There are a hundred of restaurants you could pass by in Boracay but for a frugal wanderer like myself, I certainly wanted to save money by trying out different kinds of restos and other food establishments while on a vacation in a wonderful land. Here is a list of the places where to eat in Boracay and I dined during our stay.
928 Café and Grill
Located at Station 2, Boracay, they offer breakfast meals for as low as P95.00.
Kolai Mangyan Fudhaus
Located at the main road of Station 1, their price starts at P100. I ordered their best seller which is Sizzling Beef Teriyaki in White Sauce. They are also open for 24 hours.
Located in D’Mall, Boracay, the price of drinks offered here is basically the same as the ones offered by the teahouses we have in Metro Manila.
This one is near the scuba diving area of Station 1, Boracay. Their isaw is effin delicious and is priced at P10.00. The vendor told us her secret with the sauce, and I have no plans of sharing it with you. Bleh! It’s good to eat street food after your swim during the sunset. I swear.
Bite Club Grilled Burgers
Located in D’Mall, the price of burgers offered here starts at P200+ (if I’m not mistaken). Their burgers could be compared to Brother’s Burgers, so the price isn’t exactly that bad.
Slush Drinks Pepsi
This is located at Station 1 in some alley leading to the main road of Boracay. For P50.00, their drinks will surely quench your thirst.
We are all familiar with this pizza chain and we all know it’s not really the most affordable pizza there is. Nevertheless, it was convenient to bring to Puka Shells Beach.
Jonah’s Fruitshake and Snackbar
Located at Station 1, the establishment’s price starts at P75.00. I tried their Banana Choco Peanut. It’s difficult to consume in one glug, because the serving is big. The place is noted to serve the best fruit shakes in Boracay, so people really line up.
This is we would often go after a tiring yet fun activities we had during our stay in Boracay.
Located in D’Mall, the place specializes in Cuban, Mexican, and Spanish cuisines. An onlooker would think that it’s an expensive restaurant. However, they also offer Filipino dishes where price starts at P100+. (Sorry, I’m quite sketchy with the price here, because I did not pay for the meal I ate here, hehe) Their sisig is good, though.
Super Submarine Sandwich Shop
Located in D’Mall, their 6-inch sub is priced at P155. You might think it’s pricey but the sub has a really generous filling. However, the seller was slightly unfriendly. Even the Korean next to me was given the cold shoulder. Lol. I thought it was just me.
Beach Hut Bar Boracay
Located in Station 1, which is near our place. The shakes they offer cost around P199 which might be too costly, but this is because you can take home the drink’s container/long tumbler. You can go back to get another shake with your container and pay only P99.00 forever! Aside from Boracay, they also have branches in Bora-Bora, Bali, Phuket, Palau, Maldives, and Hawaii.
Angel Wish Dish Paluto
This one is located in D’ Talipapa. To get here, you have to take a tricycle. Their food is good but the experience my friends and I have on this place is something you might want to read about. Check What Happens in Boracay.
If you still think that you want that unlimited rice or that super affordable meal, you can always dine at more familiar places like Mang Inasal and Andok’s!
Want to know other restaurants worth visiting in Boracay now that it’s reopened after the Boracay rehabilitation? This link might be helpful. Click here.
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