I was off on one of my excursions in the Island of Boracay when I got to finally try one of the most eye-catching food spots in the beach front.
The Seabreeze Café and Restobar, this more than subtle food place has been catching my attention for a few times now, not only by the number of tourists that seems to be flocking the place but by the cool and ambient atmosphere it seems to be providing.
From the front tables which I suggest anyone of you who would care to try, you can see the white sands, blue clouds and pristine waters of Boracay.
The buffet they serve is really something. They provide a full course meal from different countries ensuring that their guests, whatever country they are from, would feel at home easily. Besides International Cuisine, they also give justice to local Filipino food.
For my visit I was able to try their food during breakfast time. Everything you can imagine for a full and complete breakfast can be found here.
You have bacon, ham and different kinds of meat.
An egg station will also provide much needed protein. Omelets and fried eggs-Yum!
Rice and different viands are also available
Three containers churn out different kinds of cereal and of course milk
They also have a variety of Kakanin (Filipino sticky rice dishes)
Of course they also have fruits
They offer different beverages
They have a bread station that serves a large variety of bread. You can also heat your bread using this cool conveyer belt thing.
The open area of the restaurant gives a cool and spacious feeling to the place. Imagine the wind from the sea blowing at you while you enjoy chomping down on your bacon.
I talked to Mr. Jay R, manager of the Seabreeze Café since 2007. He had given us an insight into the perspective of the Café to provide good food and quality service. The crew as I observed also keep a vibrant atmosphere within the place.
Besides their breakfast buffet, they also offer other courses during lunch and dinner. Their rates are as follow:
- Breakfast – Php 488.00, from 6:00 am to 10:00 am
- Lunch – Php 549.00, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
- Dinner – Php 756.00, from 6:00 pm to 10:00pm
Besides the great food, they also offer entertainment during dinner time with dancing and music. The peak season according to Mr. Jay R is during the months of October to January.
There are cheaper alternatives if you’re on a tight budget but if you ever want a classy and heart full meal you should definitely try this buffet so… If you ever go spelunking in the island of Boracay and you suddenly have the craving for a full and happy stomach, I would definitely recommend the buffet of Seabreeze Café!
A visit to this place during meal time will definitely give you enough energy and refreshments for your Boracay Island adventure.
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