Restaurants

The adage is as old as dirt itself but it still rings true today – Filipinos just love to eat. This passion for food in the Philippines brings with it an equally strong interest in cooking a variety of cuisines from all around the world. This love for cooking and food is quite visible in the island of Boracay that pretty much resembles a melting pot of international cuisines.

Needless to say, there is an amazing variety of different Boracay restaurants you'll find all over the island. Some of them express their own identity while others are pretty much just stick to the local cuisine. Since a lot of expats and other foreign nationals have come to love the island, they have literally come to stay and put up restaurants that serve their own local cuisine.

357 Boracay Restaurant

he resort where this restaurant is housed in is a multiple award winner. It's a beachfront restaurant thus you get quite a lovely view and a splendid atmosphere as you dine. It's on Boat Station 3, which keeps the crowd and hawkers away. You get the best samples of fine dining in this restaurant. The star of the menu is their chili crabs and country style baked ribs. Note that they charge 10% for service so expect your bill to be a bit higher than what you would expect.

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Andok's Boracay

Most locals will admit that Andok's isn't purely a restaurant in many parts of the country. To many locals, it's just one of the first things that will come to mind if their hungry for some chicken. The main item on their menu is either roasted or fried chicken. However, they also serve veggies and barbecue. This restaurant is also a good option for anyone who is backpacking on the shores of Boracay. Frugal tourists will find the meals here to be a haven; can you hear yourself saying one dollar meal? Its right in D'Mall at Boat Station 2 rubbing elbows with the more expensive restaurants in that part of the island.

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Aria Italian Restaurant

This restaurant has been rated as one of the best restaurants in Boracay. This means that you should expect the place to be usually packed during the peak season. They serve a true blue authentic Italian cuisine and people really order seconds every so often. An interesting favorite here is their squid ink pasta. The geniuses in the kitchen even use a genuine wood fire oven to create their pizza masterpieces. This restaurant is located on Station 2 where the crowd usually is and is situated right at the edge of D'Mall on the beach footpath.

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Arwana Restaurant

This is actually one of the many Boracay restaurants that also double up as a resort. Well, you see a lot of that on the island. The menu in this restaurant works well but there are some items that will need improving. However, most people don't come to this restaurant to pick on the food. They usually gather here to sample the really good cocktail. The beers and other drinks are quite popular and the prices are very affordable. This restaurant is located at Station 3 where things are rather more peaceful.

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Baracuda Snack Bar

Okay, so they don't serve barracudas in this snack bar. Interestingly enough, the big hits in this little restaurant are their pancakes and sandwiches, minus the ravenous fish the snack bar is named after. This place also caters to anyone with a nagging sweet tooth. Just try their fruit shakes and nice selection of sweet fruit drinks. Its health drinks and pancakes galore for anyone who wants to dine on a budget near Station 2.
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Bistro Valhalla Boracay

This is one of the Boracay restaurants that serve a fusion of various cuisines. However, the steaks do take center stage in this restaurant, which usually get the majority vote from the guests. The other delights served here include seafood, hamburgers, and a host of other Asian dishes. This one of a kind steakhouse also keeps a nice selection of wines for your discriminating taste.

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Bite Club Grilled Burgers

This interesting little burger flipping restaurant prides itself with legendary tasting burgers. Obviously, the restaurant serves American food. They serve a mozzarella filled quarter pound burger that is called Burgerella. If you're a fan of large food portions then you'd love their one pound burger. The name of the restaurant seems like a playful bit of wordplay for the Fight Club movie. At any rate, the food here will put up a fight if you're not used to their serving sizes. The restaurant is right at D'Mall in Station 2.

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Boracay Steakhouse

This is one of the Boracay restaurants that primarily serve steak. It's located at the core of the island but still on Station 1. Expect to be served Aussie steaks to your heart's delight. They also serve European dishes to complete the overall theme. The food prices here are quite reasonable. Note that chocolate shakes or a cup of coffee after a fulfilling meal will top things off here quite nicely.

