Where to Eat in Boracay: Three Restaurants for Dinner Dates Around D’Mall
Although Boracay is often marketed as a place for family and friends, the island can still be quite romantic for couples on vacation. After a day filled with island hopping and a luxurious ride on a yacht, you’ll definitely want to cap off a romantic day with a great dinner. In that case, make sure you take the time to visit these restaurants and enjoy an elegant dinner date with your loved one:
Aria has been one of the more iconic Italian restaurants on the island for years now. It’s a beautiful beachfront restaurant, making Aria a go-to place for delicious Italian cuisine. The restaurant also offers guests a fantastic selection of both Old World and New World wines for couples who are looking for a leisurely afternoon drink or a casual nightcap after a day of exploring the island.
We highly recommend getting the Salmon Carpaccio, Tagliatelle Con Tartufo, and the Tiramisu.
Take your taste buds on a tour of Latin America. Located at the ground floor of Feliz Hotel Boracay, La Plaza offers mouthwatering Latin-American dishes with a unique Pinoy twist. The restaurant itself is bright and cheerful, which clearly shows off its Latin-American and Filipino design influences. Overall, the ambiance is fun, yet classy, which can only help impress your date.
We highly recommend getting the Mackerel Ceviche, Paella Gallina Cerdo, and Churros.
If you prefer a more casual dinner date in Boracay, you should definitely try Buenavista, one of the latest rooftop bars on the island. Buenavista serves a variety of elevated comfort foods and refreshing cocktails. The rooftop bar also offers guests panoramic views of Boracay’s white-sand beach. The best time to visit is during sunset, so you can take romantic selfies with your loved one before digging into the hearty flavors of Buenavista’s menu.
We highly recommend getting the Pasta Ragu, Quattro Formaggi Pizza, and any of their Signature Cocktails