Lots of small meals like this tend to be the in-house Boracay eating style. Breakfast is usually the biggest meal of the day with all the accommodation outfits serving up a mix of tropical fruits, eggs and toast. There are amazing buffets on offer at the five-star resorts. <br /><br /> The diversity of tourists here means that there are restaurants to suit all tastes. Woodfire pizza places and Chinese restaurants are part and parcel of a dining scene that is casual but top quality. <br /><br />
<h3>White Beach - Station 3</h3>
There are hundreds of dining options along White Beach and many visitors enjoy a meal at one of them after enjoying sunset drinks right at the beach. The section around boat station 3 is the part of White Beach where most of the lowest priced accommodations are found and budget dining options serving basic dishes and things like pizza and pasta are located here. <br /><br />
<h3>White Beach - Station 1</h3>
Some of the upscale resorts like the White Beach Terraces have excellent a la carte fine dining and at times, reservations may be required at these places. The more expensive hotels and restaurants are all located around boat station 1 so visitors looking for a more sophisticated, and pricier, dining experience will want to head to this part of White Beach. <br /><br />
<h3>Boracay Main Road</h3>
It takes less than 15 minutes to walk across the entire island of Boracay but anyone struck with hunger along the journey can stop at any of the hawker stalls or small diners that line either side of the Boracay Main Road. Occasional convenience stores sell pre-packaged snacks.