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Cafe Breizh

This is one of the many restaurants in Boracay that serves authentic French cuisine. Their fruit crepes take the stage as it can easily become a favorite to anyone who's new to the place. On top of that, they also have a nice selection of alcohol and wine to wash away all of the stuff you heartily ate. The atmosphere here is relaxed and quite soothing since you also have the option to dine on the sands. This cafe is located on Station 2, right where the huge crowd is at.

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Cafe Christina

The smell of warm brews never fails to warm the heart in this neat little cafe. The ambiance rings a bell with fine dining as the place is set up for such. It's the kind of place where you can take someone out for coffee as a nice set up for a romantic evening. They serve a fusion of Filipino and Italian cuisine. They also have a nice selection of wine to complete the romantic effect. Cafe Christina is one of the dining sections of Boracay Regency and is located on the North Beach Wing of the hotel.

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Cafe del Mar

This cafe is situated about a short distance from White Beach. It's a nice little escape from the general tourist throng. The food here is quite alright and the ambiance is pretty much designed for a romantic dinner for two. Note that the music vibe immediately switches from house and hip hop to soft and mellow when you walk through their doors.

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Cafe del Sol Boracay

This is one of the pretty little coffee shops you'll find here. It's easy to find since its located right next to Aria and is situated at the entrance of D'Mall. It's a cozy place to have a cup of coffee and chill out after partying. The house specialty, other than coffee, is their strawberry cheesecake. The prices are a bit steep but the food and brews are truly excellent. It's arguably one of the best places to get coffee on the island.

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Calypso Sports Bar and Restaurant

This bar and restaurant serves a fusion of Asian and European cuisine. If you have the stomach for it, you may even try some of the exotic dishes they serve – if not then just stick with the European food. The menu is quite extensive and they even have stuff for your sweet tooth. The ambiance here is more relaxed though it does have a touch of fine dining to it. This restaurant is situated near Red Pirates and Bolero Rum Bar, which makes it a nice retreat from the party.

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Casa Pilar Restaurant

Casa Pilar is one of the resorts you'll find on Station 2. They have an interesting restaurant with an ambiance that takes on the usual ethnic vibe, which is pretty common on the island. The food prices are pretty much average and they serve both Filipino and international cuisine. The squid recipes on their menu are quite exquisite so be sure to try them out. They are open from seven in the morning to ten in the evening.
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Chez de Paris

This restaurant on Boat Station 2 is one of the oldest foreign restaurants on the island. They've been around since 1981. The owner of the place is a French expat but they serve food from a wide variety of cuisine including Filipino, French, Japanese, Thai, Vietnamese, Vegetarian, and all food that is simply good to eat. The prices here are pretty reasonable and budget friendly. The chef can even whip something up just for you upon request. The staff will be more than willing to accommodate your requests.

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CNN Cafe

Nope, they don't deliver the news here but they do serve great food. It's one of the Boracay restaurants that serve a mix of European and the local cuisine. The ambiance set here is rather laid back, which is a great way to escape formality and let loose for a while. The beachfront view completes the choice relaxed atmosphere.

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Cocoloco

Cocoloco is one of the Boracay restaurants that offer a mix of Filipino and European cuisines. The ambiance is pretty good since everything seems very peaceful in the Angol area at Boat Station 3. It's the kind of place where you can take your family or simply just set things up for an easy going but romantic dinner for two.

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Courtyard Bistro

This is plainly one of the places where many cuisines meet and jive. You'll find oriental and continental side by side on the menu. Of course, they also serve Filipino food and other cuisines as well. Another highlight is the fact that this bistro is on the eastern sporty side of the island. If you're done wind- or kite-surfing for the day, you can slip right into this bistro and enjoy a fine meal.

