If you are planning to spend your Boracay vacation eating out with gusto, check out our list of Top 10 Boracay Must-Eats list so that your tummy will constantly be satisfied!
There are a myriad of restaurants and cafés in Boracay offering all sorts of delicious bites, from Western to Eastern cuisines, through to local Filipino delicacies. But to make your food journey more exciting and to narrow down some options, here is a list of the Top 10 Boracay Must-Eats.
The Top 10 Boracay Must-Eats list is compiled in no particular order and on your next travel to Boracay, see if you can try at least one on this list.
Top 10 Boracay Must-Eats should definitely include local fares
1) Boracay Chori Burger
A sweet and sour (and sometimes spicy) pork sausage grilled and used as a patty, slapped inside a hotdog bun, drizzled with a special BBQ sauce and sold usually at around Php50 each. You can find these Boracay must-eats and other cheap Boracay street food in several BBQ stalls scattered along Boracay White Beach.
2) Beef Salpicao from Smoke Restaurant Boracay
A classic Filipino dish of stir-fried beef sirloin or tenderloin with loads of garlic and flavoured with paprika, pepper and Worcestershire, served as a generous rice topping for only Php99/serve. Smoke Restaurant Boracay also serves other mouth-watering Boracay must-eats – particularly Filipino dishes- such as Sizzling Squid, Bicol Express and Lechon Kawali.
The Greeks made it to the Top 10 Boracay Must-Eats!
3) Zuzuni Boracay’s Moussaka
A Greek national dish, but also one of the Boracay must-eats, made of baked eggplant with layers of meat and Bechamel sauce. The portion is huge and the dish is very filling. Zuzuni Boracay is a restaurant found at White Beach Boat Station 1 along the beachfront, and has a nice and cosy atmosphere. A great date place!
4) Cyma Boracay’s Spinach and Artichoke Fondue
A scrumptious appetizer that is rich and bursts with flavour has earned Cyma Boracay’s Spinach and Artichoke Fondue a place in the Top 10 Boracay Must-Eats list. Some of the ingredients include artichoke hearts, spinach (of course!), sun-dried tomatoes, and melted Feta cheese. Cyma Greek Taverna is found in D’Mall Boracay.
Top 10 Boracay Must-Eats include a Spanish dish and an all-time favourite comfort food-burger
5) Dos Mestizos’ Paella Negra
An authentic Spanish dish with a little twist. Also known as Squid Ink Paella, this dish fro, the popular Boracay restaurant, Dos Metizos, has a very distinct rich creamy flavour due to the slow cooking of rice simmered in squid ink and other spices. The restaurant is right next to the Boracay Police Station at White Beach Boat Station 3.
6) Burgerella at Bite Club Boracay
A ¼ pound pattie injected with Mozzarella cheese; with 2 complimentary toppings of your choice (they have an impressive list from crispy bacon to hickory sauce). Best paired with potato wedges or French fries too. Ultimate comfort food and an one of the slightly sinful Boracay must-eats!
We haven’t forgotten those with a sweet tooth in the Top 10 Boracay Must-Eats list!
7) Nutella Crêpe at Ti-braz Boracay
Hankering for an decadent dessert or snack? Then you must have the Nutella Crêpe at Ti-braz Boracay at White Beach Boat Station 1. The heavenly combination of the delicate, thin crêpe, nutella and vanilla ice cream is such sweet bliss that it had to make our Boracay must-eats list!
8 ) Calamansi Muffins at Real Coffee Boracay
A one-of-a-kind tasty menu option from Real Coffee Boracay that your tastebuds will forever thank you for. A sumptuous, moist and zesty muffin with some bite uses as its key ingreditn the local-grown fruit, Calamansi (also known as cumquat). Yum!
9) Lemon i Cafe’s Lemon Tarts
Ideal for desserts, Lemon i Café’s Lemon Tarts have sweet and tangy flavour that compliments the palette nicely after that big grilled seafood and meat feast that Boracay offers plenty of . While at Lemon i Cafe, try another of the Boracay must-eats: their Chocolate Mousse – simply divine!
10) Fruit Shakes from Jonah’s Fruit Shake and Snack Bar
Okay – so not REALLY an eating object… but we HAD to categorise it into the Boracay must-eats list anyway because Jonah’s Fruit Shakes are not to be missed. Of course, who wouldn’t love a refreshing fruit shake made from the abundant tropical fruits available, for a refreshing reprieve from the piping hot sun? Especially if it’s from the institution that is Boracay’s own Jonah’s Fruit Shake and Snack Bar! Order the infamous Mango Shake or some of their other popular fuit combos such as Choco Banana.
Whatever your craving, all you need to do is take a stroll along Boracay’s White Beach and you are bound to find a Boracay restaurant, cafe or a food stall serving the delicious dishes. Keep your eye out for the delights listed above as Top 10 Boracay Must-Eats, try them out and let us know what you think!