Saw this on a couple of restaurants in Boracay:
|If you are drinking to forget, please pay before you drink.|
It reminded me of a couple of friends who got so drunk that they ended up sleeping on the beach. Goodtimes! And no, it wasn't me, I still don't drink any alcoholic beverage until now thank you very much.
So before the names slip from my lips, let's get back to business *wink*.
One of the things I love about Boracay is the variety of food it offers: Korean, Japanese, Greek, French, Mexican, Cuban, Spanish and Filipino of course -- name it and they have it! So fitting in that perfect bikini will always be a dream because one day in the island and all the weeks I spent dieting is vanished.
Here's the reason why I gained a couple of pounds in three days:
Ole' which serves the best Spanish Tapas and Paella in town.
|I am so loving the interiors, don't you?|
As much as I want to have Paella Negra that day, my tummy was already crumbling and I don't think it can wait 40 minutes to be filled in.
On the table
|Pollo al Curry de Madrid (Chicken Curry of Madrid)|
|Lomo Con Pimiento (Slices of Pork Tenderloin with|
Don Vito Ristorante Italiano Gelato
|waiting for my order|
|I had the Ferrero flavor which is their bestseller, but I find it ordinary.|
Dinner at La Carmela's buffet which includes typical Filipino dishes like Pork Adobo, Chicken Curry, Pansit, Steamed vegetables and Mongolian Stir Fry.
Boracay Hawaiian BBQ
|Sweet and sour sauce glazing the fall-off-the bone ribs|
|Potato and apple salad|
|The best mango shake ever!|
Another Gelato moment.
|I ordered Pistachio flavor this time and it's way better than Ferrero.|
I Luv Backyard BBQ
On the table
|Honey Mustard Spareribs|
Dining in Boracay is always something I look forward to -- delicious food, excellent service, attentive and very friendly wait staff, always interesting crowd and most of all, you got to eat in your bikini.
This post is enough reason to go back, don't you think?
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