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Cowboy Cocina Boracay

The name of this Boracay restaurant is a little mincing at words blending the word "cowboy" with the Spanish "cocina." Given the aforementioned coining of terms, you can tell that the place serves "cowboy" or American cuisine. Don't miss out on their Sunday roast or have a daily munch at their fish and chips. It's an interesting addition to the homey places at Angol Point. With a fun family atmosphere, the place is a big hit with many customers.

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Crab House

Many people would think that this Boracay restaurant was built exclusively to serve crabs. Well, Crab House does serve and cook crabs in a million different ways before you can even spell them. Their prawn specials are just as good to try as well. No, their coolers and drinks don't have crabs in them. The cozy and laidback atmosphere in this resort is nothing short of inviting thus making it quite popular in Station 1, where all things are usually more peaceful.

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Cyma

If you're a fan of Greek cuisine then try the food at Cyma. This is one of the Boracay restaurants that serve a foreign cuisine. It's located at the D'Mall Plaza. The ambiance is comfy and the furnishings are pretty modern. Some of the local favorites here include Flaming Saganaki and their Fondue made of Spinach plus Artichoke. Their Chicken Gyros is also a big hit with many people. They serve "family sized" portions, which is also one reason why you should bring the gang over when you dine here.

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D'Talipapa

The name of the place is a colloquial term for an every day wet market in the Philippines. The set up they have here is pretty much the same as the other talipapa you will find in Manila. You have a little market on one hand where you can pick fresh food and have it brought to one of the small restaurants/eateries also located in the compound. You then get to wait a bit until the food you bought gets cooked. The eateries will charge around Php 100 for every kilo of food you ask them to cook. They provide the tables and other dining facilities and serve your food later on. It's a great way to have a feast with friends or family. Boracay's talipapa is located on Station 2.

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Da Mario Pizzeria and Ristorante

Judging by the name of this Boracay restaurant, you can easily guess that they serve Italian food. Not only that, they actually serve authentic Italian cuisine. The food they serve you here can easily become favorites for anyone. The pizzas here are truly commendable. Another plus about this restaurant is that it's kind of secluded on its quiet little end of Station 3. It's a perfect for a romantic dinner by candlelight at the shore minus the crazy crowd of White Beach.

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Discovery Shores Boracay

If you're a sucker for buffets then you'll love the buffet served in Discovery Shores. They have two restaurants in this resort namely Indigo Restaurant and Sands Restaurant. Indigo Restaurant is a great place for fine dining plus their selection of wine is quite a charming delight. If you're looking for great views of the beach while sampling good food with a bit of a laidback atmosphere then try the food in Sands Restaurant. The al fresco dining experience here is truly divine either during the sunrise or sunset.

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Don Vito

This is one of the more popular dining places in the island and it's also one of the many Boracay restaurants that serve a fusion of Asian and European cuisine. Now, what makes this place that popular other than good food? Well, it's all about meal price, which is really budget-friendly. Don Vito is located near Station 2 so you can slip away from the party scene grab a quick bite and get back pronto.

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Dos Mestizos

This is one of the Spanish food serving Boracay restaurants you'll find here. It's located on the quieter side of the island right on Station 3 and is a bit of a distance from the Tourist Center. You'll pass by this restaurant if you go by the island's main road. Judging by the name of the place, the atmosphere and the food really takes on a genuine Spanish vibe. They serve a delectable set of good food on their menu. They also have a nice array of dishes for vegetarians. Establishments near this restaurant include Bamboo Bungalow Rest Houses and Jony's Beach Resort.

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Floremar Pizzeria da Mario

This pizzeria offers some of the most affordable food on the island of Boracay. This is also another hot spot for anyone on a shoestring budget on the island. The food is served outdoors and you get to enjoy your favorite pasta right there on the sands. The staff is truly attentive to your needs and you get that genuine Filipino hospitality. This budget and family friendly restaurant is located on the quiet sands of Angol at the very end of the footpath of White Beach.

