Boracay Toilet Restaurant

when you hear of Boracay you think of the stunning beaches
and probably the warm smiles on people’s faces
from Station 1 through Station 3, the fun just never stops
from sunrise and even until the sun drops
but who would’ve thought that somewhere along in this paradise
exists a restaurant that for others, might not smell really nice! 
ever heard of Boracay Toilet?
wait, did I see you just fidget?
humour us and read through this post
we promise you, it’ll be worth the cost

Boracay Toilet Restaurant
Balabag Plaza, Station 1 5608 Boracay
0915-311-0736/ 0917-826-8001
11:00 am- 2:00 pm/ 5:00 pm- 10:00 pm

Traveling all the way to the island of Boracay to just dine in a toilet may not be the most attractive option out there, but take our word for it when we say that there is more than what meets the eye with Boracay Toilet Restaurant.

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Situated along the main road of Station 1 just beside Cocomangas, Boracay Toilet screams out its presence through a ginormous toilet bowl. Once you see it, there’s no denying that you’ve found the restaurant.

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These vandalised walls-very much similar to public bathrooms greet first time customers on their way up the restaurant. The writings on these walls were actually from customers who visited the place.

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A giant toilet bowl and a humongous urinal are the restaurant’s main attraction, in which guests can freely snap unlimited photos.

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True to its theme, the entire place is filled with comfort room-related objects such as toilet bowl seats, sink and bathtub tables, soap dish food trays, urinal glasses, and bathroom signs pasted all over the walls.

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With the restaurant’s consistency with their theme, chances are you’d end up getting confused locating where the real cubicles and sinks are.

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It’s really adorable how the owners really went out of their way to keep the theme of the restaurant consistent. Boracay Toilet however boasts more than these instagram worthy photo ops. Their menu, which consists mainly of Fillipino food, turned into really witty bathroom puns, is something that attracts foodies from all over the globe as well.

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Here is the list of the dishes which made it to the food advenchers’ honor rolls:

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Kare-kaDIRE (380php)

1st Honors: Kare-kaDIRE 

Best features: 
-meat is tender
-generous serving of vegetables and meat
-a very flavorful bagoong (anchovy paste) to match with the dish

Room for improvement:
-won’t hurt to add more peanut butter sauce to add more flavor

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Pork-SHIT-sig (279php)

2nd Honors: SHIT-sig 

Best features:
-generous serving of pork and chicharon (crispy pig skin)
-rich in flavor

Room for improvement: 
-could be served hotter
-could use a little bit more of crisp on the meat itself
-option to add an egg on top of the dish
If you’re going there as a big group, you may also try their set menu:

SET 1 of their SET MEAL MENU
999 php (Good for 4 persons)

-Inihaw na LiemPOOP
-PEEnakbet
-Something PISSy
-steamed rice
-Iced Tea

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Inihaw na LiemPOOP

 Best features:
-hint of sweet and spicy taste
-fresh and hot when served

Room for improvement: 
-thicker slices of pork

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PEEnakbet

 Best features:
-rich in flavor
-well cooked veggies
-crunchy garlic flakes on top

Room for improvement: 
-maybe too salty for the picky eaters

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Something PISSy

Best features:
-super crunchy outside and soft inside
-rich in garlic flavor inside and out

Room for improvement: 
-option to have more sides

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Iced Tea (set comes with 4 iced tea urinals)

Best feature:
-nice urinal bowls

Room for improvement: 
-a “Boracay blend” of tea (the iced tea is just the normal iced tea that you buy from a local store)

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ECHAS Nachos (199php)

Best feature:
-nice presentation

Rooms for improvement: 
-crunchier Nachos
-spicier flavor (a little bland)

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UTOT MO-ron (65php)

Best features:
-chocolate sauce that comes with the turon
-crunchy and served hot
-sweet bananas with a sprinkle of sesame seeds
Overall, the food tasted like your typical home-cooked food placed served at a really quirky place. We have nothing bad against home-cooked food but it could have been more exciting to have a fresh new taste of Boracay’s finest ingredients and local delicacies fused into the very interesting toilet concept of a restaurant.

However, putting the food aside, we actually enjoyed the entire toilet experience. You better include this restaurant to your next Boracay EATinerary.

Kudos to the creative team of Boracay Toilet Restaurant!

Overall, we’d give this restaurant a rating of B.

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so the next time you visit Boracay in the province of Aklan,
tell your friends it’s more than just getting a good tan
it boasts of restaurants such as this
waiting for you to try and visit, if you please

If you want learn more about Boracay Toilet, feel free to visit their Facebook page for more updates.

Also, don’t forget to drop by our Instagram page to learn more about the latest in the food scene in and out of the Metro!

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thefoodadvenchers

Bee and Jovie are teachers who find joy in molding the minds of the young generation. Together, they share in this challenging yet fulfilling mission. When the teaching world becomes too taxing, they seek solace in eating, as well as in picture taking. Thus, they found the perfect reason to go food and travel blogging. Follow their food advenchers on IG at www.instagram.com/thefoodadvenchers and WordPress at www.thefoodadvenchers.wordpress.com.

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