In a good way, that is! Of course, our trip isn’t complete without tasting the delectable food from Boracay. I’ll be making several posts about it and I will definitely make you drool. Haha!
One of the things I missed on my first Boracay trip is the chori burger so I made it a point to have one this time. And yeah, it is truly delicious!
Chori burger is sliced and grilled chorizo on grilled bread. It costs P50 with or without bread so I opted for the one with bread na para sulit. Hehe. I am just wondering if you really put hot sauce on it. Because manang tindera did and I was quite caught off-guard when I took a bite and there was so much hot sauce that it completely overwhelmed the taste of the chorizo. Ganun ba talaga un? Hmmm.. I had to buy a large Buco Express shake to cool down and wash off the spiciness.
While I fell for the chori burger, my J fancied the grilled squid. You’ll appreciate it when it’s still crispy but after some time it becomes rubbery so it’s better to eat it as fast as you can or else your jaw will hurt from chewing. Hehe. I was thinking it would taste better when dipped in vinegar.
Look at the fresh and huge seafood!
Very tempting and so when we had seafood for lunch on the next day, my stomach was as happy as ever. If I remember it right, the name of the restaurant is Paradiso Grill. It is located between Le Soleil and D’Mall in Station 2. You first have to buy the fresh sea food by grams and then they cook it the way you like it.
Expect to spend at least P400 each if you dine in Paradiso Grill. It’s quite pricey though but I honestly think it is one of the best grill and seafood restaurants in Boracay. We tried similar restaurants in D’ Talipapa and although those are easy-on-the-pocket, I will still choose Paradiso Grill and be very willing to shell out extra bucks for a more sumptuous meal.
Have you tried these on your Boracay trip? How was your experience?