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Fishbar

Well they won't call it the Fishbar if they don't sell seafood – and that would be the house specialty. They also have fish and chips with a twist, which is an interesting thing to try. If you're not fond of rice you can go for their tuna items try their pasta with seafood. Meal prices here would be on average in the island. Fishbar is located in D'Mall so it's really easy to get to.

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Friday's Boracay

Friday's is one of the popular restaurant names in the Philippines and they have also made their hole on the island of Boracay. The menu is quite extensive but the meal prices lean a bit toward the pricey side. The staff is well attentive and they even serve a buffet. The restaurant has a reputation to keep so they have high standards from keeping the food fresh and making sure everything is spick-and-span. It's located at the far end of Station 1.

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Fruits in Ice Cream Summer Cafe

In case you're looking for a quick getaway from the summer heat, try the soothing and cooling flavors from this funky little ice cream parlor of sorts. The ambiance here is comfy and cozy plus you get the chance to enjoy their cool concoctions right on the beach. The ice cream they serve is as flavorful as it is creamy. Another big hit among the many customers is their set of sundae concoctions. The ice cream served here isn't that budget friendly compared to the regular Filipino prices but you do get your money's worth. This homey ice creamery is located on Station 3.

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Gasthof

A lot of the folks who have been here claim that they have the best baby back ribs on the island. Well, it appears that Gasthof is one of the restaurants in the island of Boracay that will be more than happy to live up to the challenge. They also serve German food, which is an added plus. It's located at the beachfront of D'Mall, which is a huge plus if you're looking for a relaxing atmosphere while dining.

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Gazebo Grill

Gazebo Grill is located on the Boracay Regency's North Beach Wing and is one of the funkiest places to dine al fresco. It's the place in Regency where you can hang loose and enjoy good old fashioned grilled food. Their char grilled delicacies include a wide selection of seafood to poultry and meat options. You even get to watch how your food is prepared as you lounge under a native styled hut of a restaurant.

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Gerry's Grill

Gerry's Grill is a homegrown restaurant in the Philippines. It's one of the prime achievers in the food service industry in the country. They apparently made their way into Boracay to challenge the other grill restaurants and cafes. The restaurant primarily serves grilled food in high Filipino fashion, obviously. Local favorites from this restaurant are their fine selection of seafood. The restaurant is pretty easy to find since its right where the action is on Station 2. It's located right next to the ever popular Starbucks if you follow the beach path.

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Hama Japanese Restaurant

Are you hungry for all things Japanese? Well head on straight to Hama Japanese Restaurant. It's located on Station 2 so finding it won't be too much of a hassle. Must haves from this restaurant include teriyaki, tempura, and sashimi. The place takes on a rather modern tropical ambiance with a touch of Japanese of course. So, if you're in D'Mall, make sure to try the food here if you're up for it.

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Jammers

Jammers Restaurant is simply a good option to dine in when you're backpacking in Boracay. The food is pretty much like what you get out of your favorite home town fast food chain. The place even looks like one except that it's right in a tropical island. Diners get to feast on hotdogs, burgers, French fries and a lot of other side dishes. To complete the fast food effect, the place is open 24/7. If you've cooked up an appetite in the middle of the night, this is a great place to run off to just to grab a quick bite. Jammers is located D'Mall so no one should miss it.

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Jonah's Fruit Shake and Snack Bar

Jonah's fulfills what many people envision to be a tropical island getaway. Well, they actually just fulfill that part where you get to hold a cool drink and sip the contents via a nice looking glass complete with a straw, tiny umbrella, and whatever you might like to add to it. Seriously, this fruit shake store slash and snack bar completes anyone's total Boracay experience. You will never hear anyone complain about their fruit shakes. It's located right on the sands of White Beach with Shangri-La Boracay and La Reserve Restaurant close by.

