After Peter and I dined at Andok's on our first day here in Boracay, and after we had dinner buffet on our 2nd day, the rest of our meals were bought from this cozy, beach front, little food place. Patrons have the option to order take out. But because the wooden tables and black monoblock chairs they've set up under the shade of the trees and facing the beach look so cozy and inviting, we, together with the foreigners who also buy from them, always opt to eat there.
We'd bring our food to one of the table set up in front of the beach and voila --- yummy and perfect island meal whether it's breakfast, lunch or dinner!
The serving of each dish is good for only one person, obviously. So what we would do is order 3-4 kinds of dishes plus 2 cups of rice and just share everything. We're full after every meal and we'd only spend about Php120-Php150.00. This place is really a blessing!
Like I said, we also noticed some foreigners coming here and buying food and drinks as well. I can't blame them. The dishes taste good and the price is very affordable. Imagine, I didn't expect to save P3k to think that the 11k I originally set aside for everything on those 5 days was already super trimmed down to our basic necessities. I'm just so happy! Living in Boracay is no longer as expensive as what I thought it would be. Hurray!
There are still other places selling affordable food but not as affordable and not as cozy as this food place we discovered. Here area few of them...
Suffice it to say that the closer you are to Station 1, the more expensive food and drinks get (I should know... Since we first came to Boracay in 2003 , we always buy our food and drinks there). So depending on your budget, you have a variety of food places to choose from. Some are expensive (but not necessarily delicious) and some are affordable (and surprisingly scrumptious). So explore and have fun!
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