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Boracay Street Food
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Boracay Street Food

Looking for good food, especially for the adventurous budget traveler, can mean meandering the beach paths of Boracay and stumbling upon open-air stalls. The savory smells of soy seasoning, chillies, fried pork fat and gizzard cling to your hair, permeate your skin, and assail your nostrils; then the heady smell of grilled meat cloaked in […]

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Dine Beachfront Tonight at Red Coconut
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Red Coconut

Great food, the best evening ambiance by the beach, in the liveliest part of Boracay White Beach Station 2. There’s also a beautifully lit swimming pool, the hip Coco Bar, and the cozy Coco Cafe — all beachfront, too! Article and photo by Boracaymagazine.wordpress.com

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Real Boracay at Real Coffee and Tea Cafe
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The Boracay of today has bigger and fancier modern establishments compared to the time in the 1990s when there was just Real Coffee and Tea Café and other nipa-style abodes. However, long-time Boracay aficionados and new visitors alike flock to this humble place “where great minds meet,” not just to enjoy an all-day breakfast menu, […]

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20
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Holy Smoke
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Smoke Resto Boracay's bestseller bulalo or beef soup

It is common in small communities to have places where locals like to hang out away from the tourist traffic that invades White Beach. In these discreet places—the island’s best kept secrets—people come together to feel the warmth and sense of community. For many, it is the simple comfort food of Smoke Resto that does it. Owned and managed by Rea Anchores and her husband Ancho, the restaurant has won not just the loyalty of locals and tourists alike, but also a Best Bulalo award in 2011 on the website So Pinoy sponsored by Unilever.

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