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QUESTION NO. 11:
WHERE IS THE BEST PLACE TO EAT IN BORACAY? And why?
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MANgo RAY AS A HANG-OUT - KAHLIL VIRINA
While my wife and I stayed at the comfy SandCastles Resort this past December on our honeymoon, we found
"ManRay" to be our regular hang out. From their Swedish roclette to the native favorite grilled calamaris, we found this
wonderful recluse an authentic treat. Coming from New York City, it was especially convenient to enjoy the luxury of
such a diverse selection that was fit for even the most discriminating palette. Two thumbs up for ManRay!
MOONDOG OR FRIDAY'S - R. AGUILAR
The best place to eat in Boracay in the Moondog or Friday's.Better yet, might as well cook your own food when
everything you buy is fresh. Also, stay at Rudy's Place behind the church. All the amenities that you need is provided and
the rent and accommodation is reasonable.
MOrimar beach resort - BUBUT BALUYOT
At Morimar Beach Resort, the food is really good, from local to foreign dishes, and the price is reasonable.
THAI CUISINE AT SAND CASTLES - danny cabral
I found one place to eat that suited my taste. It's the restaurant of Sand Castles. Food is great, especially their Thai
cuisine and their breakfast meals. Filipino breakfast is grreat - at about 240 pesos, it's good to start the day with and
considering food prices at Boracay, their cost is reasonable.
LE SOLEIL IS THE TOP OF THE LIST - canopy
Top of the list - LE SOLEIL Restaurant
Very highly recomended. Buffet offers a wide variety of really good food. Fine dining, good ambience. At very
affordable price - PhP 280.00!!! Children dine for free too! Next - El Centro Restaurant for the best grilled Blue Marlin
Steaks. Big, thick, succulent steaks at Php 120.00!!Try their fresh fruit shakes and juices. Not the canned variety. Tall
glasses at PhP 35.00 only. For the best lobster dinner, you wouldn't find it at any restaurant. Get your own lobsters fresh
from the market in the morning and have your friendly restaurant cook prepare it for you for a token fee. Enjoy!!
HAVE STAYED AND STILL HERE! - SHEILA MARIE MANTUA
These are my best places to eat in boracay: believe me...i've stayed and still here for long.... :)
for spicy indian cuisine - true foods.. quite costly though
for great pizza - pizza da mario, la capaninna, pizza da baffo
for cheap yet satisfying pinoy food - jasper's tapsilog atbp. (formerly RJ's tapsilog atbp.)
for yum,yum ice cream - ice rock cafe
for thai cuisine - sulu tha
for best beef terreyaki - chez de paris
for best crepes - french crepes at red coconut, chez de paris
for real paella - red coconut
for pastries, smoked ham sandwich - english bakery (try their scottish short bread too!)
best tenderloin tips (cheap too! 24 hrs.) - sea lovers
best eat all you can - mongolian barbecue at greenyard
clubhouse sandwich? - morimar
exciting way to order food? - balinghai
seafoods specials - sundown
romantic place to eat - lorenzo villas
try eating at willy's, le soleil and regency hotel too.
GREAT PIZZA PLACES - JOSE MIGUEL VILLANUEVA
I enjoy eating pizzas, and I believe Boracay has two great pizza places:
Chez Paris - great pizza - very European.Price is OK too. There's another Pizza place on the main road, but I forgot
the name.You cant miss it riding the tricycle from the church to the wet market.It serves wonderful pizzas and its much
cheaper than Chez Paris.
if you don't wanna drain your pocket.. - SPRIKY TIKK
If you're looking for a place to eat where you don't want to drain your pocket, I suggest the "talipapa".There's a variety
of dishes you can find at Talipapa.It's a P5-10 travel via cab.While in talipapa, you can also check-out the tattoo,
don't worry it's just temporary.
BEST PLACE TO ENJOY COFFEE AND A GREAT TROPICAL AMBIENCE - BILL AND
"Real Coffee' is the best place to enjoy coffee, an assortment of teas and "yummy" baked goods besides an artistic
atmosphere, meeting local expats and enjoying the energetic conversation of Nadine and her Mother, Lee . It's a tiny
place with only room for 10 people to sit down located on the beachfront just south of the Red Coconut Resort.
Roger De Paris was the first foreigner who opened a restaurant on Boracay back in 1981 and is the most gracious,
interesting host on the island. Also worth noting is that he treats his Filipina staff better than anyone I know of with better
salaries and working conditions.
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