For sure, Boracay is universally known for its white, pristine, and world-class beaches. Many tourists flock to the famous beach all year round, and with the recent rehabilitation of the tourist destination has led to major improvements. That includes the food places Boracay has to offer, because who wouldn’t want a savory meal or a hearty snack after a day’s worth of beaching, right? So, here are the top 10 must-try food places while you’re on the beautiful island of Boracay.

1. Dos Mestizos

With a name that means ‘two mixed-race men’ in Spanish, diners are surely in for a treat in this family-run restaurant specializing in humble Filipino-Castilian dishes. Dos Mestizos is widely known as one of the most successful restaurants in Boracay, having served patrons more than a decade already. Serving a selection of soups, tapas and five types of paella, Dos Mestizos is definitely worth a try.

  • Opening hours: 11AM – 10:30PM
  • Address: Main Road Station 1, Boracay, Philippines
  • Contact numbers: (036) 288 5786

2. Nonie’s

Focusing on hearty and healthy meals, Nonie’s is known as a sustainable enterprise highlight locally-sourced produce and the freshest ingredients from suppliers in the community. As with fresh ingredients, vegetarian options are really great here.

  • Opening hours: 11AM – 9PM
  • Address: Sunset Road, Banwa it Malay, Lalawigan ng Aklan, Philippines
  • Contact numbers: 0912 394 8948

3. The Sunny Side Café

Offering all-day contemporary breakfast meals, Sunny Side Café is a very popular spot especially to those who are seeking scrumptious brunch after a night of drinking. Both Filipino and American breakfast cuisines are readily available here.

  • Opening hours: 7AM – 7PM
  • Address: Station 3, Beachfront 5608, Boracay, Philippines
  • Contact numbers: (036) 288 2874

4. D’ Talipapa

Seafood markets across the Philippines offer ‘paluto’ services, or ‘to have someone to cook’, and D’ Talipapa in Boracay is no exception. D’ Talipapa wet market allows diners to choose the freshest catch of the day – lobsters, crabs, fish, shrimps, and more.

  • Opening hours: 5AM – 12AM
  • Address: Boracay, Aklan, Philippines
  • Contact numbers: N/A

5. Spicebird

Located inside D’Mall in Boracay, this restaurant is very popular for its ‘piri piri’ or bird’s eye chili marinade. Large portions of meat from pork and chicken are barbequed, where most are soaked up to 36 hours in their famous marinades.

  • Opening hours: 11AM – 10PM
  • Address: D’Mall Boracay, Station 2, 5608 Boracay, Philippines
  • Contact numbers: (036) 288 1302

6. Two Seasons

Their famous Four-Cheese Pizza is definitely a must try even though it is your first time to visit Boracay Island. Aside from its scrumptious food, the place is popular for its laidback atmosphere and friendly staff.

  • Opening hours: Always Open
  • Address: Station 1, Boracay 5608, Philippines
  • Contact numbers: 0917 566 5811

7. Coco Mama

Speaking of desserts, Coco Mama is perfect in beating the heat while taking laps around the shores of Boracay. Their Coconut Ice Cream with Mango slices is definitely a treat, environmentally speaking, their desserts are served in cute coconut shells.

  • Opening hours: 10AM – 9:30PM
  • Address: D’Mall Boracay, Station 2, 5608 Boracay, Philippines
  • Contact numbers: (036) 288 1301

8. Prana

Known as the signature restaurant of the Mandala Bay and Spa, Prana serves affordable haute cuisine using local produce sourced from their urban farms. Healthy dishes are the main go-to choose here, as they are of Filipino and Thai origins mostly.

  • Opening hours: 9AM – 6PM
  • Address: Station 3, Ambulong, Barangay Manoc-Manoc, Boracay Island, Malay, Aklan, Province 5608 Boracay, Philippines
  • Contact numbers: 0945 398 1116

9. Subo

Literally meaning a ‘mouthful’ in Filipino, Subo is Boracay’s signature typical Filipino restaurant yet with a twist. Though they serve usual Filipino dishes such as shrimp sinigang, they add more spices to make it unique. The overall ambience of the place is also tropical, truly representing what a vacation really is in the Philippines like.

  • Opening hours: Always open
  • Address: Station 1, Boracay 5608, Philippines
  • Contact numbers: 0946 505 3659

10. Poketo

Poketo (meaning pocket or tiny) offers the most delectable options – from Yakitori sticks and Poke bowls. Most of their food here are really budget friendly and very delectable, especially their tsukune or chicken balls.

  • Opening hours: Always Open
  • Address: Station 1, Street Market, Boracay 5608, Philippines
  • Contact numbers: 0999 884 0624

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