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Filipino, International, Asian
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Reviewed 31 December 2018 via mobile

Well once found, this is a great place for casual dining. Food excellent, unusual layout and even at my age managed to sit cross legged on the floor. A lot of thought has gone into this restaurant - they even provide mosquito spray. Would definitely...return.More

Date of visit: November 2018
Reviewed 31 December 2018 via mobile

After asking most of the local residents in the area hardly anyone could give or knew the location of this restaurant. It’s actually located very near to the main local hospital (station 2) tucked away down a narrow alleyway . At this point in time...lots of structural work was being carried out on the roads and pavements and upheaval everywhere you looked and the restaurant sign was not apparent on the main drag giving any insight of the exact location . Eventually we found the restaurant location via some local Friendly young Man sitting on a wall . Approaching the Restaraunt by a impressive meandering wooden bridge after removing our footwear at the entrance we were greeted by friendly staff and shown our seats around a low round dining table . Getting to the important bit the menu had a large choice of food offering Chinese, German and local cuisine . The food was excellent and served up nicely cooked in my case Chicken Shnitzel with fried local potatoes and morning glory . Summing up the whole eating experience at Paupatri I would say that overall a good choice of food , good friendly service and ambiance when visiting the island on your holidays .More

Date of visit: December 2018
Reviewed 19 February 2018

Went here for Valentines day lunch ( around 2 pm) and had the whole place to ourselves. Fantastic setting and the food was awesome. Had the garlic prawns (500 grams) and the beef dish (500 grams) with rice and a vegetable dish and we couldn't...finish it all. Fresh and well prepared and around 1700 pesos including a couple of drinks.Will eat here again.More

Date of visit: February 2018
Reviewed 13 November 2017

Apart from being rather hard to find, this is certainly a hidden treasure. The place looks really good and is usually not very busy. Food is good, they have loads of vegan/vegitarian options.

Date of visit: October 2017
Reviewed 6 July 2017

It's easy to love, for all the reason it has a very delicious Filipino dishes especially their Grilled fish and pakbet, it was really good. Lastly the place itself is relaxing but with trees and plants around added to more peaceful and great place to...unwind while enjoying your favorite local dishes.More

Date of visit: June 2017
Reviewed 8 May 2017

I've been trying to locate this place since our last visit to Boracay. Good thing when my husband and I got a quick R&R to Bora , I finally insisted on finding this place. Good thing the reviews greatly helped me. Anyway, I find the...menu quite expensive - typical average Pinoy to shell out for lunch or dinner would be like P200-250 (my opinion). We opted for Breakfast one day as I saw it opens at 7am but turned out 9am daily. Breakfast came in big servings (2 eggs, with fruit of the season and the usual if its Filipino or American) I think that was around P350/meal. Got to check out their Menu as well. For Pork,Fish and Beef the serving is based on how many grams you'd like or is available. E.g. - Depending on the fish and say on grilled it costs P170/100 grams. Think about when get a kilo that's like P1,700. Their wine selection starts at P900 and more. It's not bad after all, you should still try this! They have the best wooden interiors!! In fact the whole restaurant is made of shiny hard wood. Just like the feel of Kalui's in Puerto Princesa. And their space is big! It's a good place to hang out if you're in big groups as they have like a "cabana" type dining areas with Lazy Mary table.More

Date of visit: March 2017
Reviewed 26 April 2017 via mobile

Nice place to have dinner. The place is a bit hidden, it's next to Boracay Summer Palace hotel. Beware of mosquito, batter to bring along repellent.

Date of visit: April 2017
Reviewed 14 April 2017 via mobile

We were recommended this place and what a hidden gem it is. Very hard to find but thanks to a review on TA we found it without too many problems. The atmosphere was just so tranquil but the food & service was even better. Yes...a little dearer than anywhere else we have eaten on this trip but compared to Australian prices this is cheap. If you have the time to find this restaurant my recommendation would be to try it, worth it. Thank you for what to us was a wonderful evening.More

Date of visit: April 2017
Reviewed 12 April 2017 via mobile

This review may not be accurate because my knowledge/experience towards Philippino food is not sufficient. So this is how I felt. We ordered Ginataang Gulay, beef tenderloin in soya sauce, sinigang fish and 2 garlic rice. The portion was more than enough for 2 people....They tasted great, though some food felt a bit salty for me. The servers were friendly and took a real good care of us. The whole atmosphere was very exotic, felt like a king in a south east country. If you wanna try something local and want to spend some bucks into a find dinning, Paupatri is a must go place. Fyi, it is a little hard to find because our tricycle driver didnt know where it is. Its right next to Boracay Summer Palace and a hospital.More

Date of visit: April 2017
Reviewed 10 April 2017

I picked this restaurant from the other reviews and the place looks really nice and secluded. The pond below where you sit could use some cleaning up and we needed bug repellent after it got dark. The food was just okay in our opinion. We...had the fish which was about P1,100 and it was cooked well. The vegetable dish was nice but the dishes tasted like something you make at home for a regular dinner. I guess I was hoping to be wowed. This restaurant reminded me of KaLui in Palawan and I was anticipating to be blown away. It just didn't meet out expectations. Also, no wine by the glass you have to buy whole bottles.More

Date of visit: April 2017
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  • Food: 4.5
  • Service: 4.5
  • Value: 4
  • Atmosphere: 5