Palay

Philippine Tatler Best Restaurants - - MEDITERRANEAN -

WHY GO

If you want to be away from the bustling crowd of Bo­ra­cay's white beach, head to this gem tucked away on the quiet end of the is­land.

TATLER TIPS

The à la carte menu of­fers a mélange of gas­tro­nomic treats from East to West. Or­der a va­ri­ety to com­plete your culi­nary jour­ney. While the restau­rant takes pride in its chapchae (thinly sliced beef ten­der­loin on glass noo­dles with a sesame oil-based sauce), an equal con­tender is the pancit luglug, their ver­sion of the well-loved Filipino rice noo­dle dish. Chil­dren and adults alike will def­i­nitely find the south­ern fried chicken ir­re­sistible. Paired with steamed rice, this old-time favourite is the per­fect ex­cuse to load up on carbs. A re­fresh­ing treat is the buko juice, plucked straight from the sur­round­ing co­conut trees and served in its orig­i­nal shell.

Mango cheese­cake PHP 1,000-1,499 PER PER­SON

Chapchae

South­ern fried chicken

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