Boracay is undeniably the most popular beach in the Philippines. Locals and foreign nationals travel to the island to experience its crystal blue waters and fine white sand. In the recent years, the surge in Korean and Chinese tourists have provided opportunities for new restaurants and food concepts to strive in the ever-challenging food industry in Boracay. Our disappointing and overpriced meal at D' Talipapa earlier that day drove us to look for a seafood restaurant worth the price and calories. Such hunt brought us to Wokeria Crab Pasta House located at D' Mall.
I noticed a lot of Koreans patiently waiting in line with us and checking out Wokeria on their phones. Good for them if they already have a following, business must be booming.
Fast and friendly service, the staff will even offer to peel the crab for you.
What we ordered
|Cucumber and Watermelon Shake|
|Carbonara - Php380.00|
Our impromptu dinner at Wokeria Crab Pasta House turned out to be our best meal of the day. The lighting, the attentive staff, the chill vibe and amazing food validated that we made the right choice of staying in line with other hungry diners. Both pasta dishes were seasoned perfectly, not too heavy, and had loads of seafood and cheese - just the way CS and I prefer it to be!
|Creamy Seafood Fettuccine - Php450.00|
I can't wait to be back in Boracay soon and see the developments our national and local government has done to save our beautiful treasure. And of course, try Wokeria's other famous crab dishes!
Wokeria Crab Pasta House
D' Mall de Boracay
Boracay Island, Malay
Tel.: (6336) 288-2583