We were sick of eating at Andok’s Manok every single day. Bringing your whole family to Boracay can really put a strain on your wallet, so besides carinderia food, we were at the ubiquitous lechon manok place almost every single day. And by the third time, we’re quite sick of it.
|ANDOK’S BORACAY AT STATION THREE BEACHFRONT|
|THE SMOKE RESTO AT BORACAY’S D’MALL|
So, I scoured the net, looking for Boracay restaurants with budget below the hundred peso mark. I know Smoke Resto at D’Mall is one, but I was surprised to find that the place has since closed down. We proceeded to its other branch, but it was packed, as expected.
Since it was already quite late for lunch, we simply decided to eat on a restaurant a few steps away from it, Plato D’ Boracay.