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9 Places Where You Can Get Good Food in Boracay

Time to reward yourself after working hard for that LaBoracay bod.
9 Places Where You Can Get Good Food in Boracay
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Time to reward yourself after working hard for that LaBoracay bod.

You might be surprised to discover that there’s more to Boracay than just sun, sand, and surf. Already a global beach destination, the famous island only needed one thing to be truly world-class: amazing food. In the last few years, Boracay has built an impressive repertoire of must-try eats, all joining the ranks of Two Seasons’ legendary Oyster Sisig and Four-Cheese Pizza and Jonah’s essential fruit shakes. Here are nine places you must visit for the ultimate food crawl in Boracay!

1. Street Market

Boracay’s first and so far only food hall, it has seven concessionaires featuring food you won’t find anywhere else in the island: poke, yakitori, Southeast Asian fare, Neapolitan pizzas, and more.

Where to find it: Station X, Jetty Port Road

Try: Fat Rice, Percy’s, Po Ke To

2. Spicebird

Boracay’s only legit Peruvian joint with perfect roasted chicken and piri-piri sauces you’d want to take home.

Where to find it: D’Mall, Station 2

Try: Piri-Piri Chicken Board 1/4 chicken, P295; 1/2 chicken, P495

3. Super Magic Burger

Find freshly ground parties that taste just as good when turned into meatballs.

Where to find it: Station X, Jetty Port Road

Try: Supermagic Classic with Cheese, P215

4. Sunny Side Café

The island’s best café gives everyone a reason to trek all the way to Station 3.

Where to find it: White Beach Path, Sands Hotel

Try: Shakshuka, P190; Ube Pancakes, P420

5. Little Wave

Think of it as Sunny Side Café 2.0. This coffee shop serves serious brews with even more serious food.

Where to find it: Station X, Jetty Port Road

Try: The homemade pastas

6. Nonie’s

Sort of healthy vegetarian food with a twist that won’t leave you feeling deprived.

Where to find it: Station X, Jetty Port Road

Try: Pandan and Pineapple Pancakes, P280

7. Coco Mama

Coconut ice cream that's 100% local. That’s all you need to remember.

Where to find it: D’Mall, Station 2

Try: The one with mangoes

8. Cha-Cha’s Beach Café

Helmed by the Raintree Group, this seaside café lets you indulge in an extensive menu that features everything from breakfast to tropical versions of Chef Kalel Chan’s specialties.

Where to find it: Coast, Station 2

Try: Cold Seafood Platter, P1500; Winner Winner Fried Chicken, P350

9. Prisma

A new tropical bar helmed by the same folks behind award-winning ABV.

Where to find it: Station X, Jetty Port Road

Try: Frosé, P320

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*This article originally appeared in Preview Magazine August 2017 issue.

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