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Must Try Restaurants in Boracay
Posted by: jovy avisado ( Member ) on 2016-10-29
The island of Boracay is considered as a 'vacation haven' by many vacationers and beach-goers who have seen and experienced the beauty of this destination. Trying out various water activities and admiring the scenery of Boracay's neighboring islands are very exhilarating experiences for your senses that would surely lead to pigging out sessions thereafter. Do you want to know which restaurants on the island could bring delight to your palate? Below are some must-visit restos when you're on the beach paradise:

D Hobbit House

D Hobbit House Boracay
(photo taken from gezimanya.com)

If you love Bilbo Baggins from the movie, The Hobbit, or if you're crazy about the "little man" of Game of Thrones, Tyrion, then D' Hobbit House is a must go to restaurant for you when you're in Boracay. As its name suggests, you could find at this restaurant some little men and women attending to your every need as waiters and servers. You're lucky if you chanced to watched a performance by one of the little staffs.

D Hobbit House Boracay
(photo taken from www.piliving.com)

It's enticing to watch these nimble staffs serve every customer. They are extremely friendly and funny, and are always game for a snapshot. Hobbit House offers wide array of drinks and reasonably priced dishes that are delicacies from all over the world -- burrito, tempura, fajitas, kare-kare, you name it!

Los Indios Bravos

Los Bravos Indios Boracay
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If you're looking for a resto that serves good food and has excellent customer service, then you must not miss dining at Los Indios Bravos. This restaurant receives great reviews and has a great number of loyal patrons. Its dishes are nicely garnished and are served in large portions. If you're a drinker, you'll love its home-brewed beers.

Lemoni Cafe

Lemon Cafe Boracay
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Lemoni Cafe serves great omelets and toasts which make it one of the top breakfast cafes in Boracay. If you cannot survive the morning without a cup of coffee, then you must have a sip of the cafe's unique lemon coffee. It also offers desserts and pastries. Customers commend Lemoni Cafe's lemon tart.

Halowich

Halowich Boracay
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Having a taste of cold and delicious treat is a must in order to beat the hot weather in Boracay. And if you happen to walk around the D' Mall around lunch or in the afternoon, you may notice a long queue in front of this hip looking store, Halowich. Halowich is an ice cream and dessert shop that is famous for its mango ice. Its menu includes flavored ice, pocket sandwiches, shakes and beverages.

Halowich Boracay
(photo taken from youimg1.c-ctrip.com)

Halowich's bestseller, mango ice. It is topped with bananas, cherries, mangoes, peaches, pineapples, watermelon, chocolate syrup, corn flakes and vanilla ice cream! A truly delightful treat!

Boracay island is indeed a beach paradise; not only for water sports enthusiasts but also for adventurous food junkies. Can't wait to start your great travel story? Book your trip now! Checkout our Boracay Holy Week Special for 2017.


 
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