Food


If you’re not in the mood for a McDonald’s, try our suggestions below…

Sun Village Central Mongolian Grill/ Buffet (Click for reviews & more photos)

Do you think you can cook? Imagine a big kitchen full of Chinese food ingredients and it’s up to you to use-all-that-you-can-put-in-your-bowl. This is how you do Mongolian Buffets. Haven’t tried it yet? Here’s one restaurant that serves this food at lunch time (and our review with photos). Read the full article.

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Grilled Seafood Buffet along the Beach for ~9 USD

This is one of the most popular dining options on the island. Almost every visitor who is fond of seafood and Filipino food try this.

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Pizza Places

Craving for an old, familiar comfort food? Pizza! Here are the list of  restaurants that deliver pizza on the Island (dine-in or to-go options available).

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Crazy Crepes (Reviews and Photos)

If you’re on a low-carb diet, don’t even look at the enticing photos in this article because this is not for you. But, if you plan to break your good eating habits on this vacation, go ahead and dig in on a high-calorie, high-fat, ever mouth-watering crepes! Read full article here.

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I love Backyard Barbecue (A Review)

Do you absolutely LOVE Barbecue? You can get them at this restaurant for a budget-friendly price. However, there are 2 things that may turn you off, so consider reading this review before splurging. Read the full article.

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Burrrrrrittttooooos at Manana Restaurant

I enjoy eating Mexican food…  This restaurant is one of my first finds on the island.

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Red Coconut Bar and Restaurant

They have one of the most diverse (international) menus I have ever seen on the Island.  For lunch, I picked a typical Italian and a typical American food.  :)

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Andoks Boracay (located at D’Mall and D’talipapa)

If you are traveling on a budget, this is one of the places you should check out first!!! 1-dollar meal, anyone?

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Nigi Nigi Nu Noos “e” Nunu Noos Bar and Restaurant

I love fridays. Why? Because its Rib Night at Nigi’s. This place is one of the popular hangout places for expats living in Boracay.

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Juice Bar Boracay

It’s party time!!! I loved my chocolate martini.  Juice Bar’s Frozen Margaritas are also popular among party goers.

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Zeppelin Bar (at Station 1, White Beach)

A quiet little bar at station 1, Zeppelin offers one of the most spectacular views of the famous Boracay Sunset. Its a fine place to celebrate beer-thirty!

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Korean Restaurants in Boracay Island (Recommended!)

I love Korean food. Korean restaurants are some of my most frequented places. But there’s ONE special restaurant that I go to almost 3 times a week (I know, I’m a Korean Food Addict!).  Click here for the names and locations of my top picks.

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Starbucks (Click here for Starbucks Location)

Still lovin’ that Hot Venti Latte early in the morning AND right after lunch…

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Mama’s European Restaurant

Friends have recommended this place. At first, I hesitated. But when I saw the huge portions of their food, I knew Mama’s European Restaurant was gonna be one of my new favorites. Click the photo above for more photos and review.

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Deja Vu Restaurant

Love their juicy burger! Click the photo above for more photos…

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