Crispy Lemon Chicken @ Ariels House Boracay

Wanna try Lemon Chicken Boracay Style? Try eating Lemon Chicken at Ariels House – a restaurant located only few meters from the famous White Beach.

best lemon chicken
Best Lemon Chicken in the Island

One of the things I love about White Beach is the fact that you can find so much incredible food there. No matter what you are looking for, you can probably find it. Of course, if you know where to look you will find food that will nourish your body and give you the fondest memories of your trip. One of my newest discovery and now one of my favorite spots to grab a bite to eat is Ariel’s House located in Boracay Beach Club. (more…)

Pinoy Food Blog Search:

Pancake Meal @ Big Mouth Boracay

Each time we eat-out, foods that were served maybe more than satisfactory most of the time but some of them may lack on proper presentation which may sometimes include inappropriate dips, bland tasting sauce and garnish that doesn’t really match with the food.

Pancake Meal
Pancake Meal – All day breakfast – P165

One fine example was when I had my first meal in Boracay couple of weeks back. I visited the SEAIR office to rebook my flight since I’ll be staying a couple of nights more in the island. (more…)

Pinoy Food Blog Search:

Rum Balls @ Lemoni Cafe

After heavy lunch in Gasthof, the rest of my travel buddies went back to the hotel while I decided to walk around D’Mall area to look for a Barber Shop. I found my self sitting not in a barber’s chair but inside Lemoni Cafe waiting for my order. I’m wasn’t really hungry, I wanted to treat my sweet tooth so I ordered five Rum Balls (P25 each).

Rum Balls
Holiday Rum Balls

Rum Balls are made of compressed chocolate, sponge cake coated with chocolate ganage, and sprinkled with streusel. Chocolate ganage is made of whipped cream and chocolate syrup and are commonly used as toppings for cakes and pastries. It can be whipped as filling, icing, or just poured over any cake you have. (more…)

Beer Batter Fish and Chips @ FishBar Boracay

It was my last day and last meal on the island since I had an early afternoon flight back to Manila. After having breakfast in Cafe del Sol, I went back to the hotel to freshen up and to finish packing my belongings as well. I must correct my previous assumption that the majority of restaurants in D’Mall area all offering Pasta, Fried Chicken and Coffee haha. I told myself that I should try something different before I leave the island… and Guess What it was? … Fish and Chips (LOL). It may sound funny but I haven’t tried eating fish and chips yet that’s why I included FishBar in my itinerary.

Beer Batter Fish and Chips Fish Bar Boracay 1
Beer Batter Fish and Chips

It’s not the choice of food to eat while on a calorie-controlled diet or weight watching but since It was my last day… I would rather drop the weight watching thing and enjoy the food instead. (more…)

Pinoy Food Blog Search:

Kasbah Boracay : My first Moroccan dinner in Boracay

It’s my second night of nothing but pigging out in Boracay. After having delicious Tiger Prawns with Coconut Resotto lunch at Lemoni Cafe, I decided to walk around the white beach area from Station 3 to Station 1 to sweat out and to burn some calories that I gained from two days of food marathon. A photographer’s visit to Boracay is never complete without taking photos of Boracay’s lovely sunset so I passed the time munching on a Chorizo Burger in Station 1 till sundown.

Boracay Sunset 2
Boracay – The best beach in the World

While walking back to Station 2, I passed by Kasbah Restaurant, right next to Discovery Shores. In an attempt to satisfy my curiosity, I walked towards the restaurant to check the Menu and the restaurants ambiance. Upon entering the restaurant, I was welcomed by the restaurants friendly operations manager. I learned that the restaurant was owned by a British national with a Filipina wife who both fell in love with Moroccan Food.

Kasbah means a unique kind of medina, Islamic city, or fortress. A kasbah has high walls which usually have no windows. It is a place where leaders and wealthy people are living. The restaurant just opened last February 24, 2008 and has already been featured on a lot of travel and local inflight magazines.

Kasbah Boracay Seafood Tangine 2
Moroccan Fine Dining in Boracay

The cuisine of Morocco is considered one of the world’s most diverse when it comes to the use of flavors and spices. Since Morocco is blessed with large quantities of sheep, poultry, fish and cattle. Combine this with the extensive use of unique spices makes it much easier to understand the uniqueness of Moroccan dishes. (more…)

Pinoy Food Blog Search:

Tiger Prawns with Coconut Risotto @ Lemoni Cafe Boracay

It’s almost lunch time and it was just over an hour after finishing a huge Halo Halo from Boracay’s famous Halowich. While completing my pasalubong shopping at D’Mall, I bumped into Tina – my fellow travel writer who now resides in Dubai and currenly in Boracay for a short holiday with her friends so I asked he to reccomend good place to eat since she’s already almost 4 days in the island. She immediately replied “Lemoni Cafe” Knowing her taste, I can say that the restaurant should really be worth recommending.

Tiger Prawns with Coconut Risotto
Delicious Tiger Prawns with Coconut Risotto

Lemoni Cafe offers Asian and Continental breakfast dishes and light meal dishes like Fish Cakes with Laksa, Asian Plate with Maki and Lemon Kinilaw, Soba Noodles with Ahi Tuna, Tiger Prawns with Coconut Rissoto, Seared Tuna with Lemon Mash and other healthy main courses. They also offer various delectable desserts like Flourless Chocolate Cakes, Banana Muffin and Lemon-based Desserts. (more…)

Pinoy Food Blog Search:

Delicious Halo Halo with a twist @ Read Bean Halowich Boracay

It’s my second day in Boracay and as you know, I’m not here to party nor to sunbathe but to embarque on a gastronomic adventure in this island paradise. I felt bloated after a huge continental breakfast in Gasthof, it was sunny and since i need to increase my intake of fibrous food, I headed to Halowich for a fruit dessert overload. Halowich opened only last December of 2007 in Boracay’s D’Mall and I first saw this Halo Halo Bar last January 2008 but never made the time to check it out that’s why I made sure to include it in my food tour itinerary this time around.

Green Tea Ice Read Bean Halowich Boracay 2
Green Tea Ice Php140.00

What makes this Halo Halo Snack Bar interesting? Well! aside from cold refreshments, they offer a unique menue of snacks like the flying saucer shaped pie filled with beef and vegetables of your choice and of course the must try Halo Halo sandwich where the word “Halowich” is derived from. (more…)

Pinoy Food Blog Search: