One thing I consistently look forward to whenever I am
in Boracay is the food trip. There are simply so many
choices especially since business owners have flocked
to the island to try out different food concepts.
This article only mentions just some of the places I like
to go back to every trip.
Aria now has a branch in Bonifacio Global Centrale
in High Street but nothing beats eating in the original
outlet right by the entrance of D' Mall. Somehow I can
never bring myself to walk in the one here in Manila
because I am set in my ways that Aria pastas
and pizzas are best enjoyed with a view of the beach
and your feet on the sand.
My father likes sushi so I brought him to Hama Japanese Restaurant which is the
best Japanese restaurant in Boracay. We had late lunch there so we were the only
customers. Having said that, service was fast and very efficient. I have to say this
because there are other establishments that literally go with the flow as in service
is also slow during slow hours.
Jonah's Fruitshake is still my top pick for a drink to beat the scorching heat.
They now serve food as well but I still go only for the fruit shake. You can try
a different flavor every time you drop by and you will find yourself still not
having tried everything at the end of your vacation.
I don't know if it's just the probinsiyana in me but
my default choice for big group meals will always be
the D' Talipapa. Although as I said there were many
other restaurants to try, my family ate there during
our first night and last night. The boys, especially
the older people, always have fun buying in
the wet market. For some reason, we eat more
whenever we're at the talipapa. I guess because
there's a home-y feel to it.
Next year, no matter how hard
it is for me because I like
sticking to what I like already,
I will try the other places
too and will let you know if we
have new food finds.