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Jony's Bar and Restaurant

This is one of the hip places to be if you're somewhere in Boracay's Station 1. If you're looking for a great place to hangout with the family or the gang then this restaurant is very good option. The piñacolada they serve is truly tasty and is a good way to vanquish the tropical heat. They serve quite an interesting set of Mexican food. However, do take note that the meals here may be a bit too pricey for your taste.

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Kaeseke Restaurant

Anyone who can't have enough of Japanese cuisine will have their heart's content right here. This Japanese restaurant is pretty popular both with the locals and foreign tourists. The only drawback is that the meal prices are a bit steep but you do get to enjoy great tasting genuine Japanese food served hot.

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Ka-on

This is the roof top restaurant you'll find in the Tides Hotel. The name of the establishment is taken from the local Visayan dialect which means "eat." This restaurant primarily serves Filipino dishes. Their chef specializes in progressive Filipino dishes, which basically means the meals can be toned down a bit to suit the tastes of various guests. If you want to get a good introduction to the local cuisine, then sample the food here.
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Kasbah

The cuisine served in this Boracay restaurant is fundamentally Moroccan, which is one of the major evidences of the diversity of flavors you can from the island. If you're not familiar with Moroccan food then this is a good eye opener. Their wine selection is also quite noteworthy. Their menu is also quite nice and has a great selection for vegetarians as well. It's located right on Station 1 and is within the vicinity of Discovery Shores.

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Kingfisher Farm

Now that is a funky name for a restaurant, but hey, they serve one of the all time favorites in Boracay Island – grilled seafood. Though they call it a farm, it's the kind of place you go out with your friends to simply hang out and grab a beer. The meal prices run along the lines of the average in Boracay. This restaurant is located in Manoc-Manoc, which is quite near to White Beach.

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La Reserve Restaurant

If you want to go French then go to La Reserve! It's right at Boat Station 2 so it's just where the party is going to be. The place is a good introduction to French cuisine if you're not familiar with it. Other than the perfectly cooked French food with names you'd rather not bother learn how to spell but will leave you tongue tied and elated, their cappuccino is also quite as exceptional as well. Those who have dined here highly recommend it.

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Lemon Cafe

This bright and bubbly cafe is situated right at the D'Mall Plaza in Station 1, which makes it rather easy to find. They have a good selection of bread and sandwiches. Their summer coolers like their watermelon ginger shake are really worth trying. They also have a good mix of salads and veggie options as well. If you're looking for a great place for snacks away from the beach crowd then this cafe is a wonderful option. The atmosphere is rather relaxed and the selection of pastries is a truly welcome treat. Nevertheless, they are open to serve guests any time of the day.

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Manana Mexican Cuisine

This is one of the Boracay restaurants that serve a hot chili dose of Mexican food. The beachfront view is pretty good, which adds to the general ambiance. They serve good burritos and their chichimangas are quite a delight. Another plus is that they serve larger than average portions. The food prices are a bit higher than usual but it's really good value for your money.

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Real Coffee and Tea Cafe

This cafe takes on a more ethnic look with bamboo furnishings pretty much dictating the ambiance. The place has a rather homey appeal and is a common convergence zone for many visitors to the island. Their cookies, sandwiches, and muffins will definitely make your day. Breakfasts here are also pretty much a delight no wonder a lot of folks like to spend their mornings here. Their omelets and pancakes will simply remind you of home. This cafe isn't that hard to find since its right near Hey Jude Bar and Aria Restaurant. Shangri-La Boracay and Discovery Shores are also close by.

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Nagisa Coffee Shop

They call this place a coffee shop but it's actually one of the Boracay restaurants that serve Japanese food. Well, you can say that it's a Japanese cuisine restaurant slash coffee shop. It's located at Station 3 on Surfside Resort and Spa. Expect their Japanese selection to be quite good, which includes tempura and okonomiyaki. Note that the food prices here are pretty much above average.

