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    ASTORIA: BEACHFRONT RESTAURANT

    by LoriPori Updated Feb 4, 2012

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    Sunday January15, 2012
    Our VT Dinner was held at the ASTORIA a beachfront restaurant which offered a Buffet.
    The Buffet offered Filipino dishes, including fish. The Buffet was reasonably priced at 520 Pesos.
    The fun part of the evening was when the band played. True to form, VT members got up and boogied the night away. A great time was had by all.

    Astoria Restaurant Astoria Buffet Sign

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    Andok's D,Mall.: Give this a miss.

    by planxty Written Feb 1, 2012

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    I was going to start this review by saying that it's unique selling point is that is open 24 hours a day but unfortunately for it, that is not true as there are several other options nearby. I popped in here for a late night snack one evening and regretted it. It is basically a fast food stall with a few tables and chairs outside and has the usual suspects on the menu. The service was quick and friendly, so no complaints there.

    The complaints arise with the food. I ordered one piece of chicken with rice and a couple of pork skewers. In a country which is almost obsessional about eating chicken, I have never tasted the like of it, the piece must have been in the hot cabinet for hours. The skewers were no better and completely defeated my best efforts to chew them. At least the rice was OK, but not much they can do to mess that up really.

    I genuinely do not like to give wholly negative reviews but I am afraid in this case it is warranted. Heaven knows how they have survived so long and with so many outlets in a place where it is certainly not difficult to get very good cheap food.

    Favorite Dish: Unfortunately, I cannot in conscience recommend anything here.

    Restaurant, Boracay, Philippines. Awful food, Boracay, Philippines. More awful food, Boracay, Philippines.
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    West Cove Restaurant: Excellent food with beautiful ambiance!

    by elhombre30 Written Nov 14, 2011

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    Have you heard about the Worlds Famous Boxer from the Philippines Manny Paquiao? Well I think the answer is Yes!

    According to some buzz, Manny Pacquiao owns the beautiful private resort located at the end portion of White Beach in Boracay. This is walking distance from Station 1 and visible from boat if you do Island Hopping.

    Food are very affordable prices ranges from 150 pesos (3.50 USD) up with several options in their menu. Most in the menu are American food and they also serve different special wines. Dine with sunset for best ambiance.

    Cottages are perfect for relaxation for it is a "nipa hut", (a native hut) a touch of filipino art!

    Favorite Dish: Haven't tried all in the menu but so far, what I ordered was really good.

    West Cove Resort, Restaurant View from the Restaurant West Cove, Relaxing cottages Cottage View from the Restaurant
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    Bistro Valhalla: Excellent Steakhouse

    by sirenna Updated Oct 1, 2011

    Good quality steak and friendly efficent service in nice surroundings. Choose from a variety of steak dishes - mine came with a side of baked potato & sour cream and a crisp green salad. The smoked salmon starter was also a treat, as is the broccoli and cheese soup.
    Not in the mood for steak? There are plenty of other things on the menu to satisfy your taste, such as chicken kebabs, pork chops, ribs and cajun chicken.

    Favorite Dish: Don't miss the huge salads, "sloppy cow" (beef salpicao) & the oysters dynamite.

    Oysters Dynamite Sloppy Cow Spicy Cajun Chicken & Shrimp Grilled Salmon
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    3-5-7 Restaurant: Value for Money

    by sirenna Updated Sep 28, 2011

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    This nice, beachfront restaurant is located at 3-5-7 Hotel (south of boat station 3, in Angol). Most of the items on the menu are very affordable and tasty. Try the baked ribs, soups, salads and pasta dishes, as well as traditional Filipino favourites.
    The "panini sandwiches" advertised are just regular sandwiches though, not actual paninis.

    Favorite Dish: Some of my favourite dishes on the menu include cheesy potato soup, ham and potato croquettes and the chicken cordon blue.

    3-5-7 Restaurant
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    Red Coconut: Varied Menu

    by sirenna Updated Sep 27, 2011

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    Red Coconut has a tasty and varied menu. While it is probably most famous for the delicious pizzas baked in their traditional wood-fired oven, you can also enjoy pasta, steaks, fish, salads and many other dishes, both Filipino and international.
    Diners can sit by the poolside, in the garden area, in an inside dining area or at the bar. The decor and music at the bar are a little loud for my taste, but the cocktail menu and friendly barstaff more than make up for it.

    Favorite Dish: I love their savoury crepes at lunchtime, the broccoli cheese soup, and the huge, juicy hamburgers. The bar makes great bloody marys too.

