CYMA in D' Mall must be experienced!
It is a real Greek treat, with all your traditional favourites, mezze of eggplant, hummous, artichoke and feta with sundried tomato and of course the famous saganaki, flaming cheese, OPA!
Try the delicious Souvlaki, lamb gyros, and salads - all divine.
Cyma is located near to the Ferris Wheel in D'Mall - look for Valhalla Bistro and take the sidestreet to the left of this, CYMA is on the right
Real Coffee was one of the very first cafe's to open on the island of Boracay, serving fresh brewed coffee, muffins (including their infamous Calamansi Muffin), cakes, Chocolate Brownies (to die for) and a rather famous Tuna Melt Sandwich.
In its time, the coffee shop has moved several times and is now to be found at Station 2, above Sea World Dive Shop, on the beachfront with a great view across the beach from it's nipa and bamboo-framed windows.
Real Coffee is owned by Lee and her daughter Nadine
Steam Punk by BiteClub was formerly known as BiteClub
Located in D'Mall, facing the Ferris Wheel, the owners Heather and Tantan refurbished and relaunched this little restaurant, at the start of 2016, with some fabulous touches including the steam powered dumbwaiter, which brings your food down from the kitchen.
The menu was also overhauled, by the Chefs behind Los Indios Bravos
It's best to visit when really hungry because the burgers are huge and filling BUT, ultimately, you really do need to make sure that you leave space for a milkshake; even if you plan to share - because they're closer to desserts, delicious decadent and huge!
Situated on top of Craft's Supermarket (& accessed by stairs found within the supermarket) Valhalla's refurbished and redesigned Crafty's Rooftop Bar towards the end of 2015. Combining the menus of Valhalla's and Crafty's and offering an air-conditioned venue, which is a great place for a drink or meal with friends.
This rooftop restaurant offers fabulous views of Boracay
and one of the most decadent Mango Floats that you'll find on the island
Rumba's in D' mall is the place to get your good old English fry-up fix for a full hearty filling for your day.
Rumbas also offers the widest selection of imported Steaks on the whole island and serves up great, pies and other English style dishes.
You can even order curries, fish and chips and sausage sandwiches!
The new baby back ribs, just fall off the bone!
There's always a great atmosphere and the owners, John and Ed, are often in attendance.
In addition, Rumba's is one of the few bars & restaurants on the island showing international sports events .. so if there's a game you don't want to miss pop along and check their boards to see if they'll be showing it
Valhalla Bistro is situated in the heart of D'Mall; opposite the Ferris Wheel.
Valhalla offers a great range of food and drinks, including a great wine selection.
Appetizers include; Soups, Fried Mozzarella, Calamari, Cajun Onion Rings, Shrimp Dynamite and Buffalow Wings
Mains: BBQ Chicken Salad, Santa Fe Chopped Salad, Caesar Salad, Cajun Shrimp & Chicken Pasta, Vegetarian Skewers, Oven baked Tortellini and a mouthwatering range of steaks and ribs.
Valhalla also offers Brunch and Night-Time Specials.
Great food and a fun atmosphere. Takeaway Orders are also available
Situated right on White Beach, Red Coconut has one of the best
pizzas on the island along with fresh seafood and international cuisine.
Enjoy their delicious meals with a view and refreshing breeze.
The Hobbit House is right in the centre of D'Mall, adjacent to the Ferris Wheel.
The Hobbit House, in both Manila and Boracay, is the only popular and well patronized restaurant where all staff are midgets and 'little' people, even the chefs.
Besides enjoying the warm and hospitable company of small-sized personnel, the Hobbit House is also a good place to sit back and watch the world pass by.
Pasta dishes are the specialty but besides the carbonara and spaghetti dishes, there are also many items in the menu that you should try out. The restaurant offers international and fusion style cuisine.
In addition the restaurant ambience is further enhanced by performances from local folk-style bands.
Great and varied menu with live music everyday! Don't forget to bring home their popular souvenir shirts!
Located at the far end of Boracay's White Beach, at the cliff path leading to Diniwid Cove is Boracay Terraces Resort and their 7,107 Islands Restaurant.
