If you think this place is great then you obviously haven't eaten elsewhere in Boracay.
We thought we'd give it a go, a change from the usual seafood and traditional Philippino food. We ordered the Mexican platter and the amount of processed cheese scattered made it look like a dog's breakfast. Taste was less than ordinary. The pitcher of Sangria was good but gets warm quickly due to the heat so get a smaller drink, unless you like warm drinks.
Service was friendly but doesn't make up for the poor quality of food and cost. We spent over $20 for the Sangria, and another $20 for the platter, cost is similar to western prices. In Boracay you could get a much better seafood meal for this price.
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