Boracay: Al Fresco Dining Supreme

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“Boracay: Al Fresco Dining Supreme, “ today’s post, features photos from a recent trip we took to Boracay. My lovely asawa and I, along with two nieces and a nephew, decided to eat outside on the beach a couple of nights. We wanted to take advantage of the spectacular views at Station 2 on Boracay’s White Beach at a joint called the Globy Traveling Chef.


Dining at the Globy Traveling Chef

While the green algae that smothered the beaches back in April, the month we visited, were still prevalent, the setting sun and ambiance all made up for the algae nuisance. Check out the edge of the beach on the following photograph to see a tinge of green.

While our crew waited for their dinner, I took the opportunity to snap the following shot. Everyone was relaxed and having a good time. There were still a plethora of sailboats out on the water enjoying the sunset, also.

The following picture catches our server in action. He’s bringing a couple of adult beverages along with some soft drinks for the kids. Service at Globy’s was excellent.

The next picture catches our server in action. He’s bringing a couple of adult beverages along with some soft drinks and juice shakes for the kids while our food is being prepared.

 

The food has arrived! Our two nieces dig in to a chicken dish served with, what else, rice.

I downed this pizza which was absolutely one of the best pizza dishes I’ve ever tasted. It was called Globy’s Pizza and featured ham, olives, capsicum, tomato, mushroom and garlic. At 450 pesos, nine US Dollars, it was well worth the price. And yes, dear readers, I devoured it all by myself though I might have given my spouse a slice.

Here’s a look at Globy’s menu. Our total bill with drinks came to around 3,000 pesos, 60 bucks, but it was money well spent. If you’re looking for a great al fresco dining experience in Boracay, I highly recommend Globy’s.

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POST AUTHOR: "THE KANO" OVER 1300 POSTS PUBLISHED SINCE 2009. Dave DeWall, "The Kano", is the Publisher & Editor-in-Chief of "Philippines Plus". He is also the CEO of Lizard Poop Productions. Dave moved to the Philippines in July 2009 from Central Illinois with his lovely wife of over 17 years, "The Sainted Patient Wife"'. The couple is based in Guimaras. They have no children but are the proud owners of eight puppies, including a Belgian Shepherd called "Killer".