Craving for that specific piri-piri chicken you once had in Boracay? Or that champorado you've had after a crazy night out? You wouldn't have to wait until Boracay opens again and go all the way there, because some of its most popular restaurants are opening pop-up stores in Manila soon to serve some of their best and well-loved dishes!
This is not only to satisfy everyone's craving for food that's only from the Boracay, but also a way to help provide income for the staff who were affected by the closure of the island.
Here are all the restaurants to watch out for in the coming months:
The Sunny Side Cafe, located at Boracay Sands Hotel in Station 3, serves all-day breakfast dishes, and is the only one in the island that offers specialty coffee. They're most famous for their Bacon and Mango Grilled Sandwich, The Sunny Side Champorado, and the Sunny Side Chori-Burger.
Sunny Side Cafe is set to open a pop-up store at Canvas in Westgate Center, Alabang from May 18 to July 31.
Spicebird, located at D'Mall in Boracay's Station 3 takes pride in serving dishes with PIri-Piri sauce they make themselves. While they're most famous for their Piri-Piri Wings, their sandwiches, pork, chicken, and seafood dishes are also must-tries, so you'll there's always going to be something for everyone.
Fat Riceand Poketowill also be joining Spicebird as they open pop-ups in Hole in the Wall, so those who loved their Southeast Asian and Japanese fare may visit and get these for a limited time!
The Spicebird, Fat Rice, and Poketo pop-ups will be opening at Hole in the Wall in Century City Makati from June 16 to August 15.
Fancy some coconut ice cream? Boracay's Cocomama will be opening a stall in Salcedo Saturday Market on May 12, 19, 26, and June 2! While you're there, make sure you get to try the Coconut Ice Cream with fresh coconut, mango, sticky rice, and pinipig, which are served in coconut shells!
Here's the complete schedule of the pop-ups happening just so you could start marking your calendars:
Which one of these are you most excited to visit? Let us know in the comments!