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Where do you get an affordable and decent meal in Boracay amidst the COVID-19 pandemic? Unfortunately, many restaurants have remained closed. No fret! A few have remained open to serve. Enjoy Boracay. No need to shell out more money. Below are my top three choices of food establishments where you can get a budget meal for as low as 100 pesos per head.

All three restaurants are located in the center of Boracay. Check the map below.

They all follow the safety and health protocols. No mask, no entry. At the entrance, a dedicated staff checks your body temperature. There is a hand washing area (with soap and water) or a non contact hand sanitizer dispenser near the doors.

Jasper’s Tapsilog & Resto Boracay

Established in 1995, Jasper’s Tapsilog & Resto Boracay is one of the pioneering restaurants on the island. They have been serving food to locals and travelers alike.

Jasper’s Tapsilog & Resto Boracay is one of the pioneering restaurants on the island.

They serve a variety of Filipino dishes, open everyday from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Budget per head is P 100.


P 70.00

Jasper’s Tapsilog & Resto Boracay

You may order for dine-in or takeaway. For deliveries, call (036) 288 3435.

Jasper’s Tapsilog & Resto Boracay serve breakfast, lunch and dinner.

By the way, their Chicken Tinola is my personal favorite. They serve snacks and short orders, too.



The all-time Filipino favorite fried chicken, Andok’s, reopened way ahead of the other fast food restaurants in Boracay after the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ).

Andok’s reopened way ahead of the other fast food restaurants in Boracay after ECQ.

They have a number of branches spread across Boracay.

Although, I am not sure if all branches reopened. I got to visit only two branches in Station 2: the one inside D’Mall and the one near Laketown.

The Laketown Branch is conveniently located near a water station and the laundromat.


P 75.00

Andok”s Boracay

Aside from their deep-fried chicken, Andok’s serve other equally satisfying yet inexpensive Filipino dishes.

Budget per head is 125 pesos.

The Laketown Branch starts serving from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily, for dine-n and takeaway.


Andoks Boracay was established in the year 2004. D’Mall Outlet in Boracay was the first ever Dine-In Outlet in the whole Philippines.

Andok’s Boracay Facebook Page

Smoke Restaurant

Located in D’Mall market, Smoke Resto specializes in Filipino food.

Budget per head is 150 pesos.

Smoke Restaurant serves Filipino Food guaranteed cooked once you order.

The restaurant has a limited seating capacity. For food delivery, you may call them at +63 36 2886014 or 2884565 or mobile +63908 195 9358, or send them a message thru their Facebook Page. They deliver from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.


P 95.00

Smoke Restaurant

My personal favorite is their hamburger. Watch my vlog below. You may skip to 8:44 for the food review.

Food Review starts at 8:44

Smoke Resto prepares a Weekly Special Menu. And if you are a loyal patron, you will not get bored. You get a variety every week. Below is this week’s specials:

Stay updated by liking their Facebook Page. Take a look at some of their special meals for the day:

Aside from grilled meat, you may order seafood. They buy fresh from the nearby stalls. Talk about the benefits of being situated in a market!


Those are my top three restaurants in Boracay to get budget meals for as low as 100 pesos.

Tourism is slowly picking-up the pace. We expect more establishments to reopen. I cannot wait! Stay tuned for more updates!

Note: Some photos were lifted from the Facebook Pages of the establishments.

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