It’s our last day in Boracay, and we’ve already visited some of the island’s best cafes and restaurants. We’ve already got to try a seafood restaurant, a Mexican restaurant, a Mediterranean restaurant, and so on. This time around, we wanted to try a Filipino restaurant. We suddenly craved some Filipino cuisine, so we looked for a nice Filipino restaurant around the island.
My friends and I were so lucky to have discovered this tiny Filipino restaurant in Boracay. It just happened that we had found Nameet Bar and Restaurant in Boracay and got to try some of their best Filipino dishes! Not to mention that everything seemed to be affordable. Being that said, we were able to try some great food without splurging.
If you’re looking for an affordable Filipino restaurant in Boracay, Nameet Bar and Restaurant is what you’re looking for!
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About Nameet Bar and Restaurant
Established in 2013, Nameet Bar and Restaurant serves Filipino food and other continental dishes. The word “nameet” actually derives from the Ilonggo term “namit” which means “masarap” or “delicious”.
Why Visit Nameet Bar and Restaurant in Boracay
There are so many good restaurants to visit on the island, but you shouldn’t miss out on visiting this restaurant. Here are the reasons why:
Their food is surprisingly good.
Nameet Bar and Restaurant is the best Filipino restaurant that you can visit in Boracay. They have a great set of dishes, such as pizza, pasta, seafood, and meat!
Personally, one of my favorites would be the pizza and pasta!
They have an affordable set of foods.
Nameet Bar and Restaurant can satisfy you with great food and drinks, without breaking the bank. They charge you a reasonable price for a generous amount of food.
They have a very welcoming staff.
In our experience, we didn’t just enjoy the food that the restaurant served us, but we also appreciated how welcoming the staff is! The owner was so friendly that we even got to talk with him about the island, which made us feel more welcomed.
The only downside that you might notice about the restaurant is its size. It may not be as spacious as other restaurants, but it still looks nice from the outside and inside! I even enjoyed taking pictures of myself outside the restaurant. The vibe was fascinating.
Must try foods
- Baby Back Ribs
- Chicken Inasal
- Buttered Garlic Shrimp
- Pork Barbeque Meal
- Lumpiang Shanghai
Nameet Bar and Restaurant Menu
Photo source: Nameet Bar’s Facebook Page
Sitio Hagdan, Brgy Yapak , Boracay
Tue to Sun, 10:00 AM to 11:30 PM
Facebook: Nameet Bar and Restaurant
Mobile: +63 961 170 8532
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