Boracay Island, Philippines — Dining in Boracay offers a delicious surprise for everybody. There’s always a restaurant that serves something unique, exotic, familiar, and downright satisfying for the palate.
For instance, Ole’ Tapas Bar and Restaurant know how tantalizing Spanish, Mexican and Cuban cuisine could be. It offers delightful combinations of legumes, veggies, rice, seafood, and meat prepared in its respective Spanish-influenced origins.
This meticulously conceived menu is owed to its dedicated chef, who hails from Pampanga. This province produces the most impressive breed of culinary artists in the country.
Since the restaurant opened in August of 2005, Ole’s chef and many of the staff have been teaming up to yield a consistent variety of Spanish, Mexican, Cuban, and even Filipino dishes for its diverse diners.
Thus, by simply taking a gastronomy break at Ole’s cozy dining area in D’mall, one could quickly feel satisfied and rejuvenated over ample and sumptuous servings of Tortilla-wrapped chicken, shrimp, beef or combined Fajitas, or any of its eight Paella selections, which include the mixed veggie and meat variant Paella Valenciana, Chicken Paella, Seafood Paella with lobsters, mussels, clams and fish, and the squid-inked Paella Negra.
Other mouthwatering dishes of Ole’ are Sopa de Cocidos with smoked pork and chickpeas, Gambas al Ajillo with shrimp in garlic, tomato-based Spanish meatballs Albondigas, veggie or meat Burritos, Nachos with cheese, tomato, beans, and a choice of beef or chicken. Enchiladas with asparagus and cheese or meat, Tacos with meat or fish with veggies, Veggie burger, and more.
As Ole’s motto, “A Treat That You Deserve,” its menu transcends its Spanish specialties. It also serves Pizza, Spaghetti with a choice of meat or seafood, Salads like Caesar Salad, juicy Tenderloin Steaks served with fries or mashed potato, or all-time Filipino dishes like Adobo and Sinigang.
Whether inside Ole’s cool indoor dining areas, be it downstairs or at the second floor, or at its breezy outdoor dining setup, spending a meal at Ole’ is truly a wonderful experience that brings about a wealth of delicious surprises and countless sophisticated flavors for everyone.
Ole’s Tapas Bar and Restaurant is located in D’Mall, Station 2, Boracay.
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