We just completed a 4day stay at the Shangri-La Boracay and well what a resort, I will touch more on this in my review on the hotel itself.
Sirena serves up tasty cuisine and we tasted some of the dishes that included Mussel Gratin, Catch-of-the-day(Grilled Lapu Lapu), Clam Chowder, and also the food for our private dinner was also from the Executive Chef at Sirena, that included Lobster Bisque, Pan-seared scallop, Grilled Ribeye, Strawberry Sorbet and Mango Coulis. Everything was good, the bread was warm and soft, the sun-dried tomota dip was fantalicious. The grilled lapu lapu was very tasty and retained much of the original taste and juices. Clam Chowder served here is different from other restaurants as it's not chunky. More of a creamy textured soup base thats very smooth going down, it was extremely fragrant. The scallop was fantastic as well. Mango coulis, oh-so-good! If we had 1 complaint, it would be that the ribeye was a little too salty, at least to our personal preferences.
Special mention to Wynn who waited our table at Sirena/Solana, he was extremely entertaining whilst remaining professional. Very humourous.
It's Shangri-La, so don't expect cheap prices. Overall, the service,food and views still make it a place to visit.
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