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The Best Places in Boracay To Go To If You're Craving for Seafood

These seafood restaurants prove that the beach isn't the only must-visit spot in Boracay!

By: Karen Bermejo | July 09, 2020

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Due to changing quarantine measures, the destination/s, store/s, establishment/s featured in this article might be temporarily closed under the latest government policies. LGUs might also implement health protocols and travel requirements. Please contact the establishment/s before visiting. Stay safe!


seafood restaurants Boracay

Boracay’s seafood restaurants deserve a spot in your itinerary.


Aside from finding a place to stay, deciding where to eat is also one hard question to answer. Much more if you are in Boracay, for the options are just too many. The island doesn’t fall short with options to choose from, from high-end restaurants to street foods along the beach, you can find it here.

While you are there, you shouldn’t miss out on the seafood and the seafood restaurants in Boracay. Although fishing is not allowed, a lot of fresh seafood is delivered on the island daily. In fact, it’s where most seafood from nearby towns is distributed.

But since the options are too many, we listed some seafood restaurants in Boracay you have got to check out.


1. Dos Mestizos

Where: Calle Remedios, Sitio Manggayad, Station 3, Boracay


Boracay

You can try this classic Spanish dish at Dos Mestizos.

Image: Don Mestizos

With its name, one can tell that you can find Spanish dishes in Dos Mestizos. Their best-seller is their Paella Valenciana, a Spanish dish made of rice, meat and a lot of seafood priced from PhP900. The dish has different sizes which can serve two to eight people. Aside from the filling paella, a lot of other seafood dishes are also served at Doz Mestizos. They also have a small community market which serves Filipino food at a reasonable price. One of their best-sellers is the grilled milkfish served with rice sold for PhP140.



2. Mama’s Fish House

Where: Diniwid Beach, Boracay


restaurants

Mahi Mahi is served with a twist at Mama’s Fish House.

Image: Mama’s Fish House

Mama’s Fish House can be found at the far end of Diniwid Beach just at the premises of Microtel Inns & Suites. Guests come to Mama’s for its relaxing ambience, away from the hustle and bustle at the White Beach.

Seafood is also the star of the menu of Mama’s Fish House serving the fresh catch of the day. Their best-seller is the red roasted mahi mahi sold for PhP420. It is a local fish that is marinated with soy and miso. Another best-seller is the grilled yellow fin tuna steak for PhP390 with ratatouille, green beans and smashed pesto marble potatoes. Aside from these fish dishes, Mama’s also serves other seafood menu including their signature chilli pepper calamares and the prawn sinigang (sour soup).


3. Sirena Restaurant and Clifftop Bar

Where: Shangrila Boracay Resort and Spa, Barangay Yapak, Boracay


seafood

You can taste a variety of seafood at Sirena.

Image: Nat Villanueva

When you want something fancy like a dinner on top of a cliff, Sirena Seafood Restaurant & Clifftop Bar is a must-visit. They boast of their seafood platter (PhP9,860), a combination of grilled lobster, prawns, squid soft-shell crab, and fresh fish. Another must-try dish at this place is their curry laksa noodles with lobster (PhP3,310) or with prawns (PhP1,100). You can then pair their seafood menu with a refreshing herb cocktail or you can have a taste of their selected cocktails, wines and beers.

July 2020 Update: This restaurant is temporarily closed.



4. Pamana

Where: Beachfront, Station 1, Boracay


grill

Another must-try at Pamana is this Seafood Aligue Paella.

Image: Pamana Restaurant

When it comes to Filipino seafood, Pamana Restaurant is the place to be at the White Beach. The establishment serves the usual meaty Pinoy dishes with a seafood twist. Their best-seller is their sisig (PhP300) which is usually made from parts of chicken and pork but they use the milkfish belly and tofu instead. Another dish to try at Pamana is their tuna gising gising (PhP320)—fresh tuna cooked in chilies with herbs, green beans, and coconut milk.

July 2020 Update: This restaurant is temporarily closed.


5. Plato D’ Boracay

Where: D’Mall Palengke, Station 2, Boracay


lobster

Try a different cooking style at Plato D’ Boracay.

Image: Ruth Abigail Florido – Ramos

Seafood is on top of the list for Plato D’ Boracay customers. The restaurant offers the popular paluto or cooking service. This means you can buy seafood from the market and have it cooked at the restaurant. The most famous among patrons is their seafood sinigang (sour soup) with shrimp or fish. Another favorite is the flavorful buttered or chili garlic shrimp. Cooking service usually costs PhP150 and up per kilo. A little known fact about this restaurant is that it used to have a wider space at D’ Talipapa but was unfortunately destroyed by fire in 2017. Luckily, they have a branch in D’Mall market which is still in operation today.

