Must-try dining spots in Boracay to feast and indulge

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It must be the sea breeze and the multi-cultural mix populating the island, but Boracay has brought about great restaurants over the past decades.

Beachfront dining spots are incomparable but uncovering hidden gems that even some e-trikes drivers are unfamiliar with, but local food enthusiasts do, is such a thrill.

The month of April saw a few brand new openings and old favorites. Here's a list of trendy restos to indulge your appetite.



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A newly opened Indian restaurant in D'Mall at Station 2 by Patrick and Shria Florencio of Nonie's and Muchos. It was operational in April this year but was already dishing out the menu at Nonie's since the pandemic. The concept was born when residents ordered through a Facebook food page during the island's lockdown.

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Another newcomer to the gastronomy scene. Nowie and Odette Potenciano is the owner of the premier seafood site, and their spot is lodged in a new building at the centermost of Station 1 across Willy's Rock. Order their Percy Seafood Cocktail, a huge bowl of fresh prawns, oysters, scallops, mussels, and clams on ice, spritz them with lemon, and you're set to enjoy the sunset.

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Voglia Pizza is located at the food hall of Station X situated along the main road. It is a concept that resulted from a negative experience. After getting disappointed by a pizzeria's denial to deliver to his subdivision, Karl Espinosa Maridable, the owner of Voglia Pizza PH, decided to make his own Naples-style pizza.

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Suppose you are craving Singapore's famous Kaya toast, head on to Chan's. Another newcomer to the island that serves Kaya toast with two impeccably soft-boiled eggs on the side to dip your toast. Chan's is settled at Station X Food hall in Station 3.

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It is arguably home to the truest Latin American menu on Boracay island. Its floor-to-ceiling glass walls permit the area to flood with natural light and captivating ocean views. Mosaic is one of the three restaurants of Crimson Resort & Spa.

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Discovery Shores Boracay at Station 1 could satisfy your burger cravings with their Burger Library. Its namesake Shores Burger, Kpop Burger containing kimchi slaw, and their brimming Eggy Brekky burger made of U.S. Angus beef patty, special dressing, sunny-side-up egg, bacon, and cheese, are just some of the selections to choose from.

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Their Curried Shank and Tendon with Noodles and their Prawn Paste Chicken Wings are foolproof to provide you with a genuine Chinese taste. Quench your dim sum and noodle appetites at POPO Teahouse in Hue Hotels and Resorts at Station 2.

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The island's best all-day breakfast joint and one food stop you wouldn't want to miss at the beachfront of Station 3. They offer all our favorite comfort food, from the classic Chori Burgers to Bacon and Mango Grilled Cheese sandwiches.

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Tucked in the cozy interiors of Streetmarket at Station X, Fat Rice serves mouthwatering Asian food like Malaysia's Beef Rendang and Vietnamese Cha Ca La Vong. A sure way of transporting you to these culinary regions and letting your taste buds do the talking.



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