Where To Eat In Boracay: The Best Restaurants And Bars On The Island

Aside from exciting water activities and beachside staycations, food trips and nightlife are part of the charm of Boracay. There are restaurants for every craving and, although partying is no longer allowed, you can still enjoy cocktails and wines at the known beachfront bars.

Here are the best restaurants and bars in Boracay that should be at the top of your island food trip!




Tempeh Kare Kare via Nonie’s on Facebook

For vegans and the health-conscious, Nonie’s is the perfect go-to any time of the day. This guilt-free dining spot features Filipino favorites made with organic and local ingredients, such as the Tempeh Kare-Kare. This signature dish consists of homemade tempeh and sauces and local vegetables — no meat!

Location: Station X, Hue Hotel and Resorts, Station 2, Boracay




The Sunny Side Cafe

Sunny Side Roesti via The Sunny Side Cafe on Facebook

This beachfront cafe will brighten up your day with its sunshiny motif and healthy offerings. The Sunny Side Cafe is a popular spot for good coffee and all-day breakfast. A must-try is Sunny Side Roesti, made with crispy-fried potato fritter topped with homemade chorizo, poached eggs, arugula, and sour cream.

Location: Beachfront, Boracay Sands Hotel, Station 3, Boracay



Sea Breeze Cafe at Henann Regency Resort & Spa

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Can’t decide what to eat? You’ll surely find something you like from Sea Breeze Cafe’s buffet spread spanning local, Pan-Asian, and Western cuisines. The cafe is located right at the beachfront, with spacious interiors, an al-fresco area, and — the island’s popular dancing chefs that will keep you entertained!

Location: Henann Regency Resort & Spa, Beachfront, Station 2, Boracay



Sapphire at Henann Crystal Sands Resort

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Another great buffet option by the beach is Sapphire at Henann Crystal Sands Resort, ideal for beachgoers craving good Filipino fare and lots of seafood. Sapphire highlights modern coastal cuisine from all over the world, offering two kinds of buffets: the nightly dinner buffet or seafood buffet on select days. 

Location: Henann Crystal Sands Resort, Station 1 (between Station 1 and D’Mall), Boracay



Dos Mestizos

Paella Negra via Dos Mestizos on Facebook

Dos Mestizos is the perfect hangout for wine nights, where you can enjoy different pairing options such as classic cheese platters and cold cuts. Also not to be missed is the restaurant’s Spanish specialties, starting with the famous Paella Negra cooked in seafood broth with squid and fresh squid ink.

Location: Seawind Resort, Main Rd., Station 1, Boracay





Lemoni Cafe & Restaurant

Shrimp and pomelo salad via Lemoni Cafe & Restaurant on Facebook

It’s impossible to miss Lemoni Cafe at D’Mall, with its very refreshing and Insta-worthy open-air dining area. The zesty interiors complement the menu offerings well — healthy dishes and juices made with lots of greens and fresh ingredients.  

Location: Stall 117, D’Mall, Station 2, Boracay
Facebook: Lemoni Cafe & Restaurant, Boracay



Conga’s Restaurant

Red Thai Curry via Conga’s Restaurant on Facebook

For an exciting gastronomic treat, head to Conga’s and test your spice tolerance! This Thai restaurant is popular for its green and red curry dishes with different spiciness levels. For others who just want some comfort food, however, you can never go wrong with healthful, herby Thai specialties like tom yum goong.

Location: Road 1-A, Bulabog, Boracay
Facebook: Congas Restaurant Boracay



Epic Boracay

via Epic Boracay

Epic Boracay has been one of the hallmarks of Boracay nightlife, and it’s keeping the tradition alive by soaking the bar in lively music and chill vibes. The bar’s offerings are perfect for the beach — comfort food like sandwiches, steaks, and fried chicken, best paired with cocktails or wines while watching the sunset.

Location: D’Mall, Station 2, Boracay




via Prisma

Prisma is set by the pool of Hue Hotels and Resort where you can lie back and enjoy a cocktail or two under the sun. This charming modern-tropical bar boasts one of the largest rum collections, and you can watch the bartender stir up a perfect drink behind the wide poolside bar.

Location: Station X, Hue Hotel and Resorts, Station 2, Boracay
Facebook: Prisma




Paraw Beach Club

via Paraw Beach Club

Paraw Beach Club is the longest-standing nightclub in Boracay, and it’s easy to see why. This bar is well-loved for its fantastic cocktails and laidback beachfront setting. There are lounge chairs along the beach, which is the best spot to catch the sunset.

Location: Station 1, Boracay
Facebook: Paraw Beach Club



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