July 2020 Update: This restaurant is temporarily closed.


6. Los Indios Bravos

Where: White House Beach Resort Station 1, Boracay


fish

Taste a little bit of everything with this seafood platter.

Image: Los Indos Bravos

Los Indios Bravos is a gastropub best known for their wide range of local craft beers. But aside from the booze, the restaurant is also popular for their seafood dishes perfectly paired with their alcohol. The most famous is their cold seafood platter with poached prawns and mussels, smoked salmon, pan-seared tuna, fresh oysters, baby octopus, and fish ceviche shooters.

July 2020 Update: This restaurant will reopen soon, but the exact date hasn’t been announced yet.


For more places to check out in Boracay, visit Yoorekka!


7. Nalka

Where: The Muse Hotel, Beachfront, Station 1, Boracay


fish

There are many other seafood options at Nalka.

Image: Nalka

Nalka is the in-house restaurant of The Muse Hotel. Every weekend, there is an overflowing seafood feast thanks to their seafood buffet worth PhP699. But even on regular days, seafood dishes are also the star on their menu. The restaurant also boasts of their fresh seafood as the main ingredients to their menus.


8. Red Corner Boracay

Where: Tindahan it Boracay, Sitio Kipot, Barangay Manocmanoc, Boracay


Boracay

There are many other seafood options at Nalka.

Image: Red Corner

Red Corner is another paluto restaurant on the island. But instead of being in a crowded area, Red Corner is situated in a peaceful food court hall at Sitio Tulubhan in Manocmanoc which is about five minutes from D’Mall by tricycle. Guests can buy fresh seafood at Tindahan It Boracay and have it cooked at Red Corner. Though new, the restaurant is highly recommended by their guests. Their must try is the crabs in creamy coconut cream (PhP250 per kilo) which is a specialty of the owner.



No beach trip is complete without having a taste of seafood. Luckily, Boracay doesn’t only offer gorgeous beaches but delicious seafood restaurants, too!


This article was originally published in Yoorekka on April 26, 2019.
Due to changing quarantine measures, the destination/s, store/s, establishment/s featured in this article might be temporarily closed under the latest government policies. LGUs might also implement health protocols and travel requirements. Please contact the establishment/s before visiting. Stay safe!


seafood restaurants Boracay

Boracay’s seafood restaurants deserve a spot in your itinerary.


Aside from finding a place to stay, deciding where to eat is also one hard question to answer. Much more if you are in Boracay, for the options are just too many. The island doesn’t fall short with options to choose from, from high-end restaurants to street foods along the beach, you can find it here.

While you are there, you shouldn’t miss out on the seafood and the seafood restaurants in Boracay. Although fishing is not allowed, a lot of fresh seafood is delivered on the island daily. In fact, it’s where most seafood from nearby towns is distributed.

But since the options are too many, we listed some seafood restaurants in Boracay you have got to check out.


1. Dos Mestizos

Where: Calle Remedios, Sitio Manggayad, Station 3, Boracay


Boracay

You can try this classic Spanish dish at Dos Mestizos.

Image: Don Mestizos

With its name, one can tell that you can find Spanish dishes in Dos Mestizos. Their best-seller is their Paella Valenciana, a Spanish dish made of rice, meat and a lot of seafood priced from PhP900. The dish has different sizes which can serve two to eight people. Aside from the filling paella, a lot of other seafood dishes are also served at Doz Mestizos. They also have a small community market which serves Filipino food at a reasonable price. One of their best-sellers is the grilled milkfish served with rice sold for PhP140.



2. Mama’s Fish House

Where: Diniwid Beach, Boracay


restaurants

Mahi Mahi is served with a twist at Mama’s Fish House.

Image: Mama’s Fish House

Mama’s Fish House can be found at the far end of Diniwid Beach just at the premises of Microtel Inns & Suites. Guests come to Mama’s for its relaxing ambience, away from the hustle and bustle at the White Beach.

Seafood is also the star of the menu of Mama’s Fish House serving the fresh catch of the day. Their best-seller is the red roasted mahi mahi sold for PhP420. It is a local fish that is marinated with soy and miso. Another best-seller is the grilled yellow fin tuna steak for PhP390 with ratatouille, green beans and smashed pesto marble potatoes. Aside from these fish dishes, Mama’s also serves other seafood menu including their signature chilli pepper calamares and the prawn sinigang (sour soup).


