Where to get cold treats to combat the summer heat 2021 in Boracay?

Where to get cold treats to combat the summer heat 2021 in Boracay?

It's summer! And what more ways to beat the heat besides taking a swim on the beautiful white beach? Easy, to eat and drink some cold treats!
It's time to quench your thirst, be free to choose which is the best for you as we're giving you the list of Cafes that will leave you to feel refreshed. Enjoy!

Aria's Gelato

Gelato
Gelato

Beat the summer heat with Aria's Gelato. This Italian inspired restaurant stationed at D'mall of Boracay not only serves one, nor two, not even three, but 18 different flavours of gelato. From the seasonal flavour of avocados to the trending tiramisu. It's up to you to try and find your favourite flavour. They even have this bubble gum Rosa flavour. Not sure what will it taste like? Well, you'll never know unless you try it. And that's not all; included in their menu are the famous banana split and the chef's creation strawberries and cream.

It Opens every day from 11:00 am till 11:00 pm.

Bunchies

Oreo Chocolate and Cream Frappe
Oreo Chocolate and Cream Frappe

Bunchies offers Aussie-Inspired with a Filipino touch cuisine. Located at Sitio Hagdan, Brgy. Yapak, Malay Aklan. A relaxing cafe to take a break and unwind as it provides various snacks, coffees (iced or hot), and other drinks; plus, it has a wifi connection. While you're there, try out their New Oreo, Chocolate and Cream Frappe, a yummy drink that'll make you want to come back for more. Or, if you're not a frappe fan, have a taste of Brownie a la mode, enjoy a warm and gooey brownie, served with a generous scoop of vanilla ice cream drizzled with chocolate sauce!

It opens from Tuesday to Sunday, from 8:00 am to 9:00 pm.

Cafe Maruja

cafe maruja nutella milk shake
Nutella Milk Shake

Drink delicious smoothies or fresh juices while bracing the sea wind at Cafe Maruja, stationed at the Beach front of Station 3 of Boracay. The cafe has a native design that gives a comfy feeling. Are you a lover of Nutella? Then, you're in luck! Have a go at this cafe's Nuttela Milkshake; just seeing it can make you drool.

It opens Every day, starting at 8:00 am until 8:00 pm.

Coco Mama

coco mama coconut ice cream
Coconut ice cream

Coco mama has its twist on their ice cream. Namely their coconut ice cream. This vegan-friendly treat is perfect on a tropical island. Serve with mangos on the side along with pinipig toppings with sticky rice in the centre. A very Filipino inspired ice cream. And did I mention they also serve it in literally in coconuts? It is located at D'mall Palengke of Boracay.

Its service starts from 10:00 am to 9:30 pm; open every day.

Jony's Restaurant

Jonys Fruitshake
Jony's Fruitshake

This legendary restaurant is said to be the first fruit shake stands on the Island of Boracay. Refreshen your day with tons of fruit flavours to choose from and drink the shake as you stroll underneath the clear blue sky. Their costs range from 80 to 180, depending on the menu. But you can also ask for a customized fruit shake. How great of a deal is that? It is located at the White Beach, Station 1 of Boracay.

It opens from 7:00 am until 9:30 pm

Little Wave

Salted cream ice latte
Salted cream ice latte

A cozy cafe stationed at Station X, Main Road of Boracay. All coffee lovers should take a sip of their lattes! Especially the Salted Cream Ice Latte, their famous coffee drink. A must-visit when you're here in Boracay.

Closed on Tuesdays but is open the rest of the week, starting at 8:00 am until 6:00 pm.

SuperMagic Burgers and Ice Cream

Supermagic's Evil breakfast ice cream
Supermagic's Evil breakfast ice cream

Are you looking for something unique? Then, have a taste of this cafe's Evil Breakfast Ice Cream! It's got cereal milk ice cream, cereal crumbs, some chocolate sauce, and fresh bananas. A treat to make your day complete! Located at Station X, Hue Hotel, Main Road corner Boracay food street, Station 2.

It opens every day from 11:00 am until 10:00 pm.


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