One Stop Food Hub on Boracay
Finding a good place to sunbathe and eat well on White Beach, Boracay could be challenging when you want to try everything among the long line of choices on hand on the 4 ½ kilometer beach.
Yet, there is one thereabout in Station 1 which offers basically everything for anyone that’s visiting the Philippines, namely Filipino food, sandwiches, pasta, crepes, vegan delights, fresh smoothies, cold-pressed juices, nutritious bowls and more.
All of these island goodies are found in the cute beach hub of Damiana’s Modern Filipino, Ti Braz Creperie and FUEL.
This three-in-one food place has started with Ti Braz Creperie and French Bistro serving International specials like Italian pasta, Shepherd’s Pie, French Onion Soup, Grilled Rosemary Lamb with Couscous, Ratatouille, Croque Monsieur French toast with ham, gruyere and béchamel, fresh caught mollusks called Moules Mariners, and salads to name a few.
Yet, the food that has drawn in more crowd to Ti Braz is the crepes. Thanks to its 50% off promo on Tuesdays and Thursdays where guests are able to sample more of its sweet and savory offerings, such as: Parisienne with ground beef, egg, gruyere cheese and vegetables; Ala King with chicken, roasted pepper, béchamel and emmenthal; Epicard with spinach, mushroom, cream and goat cheese; Bananafique with vanilla ice cream; Tropique with fresh tropical fruits; and Mango Amour with vanilla ice cream and chocolate sauce.
With the ongoing demand for Filipino food on the island, Damiana’s Modern Filipino was added to compliment Ti Braz.
Damiana’s Filipino food, on the other hand is an inspired rendition of the country’s beloved traditional dishes, giving rise to the likes of famous sour stew Sinigang infused with oxtails, vegetables and batuan sour fruit, Tinapa Spring Rolls with angel hair noodles and carrot strips, Pochero tomato-based pork stew with assorted vegetables, veggie dish of Ginataang Gulay in Coconut milk with signature seasoning, the country’s popular beer munchies Tokwa’t Baboy of deep-fried pork belly and tofu marinated in soy sauce, vinegar, onions and chili, Twice Cooked Adobo of tenderized pork or chicken simmered in soy, vinegar, garlic and onions, and Beefsteak Tagalog of. Beef tenderloin fillets sauteed in soy-calamansi sauce with Crispy Onion Rings.
FUEL, which stands for Fruits Used to Energize Life, obviously represents a fresher array of treats that aptly fuel the body with raw energy in light bites or beverages. This comprise of vegetarian dishes like Zucchini Noodles, Tomato Pesto Salad, Quinoa Tabouleh, muesli, omelets and a variety of beverages from fresh brewed tea, gourmet coffee, fresh fruit smoothies, and cold-pressed mixtures of fruits, vegetables and herbs.
A must-order is the FUEL Bowls, which is a delicious and crunchy assemblage of fruits, nuts, seeds, herbs, spices and granola.
Matching these delicious consumptions is the patch of white sand in front that beckons for an all-out fun day on the beach.
While something so good as these are found in a lovely spot on White Beach, it simply shows that there is this one-stop food hub where you can bask under the sun, maximize your day on the beach and savor a variety of flavourful dishes without moving away from your cozy spot.
Visit Damiana’s Modern Filipino, Ti Braz Creperie and French Bistro and FUEL at Station 1 near Boat Station 1 on White Beach, Boracay Island, Malay, Aklan.
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