3. Sirena Restaurant and Clifftop Bar

Where: Shangrila Boracay Resort and Spa, Barangay Yapak, Boracay


seafood

You can taste a variety of seafood at Sirena.

Image: Nat Villanueva

When you want something fancy like a dinner on top of a cliff, Sirena Seafood Restaurant & Clifftop Bar is a must-visit. They boast of their seafood platter (PhP9,860), a combination of grilled lobster, prawns, squid soft-shell crab, and fresh fish. Another must-try dish at this place is their curry laksa noodles with lobster (PhP3,310) or with prawns (PhP1,100). You can then pair their seafood menu with a refreshing herb cocktail or you can have a taste of their selected cocktails, wines and beers.

July 2020 Update: This restaurant is temporarily closed.



4. Pamana

Where: Beachfront, Station 1, Boracay


grill

Another must-try at Pamana is this Seafood Aligue Paella.

Image: Pamana Restaurant

When it comes to Filipino seafood, Pamana Restaurant is the place to be at the White Beach. The establishment serves the usual meaty Pinoy dishes with a seafood twist. Their best-seller is their sisig (PhP300) which is usually made from parts of chicken and pork but they use the milkfish belly and tofu instead. Another dish to try at Pamana is their tuna gising gising (PhP320)—fresh tuna cooked in chilies with herbs, green beans, and coconut milk.

July 2020 Update: This restaurant is temporarily closed.


5. Plato D’ Boracay

Where: D’Mall Palengke, Station 2, Boracay


lobster

Try a different cooking style at Plato D’ Boracay.

Image: Ruth Abigail Florido – Ramos

Seafood is on top of the list for Plato D’ Boracay customers. The restaurant offers the popular paluto or cooking service. This means you can buy seafood from the market and have it cooked at the restaurant. The most famous among patrons is their seafood sinigang (sour soup) with shrimp or fish. Another favorite is the flavorful buttered or chili garlic shrimp. Cooking service usually costs PhP150 and up per kilo. A little known fact about this restaurant is that it used to have a wider space at D’ Talipapa but was unfortunately destroyed by fire in 2017. Luckily, they have a branch in D’Mall market which is still in operation today.

July 2020 Update: This restaurant is temporarily closed.


6. Los Indios Bravos

Where: White House Beach Resort Station 1, Boracay


fish

Taste a little bit of everything with this seafood platter.

Image: Los Indos Bravos

Los Indios Bravos is a gastropub best known for their wide range of local craft beers. But aside from the booze, the restaurant is also popular for their seafood dishes perfectly paired with their alcohol. The most famous is their cold seafood platter with poached prawns and mussels, smoked salmon, pan-seared tuna, fresh oysters, baby octopus, and fish ceviche shooters.

July 2020 Update: This restaurant will reopen soon, but the exact date hasn’t been announced yet.


For more places to check out in Boracay, visit Yoorekka!


7. Nalka

Where: The Muse Hotel, Beachfront, Station 1, Boracay


fish

There are many other seafood options at Nalka.

Image: Nalka

Nalka is the in-house restaurant of The Muse Hotel. Every weekend, there is an overflowing seafood feast thanks to their seafood buffet worth PhP699. But even on regular days, seafood dishes are also the star on their menu. The restaurant also boasts of their fresh seafood as the main ingredients to their menus.


8. Red Corner Boracay

Where: Tindahan it Boracay, Sitio Kipot, Barangay Manocmanoc, Boracay


Boracay

There are many other seafood options at Nalka.

Image: Red Corner

Red Corner is another paluto restaurant on the island. But instead of being in a crowded area, Red Corner is situated in a peaceful food court hall at Sitio Tulubhan in Manocmanoc which is about five minutes from D’Mall by tricycle. Guests can buy fresh seafood at Tindahan It Boracay and have it cooked at Red Corner. Though new, the restaurant is highly recommended by their guests. Their must try is the crabs in creamy coconut cream (PhP250 per kilo) which is a specialty of the owner.



No beach trip is complete without having a taste of seafood. Luckily, Boracay doesn’t only offer gorgeous beaches but delicious seafood restaurants, too!


This article was originally published in Yoorekka on April 26, 2019.

author

Karen writes to earn a living, tell stories and promote her advocacies. She’s a traveler and a volunteer. Her adventurous soul makes her more comfortable to sleep on the couch of a stranger than pay bucks for accommodation. Her ultimate dream is to travel the world, master a foreign language and learn how to swim. To keep her sanity while chasing her dreams, she chases waterfalls on weekends.

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