Entering the restaurant will be like traveling back in time because of the old furnishings and antique displays you will find on the tables and walls. Yet, a modern take on Filipino cuisine is what you’ll experience here. Indeed, Subo Boracay is known for its modern Filipino dining atmosphere.
Subo Boracay serves traditional dishes with a twist, like their adobo with chicken liver and quail eggs. Another specialty is paro-paro—grilled butterflied chicken in annatto oil, turmeric, and a mix of lemongrass and chili, with pickled papaya relish and crushed peanuts.
The restaurant is owned by seasoned Filipino chef Sunny de Ocampo and businessman Boyet Sacdalan. It is located at Calle Remedios in Station 3 and open from 5:30 PM to 11:00 PM. There is no dress code at the resort but guests are required to take off their shoes or slippers upon entering the restaurant.
Unlike those restaurants in the metro, Boracay’s fine dining culture is set with a tropical vibe. So, despite the sophistication of the dining places, restaurant-goers can still enjoy the laidback life in the island. With hundreds of restaurants on the island, you can never run out of options, each with their own distinct flavors. And while the food takes you to different places, Boracay will always remain a favorite.
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