Binuya Family @ Boracay – The Delicious, Mouthwatering Part


Some of the photos of the food we ate while we were in Boracay. πŸ™‚ I swear this post will starve you to death. You have been warned. πŸ™‚


Hotdog Sandwich for breakfast!
While waiting for our flight.. Hotdog Sandwich for breakfast!

We didn’t have breakfast before going to Manila, so we had our breakfast at the airport in one of the hotdog stalls. When we arrived, we decided to take our lunch somewhere familiar.. so we ate at Mang Inasal. (No photos taken since there’s nothing special. haha!)

Courtesy of Club Manila East's TC Bubbles

Rainy dinner.. Thanks to TC Bubbles for the buffet πŸ˜›
Dinner from TC Bubbles

Thank you TC Bubbles!

Mama wanted to have seafood dinner by the beach. But since they were all tired of the trip and it was raining so hard, Reggie and I went out to find us dinner. Thanks to him, and Club Manila East’s TC Bubbles, we had a “buffet” dinner in our villa. Β They gave us one of each dish. They gave us clams (or was it oyster? :)), crabs, grilled squid, shrimp, pansit, shanghai rolls, chickencurry, boiled veggies, pork, beef, nai cha. :)Gluttony at its finest. πŸ™‚


So this was the best day for all of us. It was island hopping + water sports + food trip + party day. Since Reggie treated us dinner that night, Mama had extra budget for our breakfast. She and daddy took a walk early that morning and found a buffet breakfast (this one’s a real, hotel buffet) at Boracay Regency‘s Sea Breeze Cafe.

Breakfast Buffet at Seabreeze Cafe, Boracay Regency

Breakfast Buffet-yey-yey!

Ready to eat!

Good morning!!

We had our first time to see what’s under water. After our diving and deep swimming experience, we had to take a break. Ice Cream break at the boat!!

Ice cream on the boat

Feeling hungry after the underwater experience

Of course the price was higher since people had to sell it boat to boat. And then there was lunch.

Sinigang na hipon

Shrimp in tamarind soup (yea πŸ™‚ )

Squid on Stick!

Tender juicy inihaw na pusit (Grilled squid)

Inihaw na bangus (Grilled milkfish)

Lunch at Magic Island - Inihaw na bangus (Grilled milkfish)

So this was our lunch at the Magic Island. Mama and Ate Apple went to the market to buy our food which was cooked by the people in Magic Island. We just had to buy all the ingredients and they will prepare it for us while we enjoy the beach. Our lunch was all native Pinoy food – sinigang, inihaw na isda, inihaw na pusit. Their pusit (squid) was really soft yet tender and juicy. The fish was really delicious and the soup was just right. We were so full we couldn’t move. But we had to eat a lot because we’re having banana boat and flying fish next. πŸ™‚

Later that night, everyone was tired. I was feeling a bit tired too, but c’mon, it’s not everyday that you’re in Boracay. So despite the slight drizzle, we went out and bought souvenirs and pasalubong. We passed by Gelato and decided to try it. We tried ferrero rocher and coffee flavor. Photos are to follow. πŸ™‚

Of course, Boracay invasion is not complete without the nightlife. So we decided to check on Summer Place Boracay (if I’m not mistaken. haha!) which was located just beside our hotel. So we had a few drinks then decided to transfer by the beach front.


It’s time to go home. So we just had brunch at Andok’s after packing our bags. It started to rain heavily. And then our flight was canceled and delayed. So we waited for almost 5 hours and Cebu Pacific gave us Jollibee chicken joy for dinner (not-so joyful dinner) to make up for the delayed flight. But the whole waiting period was fun. We were able to savor our photos and had the chance to talk about how much we enjoyed the trip. πŸ™‚


‘Til we see each other again, B. πŸ™‚





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