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Meilleurs restaurants

Café
“Our favorite brunch spot. Inventive menu for when you want something a little different from the usual Filipino or American breakfast. Amazing pancakes but be warned, servings are very big so we highly recommend sharing.”
  • Recommandé par 13 habitants
Gastropub
“In the late 1800's Filipino intellectuals and warrior-poets started using the word "Indio" (a derogatory term to refer to the Islands' natives) as a badge of honor and a source of pride. They eventually formed a society that fought for reforms and more rights for their countrymen and called themselves "Los Indios Bravos" --- The Brave Natives. This gastropub is a tribute to all those pioneering men for we too are breaking new ground in Boracay as we are the first to showcase all-Filipino handcrafted beers on tap paired with classic pub food from all over the world.”
  • Recommandé par 9 habitants
Restaurant espagnol
“Authentic Spanish food and great ambiance. Go for paella and sangria. Live music Thursdays to Sundays. They also have a deli where you can get the best bread on the island.”
  • Recommandé par 12 habitants
Adresse pour Petit Déjeuner
“Our go to place in D'Mall. Try their Mango Lasi, Nath's favorite. I like thier home made yogurt with granola for breakfast”
  • Recommandé par 12 habitants
Centre commercial
“At D-mall you'll find a lot of shops and restaurants. It's crowded with a lot o tourists.”
  • Recommandé par 7 habitants
Restaurant
“Great for lunch. Delicious, healthy food highlighting locally sourced ingredients. They make their own bread daily, as well as sauces and marinades from scratch. Thier seasonal menu highlights fresh Filipino ingredients. ”
  • Recommandé par 8 habitants
Restaurant
“Smoke Restaurant’s menu is mainly comprised of Filipino dishes. However, the meals are prepared in such a way as to appeal even to foreign taste buds. Aside from these, the restaurant also serves a wide selection of food, such as beef and seafood dishes, pasta, sandwiches, and others. Their specialties include Bicol Express, Bulalo, Chicken Curry, Lechon Kawali, Sinigang, and Stuffed Squid with Sizzled Vegetables. Smoke Restaurant has a very affordable price range of 100 to 120 pesos, with some meals even costing as low as 50 pesos. A beer to go with the meal costs about 30 pesos. Since Filipino appetites are smaller than those of foreigners, however, servings likewise tend to be rather small. But since the dishes are affordable, customers can order as much as they like without spending too much. What’s even more interesting is that Smoke Restaurant actually allows their customers to bring their own food! That is, they can bring some raw food with them and have the restaurant cook it according to their specifications. One can buy raw meat, seafood or any other item from the nearby Boracay Wet Market and have the restaurant prepare it for them. The price of the resulting dish would depend on the raw food’s weight and on the method of cooking.”
  • Recommandé par 5 habitants
Restaurant indien
“True Food Indian Cuisine “Flavors of India” True Food Indian Cuisine has soft pillows where you can relax as you wait for your delicious Indian dish specially prepared by an authentic Sri Lankan master chef. Everything that you hoped would be on an Indian food menu should be here. Try the Lamb Rogan Josh, Fresh Juice Shakes & Chicken Dishes!”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants

Cafés

Adresse pour Petit Déjeuner
“Our go to place in D'Mall. Try their Mango Lasi, Nath's favorite. I like thier home made yogurt with granola for breakfast”
  • Recommandé par 12 habitants
Café
“This Boracay Starbucks branch has one of the best views in the Philippines. This two-storey building offers friendly and attentive staff with an open-air veranda on its second floor. If you know what you want, the Starbucks Café in Boracay gives access to the standard coffee fare that you’re used to back home. However, the views of the white sandy beach and turquoise-coloured ocean set this spot apart from the rest of its locations worldwide.”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
Cafe
“Must try their native brewed coffee & calamansi muffins. Calamansi muffins is perfect too for a souvenir (pasalabong) from Boracay.”
  • Recommandé par 3 habitants
Café
“Our philosophy of impacting lives from seed and leaf to cup is steeped in everything we do. By staying connected to the people for whom coffee and tea is a livelihood, we go beyond fair wages by giving back to the plantations, estates, and communities that grow our products by supporting their financial, educational, and medical needs. Cultivating these close ties benefits everyone; from the local growers to our global customers who get to taste the benefits of our partnerships.”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Bed & Breakfast
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
Cafe
“A COZY LOCAL CAFÉ IN ONE THE WORLD'S BEST ISLAND CALLED BORACAY, WE OPENED OUR SHOP ON DECEMBER 2017 AND STARTED SELLING SOME OF OUR PASTRIES, CREPÊ, WAFFLE,GELLATO, MILKSHAKE AND COFFEE MIXED WITH NUTELLA AND IT HAS BECOME POPULAR SPOT FOR TOURIST AND LOCAL-RESIDENT IN THE ISLAND OUR LOCATION IS IN BEACH FRONT WITH AMAZING SEA VIEW AND NATIVE DESIGN OF LOUNGE TO ENJOY EATING, DRINKING, AND SMOKING HOOKAH WE USE LOCAL AND SPECIALTY COFFEE BEANS THAT IS CRAFTED WITH CARE EVERY SINGLE TIME”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
Hôtel
Café
“They have the best coffee and snacks on the island. Of course we have Starbucks and Tom n Toms on the island too. ”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant