6 Restaurants and Cafes that offers Filipino Breakfast in Boracay

6 Restaurants and Cafes that offers Filipino Breakfast in Boracay

With so many choices to choose from, finding the perfect breakfast to start your day may get you thinking, where will I go? or what will I eat?

Whether you're a foreigner or a local tourist, nothing's better than trying out or tasting what the Filipino breakfast has to offer.

There is no need to scratch your head; here is the list of cafes and restaurants that provide the best Filipino breakfast in Boracay. Enjoy!

Cafe del Sol

Cafe Del Sol - Congee

The first-ever modern, full-service coffee shop to open on Boracay Island, located at the Beachfront, D'mall of Boracay, Station 2. On the list, we've included coffees, sandwiches, rice meals, and even pancakes; what's missing that this cafe has to offer? Congees! Nothing beats a good rice porridge mixed with your choice of chicken or pork, topped with salted egg, toasted garlic, and spring onions, served with calamansi, soy sauce, and fish sauce on the side.

It Opens every day from 7:00 am to 11:00 pm.

Kuya J

Kuya J Relyenong Talong

A well-renowned restaurant in the Philippines, Kuya J offers various meals from breakfast down to dinner. Are you an egg breakfast kind of person? Then, try the Relyenong Talong! Also known as The Filipino omelet, pan-fried grilled eggplant with egg mixed with fresh tomatoes and cheese. The Beef Pares (tender pot roast beef with a mildly sweet and garlicky soup) with Garlic Rice is also a mouth-watering breakfast to eat. Located at the Azalea Hotel and Residence, Brgy. Balabag Station 2, Boracay, Aklan.

Opens from 6 am until 10 pm.

Lemoni Cafe

Lemoni Coconut Pancake
Lemoni Coconut Pancake

Another all-day breakfast cafe found at the D'mall D Boracay, Stall 117. What makes this cafe stand out from the rest is its smoked Bangus dish with scrambled eggs, garlic rice, and a side dish of atchara. Not much of a rice breakfast? Then, try their coconut pancakes; it's worth the taste! They also serve top desserts that are to die for. Definitely check it out once you're in Boracay.

Opens from 7:00 am until 11:00 pm every day.


Nonies Vegan Champorado
Vegan Champorado

Believers of the philosophy that everyone has the right to good, clean and fair food, Nonie's only use the freshest ingredients possible. Stationed at Hue Hotel and Resorts, Station 2 of Boracay. Have a taste of their Tuna PAN de SAL, freshly baked pandesal, with Seared Tuna, soft boiled egg, seasonal greens, plus sweet potato chips. They also offer vegan meals such as the Vegan Champorado, black organic rice mixed with local cacao powder, whipped with coconut cream and topped with toasted cashew and sweet potato chips. It is a totally worthy place to eat a hearty breakfast, well, in this case, brunch.

Opens every Friday to Sunday from 10:00 am until 1:00 pm.

Real Coffee and Tea Cafe

Calamansi Muffin
Calamansi Muffin photo by Yummy.ph (Real Coffee's Calamansi Muffins Are Calling Us Back to Boracay)

What could be more peaceful than enjoying a cup of coffee while looking at the ever ethereal sight of the white beach? This cafe is located at Sea World Station 2 of Boracay. It offers an all-day breakfast meal, freshly brewed coffees, and other drinks, but it's most famous for its fluffy Calamansi Muffin. Both Foreigners and locals alike applaud the Calamansi Muffin for its unique flavor and texture. A complement while taking a sip of that coffee.

Every day open from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm.

Sunny Side Cafe

bacon and mango grilled cheese sandwiches

Of course, the list wouldn't be complete without including the Sunny Side Cafe, an all-day breakfast restaurant situated at Station X, Station 2 Main Road of Boracay. You may have heard of this cafe before, but it's just so good that it's worth coming back to. It's highly known for its bacon and mango grilled cheese sandwiches. For newbies who haven't tasted it yet, try it!

Opens every day, starting at 7:00 am until 10:00 pm.

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