As summer’s fast approaching, a lot of us are booking flights to local tourist destinations with Boracay being on top of our list. If you’re currently on the lookout for hotels to book and which tours to take, you should definitely add these cafes to for your itinerary, too! Trust us, your coffee and food cravings will be satisfied!
Cha Cha’s Boracay (@chachasboracay)
Cha Cha’s Boracay is a fun quirky cafe that serves coffee, smoothies, and delectable food options during the day then transforms into a fun hangout at night. You get the value of what you’re paying for as they serve generous portions and they’re beautifully plated, too! Take it from us, you should give their bestselling Winner, Winner Fried Chicken and Waffles a try. Plus, who wouldn’t want waffles and coffee if you’re in an all-day breakfast mood?
Café del Sol
If you’re strolling by the beach front, you definitely won’t miss Cafe del Sol that’s right in front of D’Mall in Station 2. This charming cafe has been serving coffee and pastries since 2003—their mango cheesecake is a crowd-favorite! They serve all-day breakfast, too! So enjoy sipping your favorite Americano anytime you please.
Little Wave Boracay (@littlewaveboracay)
Little Wave may be an island newbie compared to the other stops on this list, but don’t underestimate their specialty coffee that packs an interesting punch. Located inside Hue Hotel in Station 2, Little Wave serves one of the best coffees on the island with special brews from their coffee partners, EDSA Beverage Design Group, The Curator, Yardstick, and Exchange Alley Coffee House! For iced coffee lovers out there, we suggest trying Death Cream, a double-shot espresso topped with rich creamy custard! You should see this chic modern cafe for yourself because it is not only home to delicious lattes, pastas, sandwiches and more but it’s Insta-worthy, too!
Original Real Coffee and Tea Café (@realcoffeeboracayoriginal)
Since 1996, Real Coffee has been a go-to for many. This cafe has a simple look but the rich taste of their brewed coffee is unlike any other! Other than that, who could forget their famous Calamansi Muffins? If you ask us, you should definitely get your hands on this delicious dessert as early as possible since they sell out fast. But good things come in pairs, and we do think the bitterness of their coffee and the citrus-flavored muffins are perfect combo!
Lemoni Café Boracay (@lemonicafe.boracay)
Lemoni Cafe is a beautiful artsy establishment at the heart of D’ Mall. If you’re on the lookout for another IG-worthy cafe, their lush interiors set the perfect laidback island vibe. This cafe is made for early birds as they’re open to serve you as early as 7 a.m. Pastries are baked daily, so expect your new potential favorite to be freshly-made! We also love how their Vittoria organic arabica coffee is thoughtfully sourced from coffee farms from all over the world!
Cafe Maruja (@boracay.cafemaruja)
Just on the beachfront of Station 3, this cafe had been a go-to place for tourists because of their dark and rich Arabica coffee that suits right to any coffee lover’s taste. Nutella fans rejoice because their Iced Nutella Latte is a must-try! Plus, if you prefer a cozy and more laid back ambiance versus the hustle and bustle of Station 2, Care Maruja is definitely for you.