and Many others
There are also a lot of fresh sea foods that you can buy and ready to cook either steamed or grilled, you can also ask how would you like to cook your foods.
Always the number one in the list for you to choose are the lobster, crab, shrimp, tuna, lapulapu, parrot fish and many others.
Other restaurants serve a buffet dinner for a reasonable price. their main attraction for their menu is the Lechon, packages with Filipino foods with soup, salads, and fruits, "also known as eat all you can."
Maybe you are wondering what is this Lechon about.
Lechon is a whole roasted pig. The taste is better when served on beds of banana leaves.
The word lechón originated from the Spanish term lechón, referring to a suckling pig and it is roasted.
There are also a lot,s of Fast food in Boracay along D' Mall like Mang Inasal, they serve grilled chicken with unlimited rice for only Php120.00 pesos.
If you are a music lover, you can also choose a dinner with music played by a local Filipino acoustics bands.
Other Filipino food you may also love to try are
1. Adobo - It is chicken and pork cooked in vinegar and soy sauce.
2. Lumpia - a fried egg rolls.
3. Halohalo - shaved ice and milk with tropical add-ins.
4. Balot - consisting of duck eggs incubated almost to the point of hatching and then boiled.
Balot is one of the Filipino exotic food. You can buy this in a balot vendor roaming in every street's at night and shouting balot in the islands of Boracay.
You can also visit D' Talipapa Market where you can buy fresh sea foods and you can ask for cooking, also known "Paluto" in the nearby restaurant.
In D' Talipapa there also a lot's of restaurants and fast food.