Boracay Terraces offers a good range of freshly prepared Filipino and International dishes, including their delicious Smoked Bangus Sisig, and the range includes vegetarian dishes too.
Boracay Terraces is rather special, as it's away from the noise and has a small sand cove all to itself, which makes it ideal for romantic couples who would like to enjoy a candlelit meal on the beach.
Owned by a long-standing Boracay family the Tajanlangit's, the restaurants diners may also be serenaded by Armand, who is a very gifted musician, singer and songwriter
Subo opened in 2015 and what an entrance to Boracay's Restaurant scene!
Everything has been created for perfection, from the stunning Filipine-Fusion cuisine, to the decorative touches and antiques straight out of your grandparents home, to the fact that the building itself was dismantled, transported and rebuilt on Boracay in a gorgeous tropical garden.
Many of the dishes portion sizes are large enough to share, a plus point because you will want to try many of them and it is likely that you will visit Subo more than once during your stay.
The brainchild of locally-based Chef Sunny de Ocampo and designer and entrepreneur Boyet Sacdalan, Subo is the perfect venue for romantic liasons or special events
Boracay benefits from 2 restaurants, with one located on the beach at Station 2 and the other, set back from the main road opposite Nirvana Resort.
Our favourite remains the main road location, which is built using local materials and is set up on a hill, to catch the island breezes. It is also the larger of the two restaurants and features live music on select nights.
Hoy Panga! is ultimately famous for its Tuna Jaw, which really is delicious and the menu might be a little daunting for non-Filipino's but it's really worth being brave. Firm favourites are the Sisig & the Gising Gising.
Don't leave without trying the Leche Flan or Mango Float
Smoke is located in D'Mall; if you're heading towards the beach you take the last small alley on your right (Andoks is on the corner) before you reach the beach.
Smoke offers a great range of Filippine Food, prepared fresh and with good quality meat, fish and vegetables.
Particular favourites are Chilli Chicken, Beef Salpicao and Bulalo.
Portions are a good size and you will leave feeling full
Be aware that this is a very popular little eaterie and whilst they've recently changed the layout to allow for more tables, there are times when the restaurant will be full or you may need to wait for a table.
Smoke also does take-out
Located next to Crafts Supermarket on the Main Road, Jasper's is ideal for a range of really affordable Filipino dishes!
Food is prepared fresh and there is a great range of dishes to choose from.
Particular favourites include their Special Fried Rice (which is good for 2 people) and their Pancit Bihon
Jaspers can also prepare food for take-out whether via the telephone or in the restaurant.
Manana serves large portions of tasty Mexican food. Guacamole is only available when avocados are in-season despite what the menu says.
Island Chicken Inasal is the place to go to experience authentic grilled chicken, the famous Bacolod style.
Apart from the famous grilled chicken, they also have many choices of local Ilonggo delicacies that have been considered comfort food for many Filipinos over the years.
Nami offers delicious gourmet food with stunning views in the beautiful beach of Diniwid.
Experience another part of Boracay island with their unique gastronomical offerings and one-of-a-kind setup.
Treat yourself to fantastic Spanish cuisine and authentic Sangria!
Doz Mestizos, situated along the tourist centre road, has a huge following.
Doz Mesitoz never fails to turn out the great Spanish favourites, from tapas and sangria and pealla to a buffet every Saturday night.
Get all this served up in a traditional Spanish Taverna-style restaurant.
Open for lunch at 12:00 until 14:00, and again from 6:00 pm onwards.
Don't miss their Saturday Tapas night and don't forget to pop into the Deli/Bakery next door; Gusto y Gustos
Ole' in D' Mall is an old time favourite Spanish Tapas bar, serving the usual Spanish treats.
For a spa hideaway, treat yourself and detox with Zen style vegetarian food at Mandala spa.
Splurge, guilt-free on super delicious food that is not only healthy but absolutely good for your soul too!
It's quietly tucked away in a garden setting of lush greens and a Zen atmosphere, so you can dine in tranquility.
Open daily from 7am to 3pm and from 6 to 9pm, for All-Day breakfast, lunch and dinner.
A wonderfully native old boracay style beach cafe on Diniwid.
