avocado to the exciting combinations like peanutbutter and banana. Prices of the items are from Php 100 and above.

Enjoying the peanut butter and banana shake

Enjoying the peanut butter and banana shake

It is a bit unfortunate we did not get pictures of our dining options but, do check out this island paradise it will be a gastronomic adventure that is suited for everyone.

All pictures belong to Kaiye for she holds the better camera🙂

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