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    Cowboy Cocina: West Meets East!

    by sirenna Updated Sep 25, 2011

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    Cowboy Cocina is quite a new addition to the Boracay dining scene, and has quickly become a local favourite.
    The menu lists affordable and tasty dishes such as steak pie, ribs, shrimp skewers, home made soups, pasta, fisherman's pie, chilli, steaks, sandwiches and arguably the best burgers on the island. Don't miss the huge double Comanche Burger, served with onion rings and wedges!
    Cowboy Cocina is now serving draft (San Miguel) beer - a relatively rare find in Boracay.

    Favorite Dish: Try the hearty fried English breakfasts, gammon steak with the works, traditional Sunday Roast Dinner and espresso coffee.

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    Nagisa Restaurant at Surfside Resort: Japanese Specialties and More.

    by sirenna Updated Sep 25, 2011

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    Nagisa isn't flashy or trendy looking, in fact it is so unassuming that you might not notice it as you walk by. But this would be a shame! You'd be missing great Japanese, Korean and other Asian cuisine, grilled and sizzling seafood and plenty more mouthwatering treats!
    The restaurant is attractively designed, native style with lots of natural wood, but the service is anything but rustic, and the food definitely worth walking down to Angol (station 3 area) for.

    Favorite Dish: My favourite dishes include prawns and vegetable tempura, the okonomiyaki, sizzling garlic king prawns, mixed fried rice (with shrimp and vegetables) and the spicy kimchi soup (best ordered with a side sish of noodles).

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    Plato D Boracay: Cooking your freshly-bought Seafood

    by maribeldizon Written Sep 2, 2011

    There are several restaurants in the D Talipapa that will cook your freshly bought seafood.

    One of the things we look forward to when we go to Boracay is buying seafood at the D Talipapa market and have it cooked in one of the restaurants in the area.

    Be sure to haggle (ask for discount) when you buy. 1 kilo of Shrimps depending on the size cost bet P350-450, Crabs, Babae (female), lalaki (male) or bakla (in-between) from (P300-400), Maya-maya (kind of fish) P300, Squid - P300

    We chose D Plato de Boracay because it has a branch in D Mall and therefore ideal if you want to go around the shops after eating. The place has enough fans to it make it cooler. The cooking charge is per kilo and depends on the food you want cooked. They do not allow you to bring food in the restaurant so you buy your rice and/or drinks there.

    At D Mall At the Plato D Boracay Yes , Shrimps! Garlic Crabs Satified lot!
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    Island Chicken Inasal: Don't be CHICKEN. Try the GREEN MANGO SHAKE.

    by PandawitchElphie Written Jul 29, 2011

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    First of all, what is CHICKEN INASAL. It's basically GRILLED CHICKEN.

    But unlike most grilled chicken out there, this chicken is marinated in a very unique way-- absoFREAKINGlutely YUMMY. ALL locals would tell you it's good. We have hundreds of restaurants all over the country dedicated to this one dish. Chicken Inasal. Best eaten with freshly cooked garlic rice. Dip into a traditional sauce loved by us "pinoys".

    To make the yummy sauce to go with the yummy chicken, follow my directions carefully.
    1. Look at the condiments on the table. You'll spot 3 bottles. Vinegar, soysauce and chicken oil.
    2. In a sauce container, pour vinegar, soysauce and add calamansi (local lime). Don't be shocked. I'm serious. Calamansi + vinegar + soysauce. You can dip your chicken in this to add flavor.
    3. Chicken oil ... well yes, it's as unhealthy as it can get. But...if you want to give your taste buds a treat, go ahead (after shaking the bottle a bit), and pour some on your rice. (By the way, you can ask for extra garlic so you can have more OOMPH to your meal).

    Now to accompany your meal of chicken and rice, go ahead and order GREEN MANGO with BAGOONG. Bagoong is ... how to translate... like an anchovy dip. Smells awful to non-pinoys, but tastes divine. Salty-sweet. PERFECT for the green mango.

    As for your drinks... my nieces swear by their FRESH RIPE YELLOW MANGO SHAKE (sweet). I swear by the FRESH GREEN MANGO SHAKE (sweet but a little sour too). For me, they have the BEST mango shakes in Boracay.

    (** I know Jonah's has awesome shakes too... their PEANUT BUTTER BANANA CHOCO SHAKE is to die for...but for MANGO SHAKES, I go here to Island Chicken Inasal).