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Nami Boracay

This is one of the Boracay restaurants that provide a nice escape from the crowd while looking for a place to eat. The resort housing the restaurant is located on Diniwid Beach, which is why you get to enjoy great tropical views as you dine away from the throng of tourists on White Beach. The prices are a bit steep compared to the average food prices on the island but the ambiance and the great food do make up for the cost. They serve a lot of sea food but the other items on the menu, like their chicken for instance, are truly delectable.

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Obama Grill Restaurant and Bar

This is one of the Boracay restaurants located right on the beach. You get good views as you enjoy grilled food. This bar and grill is also a steakhouse. Be sure to try their shakes along with your favorite shake. The fries they serve are also quite commendable as well. They also serve a good deal of food from the local cuisine and a nice selection of seafood.

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Ole Spanish Restaurant

This is one of the Boracay restaurants that add a bit of Spanish flavor to the mix of various cuisines on the island. The ambiance here is pretty much like a little tropical snack bar. Just trying to read the items on their menu can make you sound very Spanish. Of course, the locals who eat here will basically go for the rice dishes but their Tapas do reel in a huge majority of their patrons. Afternoons are made more alive by their rather rich list of imported beers. Ole is right in D'Mall so it's very accessible.

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Paraiso Grill

This is one of the many Boracay restaurants that specialize on grilled food, which is now pretty common on the island nowadays. It's located on Station 2, making it very accessible to anyone. Like the many grill restaurants on the island, this one serves a load of seafood on their menu. If you haven't tried grilled lobster before then you'll enjoy how they grill it to perfection. Food prices here run along the lines of the average food prices in the island.

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Prana Restaurant

Health buffs and vegetarians will truly enjoy the cuisine served in this Boracay restaurant. The cuisine is basically organic and vegetarian drawing inspiration from both oriental and western cuisines. Another plus about this place is that some of the items they have on their menu are priced lower than the average food price on the island.

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Red Coconut

Red Coconut Resort's Coco Bar and Restaurant can really whip up a lot of delights for your palate. They simply keep every night alive with their seafood grills. Their grilled food has made quite a name on the island. Other than grilled food, they serve a variety of local and international cuisines. It's pretty much a popular place to hang out and unwind after the day has come and gone.

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Siam Chili

Those who are looking for a taste of Thai food are welcome to try the fiery fusions in Siam Chili. Some folks would like to think that the food here is the closest thing to authentic Thai cuisine. Well, as a matter of fact, the chef who is the mastermind behind the dishes on served on the trays to your table once worked in Thailand. Some of the dishes look really innocent, like the spring roll veggies. One bite is enough to convince anyone that it has that fiery twang. Note that the great food comes with a 10% service charge so prices will be jacked up slightly. This isn't a beachfront restaurant but can easily be found at Station 2. Juice Bar, Boracay Regency, and Lonely Planet Cafe are pretty close to Siam Chili.

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Smoke Restaurant

This is one of the many Boracay restaurants right on D'Mall. It's actually one of the inexpensive places to go to whenever you're hungry. They serve a lot of Filipino food but the star of their menu is their barbecue. If you're the type who loves to eat and munch a lot you'll be sure to enjoy the large servings they have in store for the guests. As a bit of a warning, expect to find a crowd dining here especially during peak season. The people who usually eat here are a mix of locals and foreigners. Their bulalo soup is also quite popular.

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Sea Breeze Cafe

This elegant cafe is one of the stars in Boracay Regency. It's located on the hotel's main beach wing and is right on the beach. If you're looking for a bit more than average dining experience then this cafe is a good option. Sure, there are a lot of buffet places in the island of Boracay but theirs is a few notches up by comparison. The attractive yet cozy ambiance sets up the dining mood quite nicely. However, do take note that the food prices here are a bit steep.

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Spider House

Spider House is one of the interesting places to dine in the island. It's one of the unique Boracay restaurants. It's located on the rocky shores of Diniwid Beach and is set amongst the rocks. The resort housing the little restaurant is natively pretty. The place takes on a rather ethnic appeal. They serve alcohol, which includes the local beer and some vodka.

