Boracay Places to Eat
Boracay is home to one of the finest beaches in the country! Here you can take a stroll at the very fine white beach and simply enjoy the scenario. However, that can only be enjoyed in the wee hours of the morning because due to the many businesses that have put up resort after resort in Boracay making it “crowded”.
In terms of food, you would be surprised at the different kinds of food that you can eat in Boracay. You can opt to splurge in restaurants that offers food that would equal prices at fine dining restaurants in Manila, stuff yourself with nightly buffets or if you are on a budget, there would still be a place for you to eat. In terms of cuisine, you can have you choice of Asian, Greek, Italian, Mediterranean, American, Filipino and many more! With so many choices, we had a hard time on deciding where to eat in Boracay. Allow me to compile a list of places that you can visit during your stay.
In no particular order…
Budget Meals in Boracay
If you want to eat without leaving a hole in your wallet, you should visit these places.
- Smoke Resto (D’Mall Palengke)
- D’Talipapa (Station 2)
- Big Momma’s (Station 1)
- 928 Café and Grill (Station 2)
- Mikay’s Cuisine and Bar (D’Mall Palengke)
Best Restaurants in Boracay
Different cuisines for you to choose from but do prepare your wallet!
- Cyma (D’Mall) – Greek
- Zuzuni (Station 1) – Greek
- Ole (D’Mall) – Spanish
- Dos Mestizos (Stations 3)- Spanish
- Gastof (Station 2) – said to be the best ribs in Boracay
- I Love Backyard BBQ (D’Mall) – Ribs
- Aria (D’Mall) – Italian
- Don Vito Ristorante Italiano (D’Mall) – Spanish
- Jammers (D’Mall) – Burgers
- Bite Club Grilled Burgers (D’Mall) – Burgers
- Manana (Station 1) – Mexican
Snacks / Desserts in Boracay
You must try these!
- Jonah’s Fruit Shake and Snack Bar (Station 1)- Banana Choco Peanut and Mango Banana
- Zuzini (Station 1) – Mati Chocolate Sin
- Lemon I Café (D’ Mall)– Lemon café cheesecake and Belgian chocolate flourless cake
- Cafe del Sol – Baked Cheesecake , Mango Cheesecake
- Chori Burger – From numerous vendors along the area.
Best Buffets in Boracay
Why go for ala carte when you can have buffet? Fill your tummies with a grilled seafood, Filipino dishes and many more! Most of these can be found along Station 2 and Station 3.
- Sea Breeze Café – PHP 570+
- Friday’s Buffet
- Sunset Grill – PHP 250
- Bugs Grill – PHP 300
- Ale – PHP 350
- La Carmela de Boracay – PHP 470
I hope this helps in your quest on where to eat in Boracay. This is by no means a complete list so if you have more suggestions, please let me know in the comments below and I’ll add it to the list.
Till next time,
Restaurant by Location: Boracay