Whenever I go to Boracay, I always make a mental note to visit Real Coffee and try their famous Calamansi Muffin. For some reasons
which cannot be attributed to the good-looking and buff guys that distract my attention, I tend
to forget it when I'm there and just remember when I'm in the boat
bidding goodbye to the island paradise.
On our second day in Boracay, my hungry tummy woke me up early while my mom, sister and nephew were all sleeping soundly. I decided not to wake them up and explore the island by myself. I was on my way to Starbucks when a familiar name easily caught my attention!
Real Coffee this way ==>
The arrow led me to Real Coffee and Tea, an all-day breakfast cafe by mother and daughter tandem popular for their delicious coffee and Calamansi Muffins.
Since I was dining alone, I decided to sit by the counter facing their very clean and organized open kitchen. The waitress gave me the menu which I didn't bother reading because I knew exactly what I came here for. I asked for two Calamansi Muffins that she apologetically said was not available that time as the muffins are still being baked and won't be ready until lunch time.
After placing my order and giving my contacts, I took the menu again and gave it another look. It took me a couple of minutes before realizing what I wanted -- The Elvis!
|The Elvis - Php175.00|
French Toast + Banana + Peanut Butter = Breakfast fit for a queen with growling tummy
At exactly 12noon that day, I picked up a box of Real Coffee's freshly baked Calamansi Muffins which I shared with my mom and sister in our hotel room. It was really delicious and just exactly how they claim it to be -- moist, not too sweet with just the right amount of tang.
|Calamansi Muffin - Php50 per piece|
Definitely a must-try if you're looking for a homey, quick, fresh and delicious bite.
Real Coffee and Tea Cafe
Boat Station 1, Boracay Island
Malay, Aklan, Philippines
Tel.: (6336) 288-5340