Boracay Island? Definitely the most beautiful island in the world that travelers from all parts of the world desire to go to. However, I know for a fact that the Philippines, despite having a significant number of Muslim citizens, lacks a comprehensive information on halal restaurants (whether in Manila, Boracay, Cebu, among others). I have many Muslim friends inside and outside the Philippines, and for their benefit (and for every Muslim traveler’s benefit), I did a research and compiled this list of 11 halal restaurants that can be found in Boracay Island*. I wish I was able to eat on these restaurants and review them during my stay there. But I can always go back to do it, right?
*This list is solely based on online research. So if you want to add something to this list and perhaps suggest corrections, feel free to shoot me a message at my Instagram (instagram.com/wheressherlyn) or at email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
Baharat Kabsa Steakhouse
This is one of the most accessible halal restaurants because it is located right a the heart of D’Mall.
D’Mall, Station 2 (beside Thai Basil Restaurant), Boracay
It is famous for its Moroccan specialties like Hummus Harissa and Lamb Tagine.
True Food Indian Cuisine
It is a two-storey restaurant along the White Beach which offers a wide variety of Indian food.
Station 2, Boracay
Bismillah Halal Turkish Kebab BBQ House
And oh, they also deliver halal food 24 hours! 🙂
Boracay Jannah Halal Food
They serve Middle Eastern, Malaysian and Indonesian cuisine. Oh wait, they also have Western food in their menu!
Station 1, Boracay
Tilapia and Chips
Tilapia is the most cultured freshwater fish in the Philippines and this restaurant is obviously absolutely non-pork serving.
Vintana Restaurant (Shangri-La Boracay)
Previous Muslim guests have reviewed Shangri-La Boracay as one of the most Muslim-friendly places in the island. Bonus: their rooms have prayer direction markers.
Khalil Muslim Food Stall
You can buy seafood at the D’Talipapa (talipapa means wet market), and they will have it cooked for you.
Behind Kim-Nor Souvenir Shop, D’Talipapa, Station 2, Boracay
The Kingdom of Boracay Arabic and Indian Restaurant and Coffee Shop
Look, guys! A huuuuuge menu!
Station 2, Boracay (near The Amazing Show)
*From White Beach, follow the alley between Red Coconut and La Reserve
*From the Main Road, follow the alley beside the Lying-in Clinic
Sunset View Resto Bar
This is the first and so far the only restaurant in Boracay Island with a Halal-certified kitchen.
Not a restaurant but a travel agency which provides Boracay Halal Tours with a Halal Buffet! How cool is that?
Alliyah’s Halal Food Restaurant
They say it’s a very simple restaurant but has an excellent service and good food. orth trying, I think?
Stall 18, EMall, Old Talipapa, Manoc-Manoc, Boracay
Guys, I wanna know if you want to add something on the list. Also, please shoot me a message at my Instagram (instagram.com/wheressherlyn) or at email address email@example.com for possible corrections. Thank you and happy travels to the most beautiful island in the world! 🙂
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