BORACAY FOOD: Where to Eat in Boracay Island, Philippines

Everyone knows Boracay. Because of the excitement and fun this island brings, a lot of travelers from around the world are wanting to go here. The fine white sand beach, the azure water, the activities, stores, and a lot more. Boracay is really the perfect place for that ideal vacation! 

Boracay Food Where to Eat in Boracay Island
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Boracay surely offers moments that would fill your experience with great memories. But as travelers, we should consider the place that would fill our stomach too. So the main question would come up, where to eat in Boracay? What are the best restaurants, cafes, or bars on the island? 

Boracay Food Where to Eat in Boracay Island
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In this article, we listed the best and most visited bars and restaurants in this wonderful tourist spot. This list would help you decide where you should eat in case you’re craving for some delicious local or international cuisine.

1. Wave Bar and Lounge at Henann Regency Resort & Spa

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Have a chilling night at Wave Bar and Lounge at Hennan Regency Resort and Spa. This bar offers various drinks and shisha. Friendly staff and lively music make this place the best for party-goers. Being one of the most popular bars in Boracay, it is not surprising that it is filled with visitors. So if you’re a club person and in for a night o remember, you know where to go. 

Price range: PHP 100.00 – PHP 300.00

Operating hours: 05:00 PM – 03:00 AM (Mon-Sun)

Address: Beachfront, Station 2 | Henann Regency Resort & Spa, Malay, Aklan Province 5608, Philippines

2. Cha Cha’s

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Various menus can be found here at Cha Cha’s. From seafood, tacos, soup, pizza, grill meat, some Filipino food, and desserts. All your cravings are here! For drinks, they have smoothies, shakes, and cocktails for people who are not heavy drinkers. And what’s the best is they have different kinds of alcohol like wine, beer, rum, whiskey, tequila, vodka, gin, and even sake. What more can you ask for?

Price range: PHP 100.00 – PHP 6,000.00

Operating hours: 06:00 AM – 12:00 AM (Mon-Sun)

Address: Station 2 Beachfront, Brgy. Balabag, Malay, Malay, Aklan Province 5608, Philippines

3. Trattoria Stella

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A family-run restaurant that serves awesome Italian cuisine. You can taste the freshness of homemade pasta and seafood. The smell and the aesthetic preparation of the food will make you drool. Have your favorite lasagna and ravioli which is one of the most popular in their menu. 

Price range: PHP 300.00 – PHP 750.00

Operating hours: 10:30 AM – 03:00 PM / 06:00 PM – 09:00 PM (Thu-Tue)

Address: Diniwid Beach Road, Malay, Aklan Province 5608, Philippines

4. The Pig Out Bistro

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Have the best-tasting seafood at The Pig Out Bistro. Serving the freshest seafood in town, this seafood restaurant is surely a hidden gem. Have you ever heard of a crab burger? They have it here! And it would not disappoint you. Not at all. Their tasty seafood recipe and friendly and accommodating staff are just one of the reasons why customers always go back. 

Price range: PHP 200.00 – PHP 550.00

Operating hours:  07:00 AM – 10:00 PM (Mon-Sun)

Address: Boracay Hwy Central | Balabag, Malay, Aklan Province 5608, Philippines

5. Nonie’s

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Craving for some local cuisine? Nonie’s has the best Filipino food in Boracay. This restaurants surely knows how to capture their customers’ tastebuds. Plus, they also offer vegan-friendly menus. Serving quality and healthy food, it’s not surprising that Nonie’s is one of the most visited restaurants in Boracay.

Price range: PHP 260.00 – PHP 520.00

Operating hours: 09:00 AM – 10:00 PM (Mon-Sun)

Address: Station X Hue Hotel and Resorts Station 2 Boracay Main Road | Luana Hotel, G/f, Malay, Aklan Province 5608, Philippines

6. The Sunny Side Cafe

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A must-visit cafe in Boracay. The Sunny Side Cafe serves breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner. They have a wide range of menus. If you want to have a good meal at the beachfront, then you should head here. A lot of customers like their pancakes. But serving both American and Filipino cuisine, all their foods are mouth-watering. 

Operating hours: 07:00 AM – 10:00 PM (Mon-Sun)

Address: Station 3 Beachfront | Boracay Sands Hotel, Malay, Aklan Province 5608, Philippines

7. SpiceBird

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Drooling for some Portuguese cuisine? Make your way to Spicebird and try their mouth-watering food. Have a taste of their popular Piri-Piri or Peri-Peri Chicken. This dish is filled with the spiciness of Piri-Piri chilli from Africa. With the help of a Portuguese cook, it brings out the delicious flavor of the chicken with a perfect combination of that certain spice. 

Price range: PHP 100.00 – PHP 500.00

Operating hours: 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM (Mon-Sun)

Address: Unit 108 D’Mall Plaza, Malay, Aklan Province, Philippines

8. Mama’s Fish House

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Another restaurant that would satisfy your seafood cravings. Mama’s Fish House offers not only fresh seafood but also quality dishes. By dining here, make sure that you’ll have the taste of their tune steak. The freshness of the seafood is awesome that eating them would be one of the most satisfying meals you will ever have. They also offer Filipino favorite cuisines to complete your cravings. 

Price range: PHP 150.00 – PHP 750.00

Operating hours: 06:30 AM – 12:00 AM (Mon-Sun)

Address: Diniwid Beach Front, Boracay – Malay, Aklan, Malay, Aklan Province 5608, Philippines

9. Dos Mestizos

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Focusing on seafood, Mediterranean, European, and Spanish cuisine. Dos Mestizos will fill your stomach with goodness. Don’t forget to try their chicken paella that would make you drool. So if you want to have a taste of European dishes, you know where to go.

Price range: PHP 520.00 – PHP 1,050.00

Operating hours: 10:00 AM – 12:00 AM (Mon-Sun)

Address: Calle Remedios, Malay, Aklan Province 5608, Philippines

10. Los Indios Bravos Boracay

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Offering a variety of food with Filipino twist, Los Indios Bravos will surely make you want for more. Aside from their seafood and various menus, they also offer craft beers. A lot of choices from appetizers, salad, sandwiches, traditional pub pies, meat, and dessert. Aside from the great ambiance, these delicious foods are really a must-try.

Price range: PHP 260.00 – PHP 1,560.00

Operating hours: 11:00 AM – 11:00 PM (Mon-Sun)

Address: 704 Sitio Pinaongon | White House Beach Resort, Malay, Aklan Province 5608, Philippines

These restaurants are just suggestions, although they’re the most popular and one of the best, it still depends on your tastebuds. There might be some other food that you want to try. But we can assure you that the food here would make your trip more memorable.  

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Written by Fatima Turla

Fatima is a full-time writer of Two Monkeys Travel. Her first major trip was in 2016 and got really interested in traveling. She also enjoys learning languages and other country’s cultures. She has a goal to visit at least one country each year and share her experiences with other people through writing or blogging. Witness her journey by following her on Instagram.

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