These Are The Boracay Food Spots Open To Serve You Delicious Food

Boracay is now open to domestic tourists.

Just in case you missed it: the island of Boracay has reopened for domestic tourists beginning October 1. Tourists from general community quarantine areas such as Metro Manila are welcome. According to the Department of Tourism, around 199 establishments have been issued Certificates of Authority to Operate. A negative COVID-19 test result must be presented from 48 to 72 hours before traveling to the island. 

If you're thinking of flying to Boracay for a quick getaway, we've narrowed down the list of food establishments that are open to serve you during this quarantine period, plus what you should order! See the list below:

Cha Cha's at The Coast: Ube Champorado

Photo by Facebook/Cha Cha's Boracay

You may be on a vacation while you're on the island, but that doesn't mean your cravings are on a break, too. For all the ube fans out there, you should grab a bowl of Cha Cha's ube champorado. This purple-hued breakfast bowl is made with rich ube blended with white chocolate. Its sweet flavor is complemented with danggit (dried fish) and served with milk and toasted coconut flakes on the side.

Here's a little trivia for you: Did you know that this is where Raintree Restaurants first served the ube champorado? According to Chef Kalel Chan, the guests of the resort requested that they bring it to Manila. Now, this iconic breakfast dish is served at Friends & Family and Providore, too.

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Cha Cha's will open to the public on October 12, 2020.

barLO at Two Seasons: Four Cheese Pizza

Photo by Facebook/Two Seasons Boracay Resort

One of the dishes locals and tourists rave about is the Four Cheese Pizza from Two Season's barLO restaurant. This delectable pizza, which ranked as one of the best pizza places in the Philippines, is topped with blue cheese, cheddar, mozzarella, and Parmesan cheese.

Besides the Four Cheese Pizza, the second most popular dish on barLo's menu is the Oyster Sisig. But if you've already tried it or if you want a more underrated (but just as delicious) sisig choice, you should definitely consider the melt-in-your-mouth Lengua Sisig. This is a sizzling dish made with super tender ox tongue that's minced and sauteed with onion, garlic, and aromatics. This dish will require lots of rice!

Two Seasons will open to the public on October 16, 2020.

Sands Restaurant at Discovery Shores: Bacolod Kansi


Discovery Shore's Sands Restaurant boasts of mostly Visayan dishes, and one that should top your list is their Bacolod Kansi. The restaurant uses batuan or batwan as a souring agent to make the stew extra flavorful. 

Mayas Filipino and Mexican Cuisine: Quesadillas and Tacos 

Photo by Facebook/Mayas Filipino and Mexican Cuisine

One of the places locals go to for Filipino and Mexican grub is Mayas. They have a quarantine special menu that includes classic Filipino dishes like sisig and liempo but they also have Mexican dishes such as tacos and quesadillas stuffed with different fillings. Mayas is also currently serving dishes from The Pig Out Bistro Boracay, a restaurant known for its seafood platters and burgers. So make sure to order from both if you dine in or take out from the restaurant.

Mayas is a beachfront restaurant at Jony's Beach Resort, Station 1. Jony's Beach Resort is home to  the island-famous Jony's fresh fruit shakes.

Nagisa Boracay Cafe & Japanese Restaurant: Ramen

Photo by Facebook/Nagisa Boracay Cafe and Japanese Food

If you're looking for a bowl of comforting ramen, locals go to Nagisa for affordable and tasty ramen. This Japanese cafe and restaurant, with its cottage-inspired interiors, have six kinds of ramen on the menu: Shoyu, Miso, Tan Tan Men, Tonkotsu Shoyu, Tonkotsu, and for the seafood fans, there's Kaisen. Each bowl is priced at P300!

Nagisa also offers other Japanese food like sushi, takoyaki, and Japanese rice bowls, which you can pair with a serving of ice-cold Japanese beer.



Thinking about what to cook next? Join our Facebook group, Yummy Pinoy Cooking Club, to get more recipe ideas, share your own dishes, and find out what the rest of the community are making and eating!

Got your own version of the classic dishes? Pa-share naman! Get your recipe published on by submitting your recipe here!

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