I did not work so hard for this summer body for mere picture- taking and to just look good in a bikini. I have achieved this body in order to eat like a king during my recent Boracay trip. And gorge, I did. :p
The BF and I have searched for the best restaurants in the island and spent all of our money on food. Yeah, we're corny just like that. We didn't even think of trying out any water or island activity! :p
So here's a list of the top- rated meals from the most popular restaurants in Boracay. Read on and be sure to visit them in your Boracay trip!
Zuzuni is a Mediterranean restaurant located between Stations 1 and 2. It's a warm and cozy place that's best for people who dislike noisy and heavily populated places when eating or drinking. :)
Belgian Waffles. This is no ordinary breakfast meal. The waffles are made from Zuzuni's secret batter filled with Bacon chunks!
To-die-for Mati Chocolate Sin is to-die-for. Molten chocolate cake that's big on flavor. The BF and I went back to Zuzuni twice for this thing! Be sure to eat this thing before leaving the island!
Gasthof is a grill resto that boasts of their ever- famous Grilled Baby Back Ribs.
And this is their island- famous ribs. Honestly, it tastes pretty average. Not mind- blowing as I expected it to be. But it's not so bad, especially if you eat it with steaming hot rice and a glass of soda after a long swim or strolling by the beach.
LEMON I CAFE AND RESTAURANT
Lemon I is tagged as one of the best dessert places in the island. It's located right at the heart of D'Mall in Station 2. Their Lemon Muffin is said to be one of the bests in the island. Boohoo, it was out of stock when we ate there.
When life gives you lemons, turn them into a succulent Lemon Cheesecake.
...Or a sweet-sour Lemon pie with whipping cream on the side to make life a bit interesting. :)
DON VITO RISTORANTE ITALIANO
- Located right beside Boracay Regency at Station 2 is Don Vito, one of the best restaurants in Boracay. It's a lovely place to eat dinner with your family or friends.
Don Vito's Special is not so special. It looked and tasted like regular pizza to me. :( At least their Pasta Carbonara tasted really good. (Sorry, forgot to take a pic)
- Located between Stations 1 and 2 is Tibraz, a French- inspired restaurant that specializes on crepes and breakfast meals. I think it's the BF and I's most favorite restaurant because we ate here thrice during our 3 day-2 night stay.
Crispy Sisig. Ridiculously tasty.
Forgot the exact name of this breakfast set. Tibraz offers hearty breakfast sets for those who love eating big on the first meal of the day.
Tibraz makes the best Mojitos, IMO. In fact, they have a separate Mojito list on their menu which goes to show that indeed, it is one of their specialties. :)
I LOVE BACKYARD BBQ
- Homestyle grilled meals at affordable prices. It is located at the heart of D'Mall at Station 2.
The interior reminds me so much of Johnny Rockets and 50's Diner of Baguio. :)
Must- order: Dad's Grilled Bulalo Steak and Homemade iced tea
- Jammers is the place to go if you want a greasy yet tasty treat. If you have tasted cheap burgers for at least once in your life (those burgers sold for P20-30.00 on the streets) and actually loved them for their "Cheap yet tasty goodness", you'll like Jammers' burgers.
Jammers is located at the beachfront part of D'Mall, Station 2.
Bacon Cheeseburger. Ah, oily, fatty, and carby goodness
The best- selling meatball slider. It's okay, but my Bacon Cheeseburger tasted better. The meatballs tasted very much like those found in Bolognese and meatball pastas. Maybe they have to re-do their meatball recipe.
There you go! Now I'm hungry! Do let me know how you love/hate these restaurants in case you visit one of them in your Boracay trip! :D