    Have lunch here. Or dinner. You won't regret it. :)

    Favorite Dish: PECHO CHICKEN with GARLIC RICE plus GREEN MANGO SHAKE equals OH HOLY CRA* THAT IS SOOO GOOOD!!! :D

    Island Chicken Inasal at D'Mall
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  • Aria: Quality Food but Poor Ambiance.

    by CatBurglar Updated Jun 19, 2011

    The food at this restaurant is really good - as it should be at those prices!. Though the pasta is a bit overpriced in my opinion (it's nothing I can't make at home) it is usually tasty, while the other main courses and specials are delicious and the menu shows lots of originality.

    Service is prompt and professional though they need to work on the timing when serving the food - on more than one occasion there has been a delay of 5 minutes between the serving of my meal and that of my companion.

    The pizzas are just to my taste - thin crust and not too doughy, and among the main courses I have tried and really enjoyed are the Pollo Alla Cacciatore, Tangigue with Salsa Verde, Tenderloin Beef with garlic and sage and the Talgliatelle with Truffle Sauce, asparagus & parma ham.

    One important factor when dining at Aria is timing. Don't book your meal too late or you are likely to find yourself eating in the middle of the entertainment area. A group of (admittedly very talented) firedancing performers put on a show in the outside dining area which would no doubt be a very entertaining after-dinner experience but totally ruined our meal. The disco music was turned up so loud it was impossible to carry on a conversation, and the strong smell of kerosene from the firedance was so overpowering that we completely lost our appetite for the food and could hardly eat anything - unfortunate considering I was paying almost P600 for my meal! The performers dance far too close to the customers, spinning the fire "poi" right over their heads, even when the guests have indicated that they don't want this! And to top it off, after the performance they then beg for 'donation' money from the diners, telling us that Aria don't pay them for the show. This isn't a one-off incident as I know others who have also experienced this while trying to eat their meal.
    Aria needs to sort this out - please keep the dancers farther away from the diners and wait until people have finished their meal!

    Aside from this, still one of my favourite restaurants in boracay.

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  • le soleil: meat lovers!

    by joei Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    i love it that the dinner buffet is set right on the beach!

    at P380 (exclusive of tax), you get to choose from ribs, beef and pork kebab, chicken, squid, fish, oysters and a whole lot more! there's also soup, appetizer and dessert so everything's all covered.

    for me, it was the best buffet i tried so far!

    Favorite Dish: pork kebab!

    le soleil
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    Mandala Spa: Vegans never go hungry

    by yellowbell Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    We didn't go to the spa to get a massage but to try the restaurant but my carnivore sweetie was disappointed with his pasta with tomato and herb sauce (scant sauce) and Greek salad and me with my phad thai (can barely taste the peanuts). Apparently, vegans can also go hungry!

    But the ambiance makes up for it as we were the only ones in the small restaurant (2/F). We got a seat in the azotea where large capiz windows open up to the fireflies that lit up the big trees and give a view of distant islands and sunset. All of the 10 or so tables are maybe meant for honeymooners (2 seaters).

    I love the architecture (lush foliage surrounding the stone-paved entrance to the villas, gauzy white curtains dropping from the ceiling, and soft lights, all add to the tropical feel of the villas).

    The spa is a few meters away from the entrance so you need to walk to the gate to hail a not-readily available trike.

    Mandala Spa Phad Thai
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    Floremar (Pizza da Mario): Great Pizza!

    by sirenna Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Owned by friendly husband and wife team Mario and Flor, this charming restaurant serves authentic Italian food in a lovely beach garden setting. They also deliver to your door if you are too lazy to walk down the beach. Aside from the usual Italian fare, they also serve sandwiches, salads, omelettes and soups.
    Also known as 'Little Corner of Italy', there are reasonably priced rooms available here too.


    Favorite Dish: The Tortellini Carbonara is really good, and my favourite pizza is the Napolitana (with basil, oregano, anchovies & cheese). The Lasagne comes in large, tasty portions, though it would benefit from some bechamel sauce. I'm also a big fan of the four cheese risotto, the carbonara and the penne bolognaise.

    Floremar Beach Garden Inside Garden Entrance
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    Floremar Pizzeria da Mario: For great Gnocchi try...

    by jvsabas Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Fresh pasta in the middle of the Philippine Islands! A good ones too. Every bit as sumptious as the ones we get in San Francisco's Italian neighborhood, North Beach.

    Food is served outdoors. The staff is friendly, attentive, and quick in a Filipino sense.

    The plastic chairs at the garden and beachside tables are a little flimsy for big people.

    Favorite Dish: The Gnocchi is excellent. It served with Bolgnese (or meatsauce) sauce which very well done.

    The Spaghetti Bolognese is also very good.

    Skip the other meat dishes, i.e. the Scallopini, the meat quality wasn't very good.

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