A Foodie's Guide to Boracay | Where to Eat
The Husband and I visited the stunningly beautiful white-sand island in the Philippines, Boracay, and spent 5 days there for our babymoon. We most spent our time relaxing on the beach, swimming in the turquoise blue waters and eating our way around town (you can see my complete travel guide to Boracay here). After hearing not that great things about the food in Boracay, we were hesitant in trying new restaurants and food before reading reviews online, and explored quite a bit before we narrowed down where to eat. Luckily we discovered quite a few gems, and below you can see the restaurants and cafes we loved and highly recommend. Also, scroll down for a map of all the restaurants mentioned in this post.
Thanks to a friend's recommendation we ended up at this stunning cafe (it's an Instagrammer's dream!), located in Station X. They serve next-level lattes and food, and also some of the best desserts on the island. (See my full review of Little Wave here). Order their Salted Cream Ice Latte, and thank me later!
Located right on the sand under the palm trees, sits this beautiful Moroccan restaurant ideal for a date night. We ordered the Chicken with Preserved Lemons and Olives, and Marinated Aubergines (seriously one of the BEST meals of my life!).
Located on the beach, and in the stylish District Hotel, you'll find House Brew Cafe. They offer healthy meals such as Acai bowls and salads, not-so-healthy options like hamburgers, a few vegetarian options, and also sweet and savory crepes.
This cafe lured me in with their outdoor seating and gorgeous interiors, filled with greenery, floral prints and bright colors; the ideal spot for an early breakfast and latte. They serve some delicious breakfast pancakes and also the BEST carrot cake in town!
If you're craving something healthy, look no further than Hoy, Panga. Located right on the beach in Station 2, overlooking the blue seas and palm trees, you'll find this healthy cafe serving smoothie bowls, fresh juice, fruit bowls and other delicious dishes.
If you want your fix of gyros, moussaka and feta, then this Greek restaurant in Station 2 is the place to go. They're super popular and dishes sell out quickly, so go there early (preferably lunch time) to avoid disappointment. We tried both the Lamb Ribs and the Lamb Gyro and both were DELICIOUS. Their portions aren't very large, so consider getting a variety of dishes for the table to share.
For more information about this magical island, you can have a look at my complete Guide to Boracay, and find out how to get there, how to get around, where to stay, and other good-to-know-before-you-go tips. If you have any other questions, feel free to send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Foodie's Guide to Boracay MAP
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