Offering some of the best drinks in Boracay, from freshly brewed beers to uniquely mixed cocktails, the bar allows its guests to taste a number of alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks.
Great fruit shakes, pizza and filipino-hawaiian fusion, as well as mongolian dishes are offered
Perfect for lazy days on the beach and sunset snacks.
This Gastro Pub is also a Social Enterprise, offering catering students the chance to train, on the job, with celebrated Master Chef's Norbert Gandler & Kenneth Cacho.
The menu is so varied and delicious, with International favourites featured, that we would challenge you not to find something you want to eat. The desserts are sinful and each month a new batch of draft beers are on offer.
The staff are unobtrusively helpful and courteous too.
The restaurant has outside benches, and an air-conditioned interior
Charlie's Steakhouse & Diner is unmissable, most notably for the enormous neon guitar hanging from the facade.
Think Hard Rock Cafe/Harvester and you'll have an idea of what to expect from this air-conditioned Diner.
Charlie's serves throughout the day, starting with breakfast grills, lunchtime snacks and deals, and evening meals. There is also an extensive Bar Menu and draft beer.
Charlie's is also renowned for regularly showcasing Filipine and International musicians and stars, as well as its own house band.
This native-style restaurant and bar is set in Angol in the far sounth end of the main white beach. You can relax and undwind in the quite and 'local' end of the beach while sitting under a palm tree, feet in the sand, or gather with a lovely local feel atmosphere around the bar inside.
Cocoloco has lovely old Boracay island feel with the food, while very modererady priced is a tasty and good portioned blend od Filipino and European style.
Perfect for a relaxing evening away from all...or a good gathering place or friends!
Army & Navy Burger Bar opened in Boracay in 2012 and are already gaining a reputation for producing one of the best burgers available on the island.
All burgers are natural beef patties, topped with fresh, crispy lettuce, tomato slices & onions, mayo & ketchup on a toasted Sesame Seed Kaiser Bun
Their Freedom Fries are also delicious with a tasty seasoning on them
The menu range also features Burritos, Chicken and there are numerous ways to have your burger.
The question is 'are you man enough for the Bully Boy Burger?'
Lemoni Cafe is situated in the heart of D'Mall, facing the Ferris Wheel, offering seats inside and outside.
Lemoni Cafe serves up an array of culinary masterpieces, not to mention mouthwatering cakes! This Café is a wonderfully fresh place to relax for breakfast lunch and dinner.
"Our philosophy is to serve food that makes you feel good and happy as though you have treated yourself to something special. May it be a hearty breakfast, a healthy salad or a decadent dessert. We pride ourselves on our fresh, healthy, delicious food prepared from the heart."
Lemoni Cafe is particularly famous for its cakes and desserts, which are mouthwatering and are large portions. So, if you're not ready for a big meal but fancy a little treat Lemoni is the place to go.
The shakes are delicious, a particular favourite of ours is the Watermelon and Ginger shake - refreshing and cool.
In addition to the cakes and shakes, Lemoni offers All-Day Breakfasts, salads, Appetizers and delicious main courses.
You can also order a Lemoni Lunch box of soup, salad, sandwich and dessert - fabulous for a picnic on the beach (just please dispose of any rubbish afterwards)
Lemoni can also cater events and takes orders for cakes, including wedding and birthday cakes
Kasbah is ideally located at Station 1, in a quiet area tucked next to some of the high end hotels of Boracay.
Kasbah offers Moroccan food and decor and is a fantastic place to sit back and enjoy cocktails whilst watching Boracay's famous sunsets.
The menu includes Kemia (dips) with freshly cooked pitta bread and soups, a range of traditional tagines (slow cooked, flavoursome stews presented in the conical cooking pot from which is gets its name) and delicious Wraps & Brochettes based on the 'street food stalls' commonly found throughout Morocco. There is also a good range in the children's menu for those who are yet to develop varied tastes and a fabulous dessert menu which includes a divine creme brule, lightly infused panna cotta and a sticky Baklava, Moroccan style.
Finish your meal, with a freshly made and expertly poured pot of mint tea, whilst you sit back and enjoy one of the many music nights that take place at Kasbah