Calypso Diving Resort

White Beach, 5608, Philippines
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
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Very Good
17%
4
Average
17%
4
Poor
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Terrible
8%
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Good For Business
  • Families80
  • Couples50
  • Solo50
  • Business100

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Forum Posts

What is the best/fanciest restaurant on Boracay?

by GuapoPogi

Hello, I am an insurance agent in Illinois, and I will be on Boracay in about 6 weeks, coincidentally my biggest clients will also be in the Philippines, and on Boracay at the same as me. I owe them dinner, and I would like to take them to the best, and or fanciest restaurant on Boracay. I have only been there once, and did not eat anywhere special so I need help. Also if you could please give me a rough idea on how much a dinner for 4 would run at the restaurant. Any assistance or advice will be greatly appreciated.

Doug

Re: What is the best/fanciest restaurant on Boracay?

by judayandryan

Hi Doug,

Please check this link.... hope this will help you

http://www.calvinshub.com/2009/06/10-must-try-places-to-eat-in-boracay/

thanks

Re: What is the best/fanciest restaurant on Boracay?

by sirenna

My vote would be Fridays, you simply can't go wrong with that place, and the service is excellent. See the link below.

http://www.fridaysboracay.com/boracay-dining.php

Re: What is the best/fanciest restaurant on Boracay?

by sirenna

by the way Judayandryan, you are using my photos on your blog, without my permission.

Re: What is the best/fanciest restaurant on Boracay?

by judayandryan

hey...

what photos...

all my photos is 100% mine..

Re: What is the best/fanciest restaurant on Boracay?

by judayandryan

....again...

as if...and excuse me...INDAY!!!!!!....

Re: What is the best/fanciest restaurant on Boracay?

by sirenna

That simply isn't true and you know it. The pictures from Smoke and Real coffee are mine. The one from Real Coffee clearly has my friend in the picture!!!
Other pics you took from websites, such as Fridays.

Re: What is the best/fanciest restaurant on Boracay?

by sirenna

See my restaurant tips, dated 2008!

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/8ab27/157917/2/

Re: What is the best/fanciest restaurant on Boracay?

by judayandryan

ooopssss....thats not my page

just google it....and post it in here

...sirenna...thats not my blog eniwey...

INDAY....if thats your photo...just leave a comment in that blog...owkies...

BIG hahahahahaha.....

Re: What is the best/fanciest restaurant on Boracay?

by sirenna

Oh i thought it was yours, since you posted it! OK then, misunderstanding.
But I hate when people keep taking the credit for my photos.

sorry for the off topic chatter!

Re: What is the best/fanciest restaurant on Boracay?

by sirenna

That blog is funny! Top ten best places to eat? For his/her number 1 tip it says

"Let’s get the obvious one out of the way. Food served at Jonah’s is not really something to rave about"

anyway, another I would suggest is Dos Mestizos, Spanish restaurant.

Re: What is the best/fanciest restaurant on Boracay?

by judayandryan

hmmmp...next be careful INDAY...

accussation (CHURVA!) KAINIS...super.....

Re: What is the best/fanciest restaurant on Boracay?

by asianbelle

Hi Sirenna. Is Aria still in operation? I remember, I enjoyed their pizza & pasta while seated on the sand :)

Re: What is the best/fanciest restaurant on Boracay?

by boredoffboracay

GO with Fridays...Aria has good food, but location sucks and your friends may not like it for that reason. It can be very hot there. Fridays has nice deserts as well. Los Mestizos is nice, but not for everyone..I personally did not like it. Some like Discovery Shores buffet as well, but I have no personal experience there.

Re: What is the best/fanciest restaurant on Boracay?

by olitrac

sigh....

i was in boracay last friday but i did not enjoy because of the strong winds and big waves caused by typhoon ondoy, as if boracay island was raped. and worst... i was almost stranded in the island for the local authorities specially the coast guard can not decide whether to cancel or not the operations of the boats. but i really admire their concerns. because when the go signal was decided, they sent an escort of two standby rescue teams on speedboats plus i think 6 big pump boats on standby alert when the convoy of boats which i'm with passed that channel going to the main land.

and i promised...! I'LL BE BACK..!

Travel Tips for Boracay Island

Where 2 go?

by Jimmytravel

Another beautiful image of Boracay. This sign placed on a rock, can be found at Baling Hai. This is a fantastic spot on Boracay; beautiful, quiet and ehhhhh... beautiful... Well, you get the picture, I guess. There is also a small restaurant at the beach, were the food is lowered down 50 meteres from the kitchen!

Cros, bring it or buy it there

by Xdrive

A Cros is good to bring to the beach, if you forgot bring it, you can find one shop over the shopping street in Stage 2. Waterproof camera is not a bad choice if you want to take a picture to the fishy.

Sailing and etc...

by maple_air

The place offers a whole lot of sport and beach activities, so there's no room for boredom. Sailing, paragliding, banana boat ride, flying fish ride, jet skiing, diving, snorkeling.....anything you could think of, its here. Or even if your not very keen on water sports, you can also play frisbee with your mates or if not beach volleyball. I've seen a Men and Women's rowing team, but i'm not too sure if its open to everybody who wants to join in.

On the other side of the island

by syllybabe

The boat that you hire will take you around the island and from the other side you'll see the clubhouse of Fairways and Bluewater.
You can ask your boatmen to stop anytime to take a dip in the clear blue.

Gamal

by joysweet about Talipapa

Gamal is the cousin of my "suki" and favorite talipapa shop owner Johaima. He personally makes the boracay style lamps he sells. We bargained so much, i ended up buying about 2500 pesos worth of sarongs, pjs and nightdress (for my mum). Saraong at about 110-130, Kids pajamas about 100, nightdress about 200. Small lamps at about 20-25

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Address: White Beach, 5608, Philippines