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Starbucks Boracay

Starbucks invaded the sands of Boracay way back in 2009 bringing with them their all time favorite brews and concoctions. Their spot on the island is right on the beach which makes an afternoon or mid-morning coffee an irresistible option. Of course, they do serve their all time favorites like frappucino, cheesecake, banana loaf, and cafe mocha among many others. Of course, the prices are also a bit jacked up but it's well worth the price.

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Sun Central Cafe

This is a beachfront cafe that offers splendid views and the best of the local cuisine. The ambiance of this little cafe incorporates a lot of Polynesian themes. The funky little bamboo and wooden seats right on the beach blends well with the native original splendor of the old Boracay atmosphere. They also serve continental and Asian specialties among other things. The cafe is a short distance from D'Mall but it's still at Boat Station 2.

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The Original Hawaiian Bar-B-Que

They may spell barbecue in a bit of a funky way but they sure serve great ribs. If you're the type that doesn't care much about the ambiance as much as you care for the food then the grilled food served here is more than enough to curb any craving. Don't forget to order baked potatoes with your grilled food. Ambiance-wise, the place is alright, nothing that fancy, though a little cramped so to speak. The restaurant is located on Station 1, a pretty nice location on the island.

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The Tides Restaurant

The Tides Hotel has its own gem of a place to dine. It's actually one of the classiest Boracay restaurants you can find. Their chicken delicacies are quite commendable and the servings are pretty generous indeed. Veggie lovers will find their menu a delight and you'll find that it's one of the popular items on their menu. The hotel and restaurant is located right smack in between Station 1 and Station 2.

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Traviesa

This is also one of the fine samples of culinary diversity in the Philippines. This restaurant serves fine European cuisine and is one of the pearls in Asya Resort. This restaurant has built its name and fame as it has been highly recommended at one time in a New York Times travel review of Boracay. Enjoy a great fusion of European and Asian dishes with a touch of sophistication.

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True Food

This restaurant specializes in classic Indian food. Diners will get a one of a kind ambiance from this restaurant. The pillows at the dining area really make the place quite cozy. The items on their menu are special treats for vegetarians. Their naan bread is well recommended among the other items on their menu. You can even ask the spice to be adjusted to suit your taste in case you're not that fond of spicy food. It's a great place to hang out with friends and enjoy drinks along with good food.

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Wahine Restaurant

It's a Mongolian cuisine feast at budget food prices in Wahine Restaurant. However, if you don't fancy that then try the other stuff they have cooking. They also serve seafood and pizza. Food here is more affordable than the average food prices on the island, which makes it an interesting deal for backpackers. This restaurant is located at Diniwid Beach, safely tucked away from the party crowd.

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Yellow Cab Pizza

This is a pretty popular pizza place in the Philippines and they have made their way into Boracay. They specialize in New York style pizza and their serving sizes are larger than usual compared to the other local pizza parlors in the country. The ingredients are kept fresh and food is served hot. Food prices here are pretty much on average with the rates in the island. They also deliver pizza as an added convenience.

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Zhu Asian Cuisine

This is also one of the dining facilities in Boracay Regency and is located at the hotel's Main Beach Wing. Walking into the restaurant, you can immediately feel the Asian splendor. Of course, they serve Asian food, but their menu draws fine dishes from various countries on the eastern side of the globe. This restaurant serves lunches starting at 11 am and dinners usually come at 6 pm.

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Zuzuni

This is one of the rather stylish night time dinner places on Boracay. They serve Greek cuisine including some of the well-known seafood. Some people have rated the place as a bit of an average Boracay restaurant. The food is good but all in all, it was just an okay experience. Some of the items on the menu to look out for include tzatiziki, soulvaki, humus, and gyros. However, the star of any meal in this restaurant will have to go to their dessert. A special mention should be made about their choco melt parfait. This restaurant is located on Station 1.

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