Olé Spanish Tapas, D'Mall Boracay

A vacation is a perfect excuse to pig out. On our second day in Boracay, we didn’t hesitate to have a fiesta for lunch. Where else, but in Olé Spanish Tapas.  Spanish food is known to be one of the top cuisines in the world. The Spanish take their food seriously because for them, eating isn’t only to satisfy their hunger. It’s also meant to be savored with the company of good friends and family.

Many of the traditional Spanish dishes have changed through the years. Tapas, a series of small snacks taken as appetizers, are just a few of the dishes that Olé has brought to Boracay. But Olé doesn’t only serve delectable Paella or Gambas Al Ajillo. They have a lot in their menu that Filipinos and other tourists will also love.

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Olé Boracay’s catchy facade

20160925_144232 20160925_144311 20160925_144218 20160925_145906 I’m so digging the festive vibe of Olé Boracay. The place is full of vibrant colors and decorated with lively paintings and amusing trinkets. This cheerful aura enlivens the diners and even hypes up the already hyper bloggers. Lol!

Pizza Flavors
Pizza Flavors
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Only available at Ole Boracay
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Table OLE Especial – Chorizo, Sardines, Olives, Asparagus, Jamon Serrano, Spanish Manchego Cheese (P695)
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Pollo Asado Ala Parilla Ensartado con Tomate Cebolla y Paprika – Skewered Grilled Chicken with Tomato, Onion, and Bell Pepper (P495)
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Palomilla Steak – Tenderloin Steak, Thinly Sliced, Onions, Parsley, Grilled in Olive Oil, with Black Beans and Fried Banana (P555)
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Mexican Platter – Taco, Quesadillas, Nachos, Burritos, and Enchilada (P895)
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Rey Cangrejos – King Crab flavored with either Garlic and Butter, Tomato Chili or Black Bean Sauce (P1,170)
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Fiesta for five!

Olé Spanish Tapas demonstrated what Spanish dishes should be like – simple, unpretentious, fresh, and well-seasoned. We had to take a long walk before we can finally take an afternoon swim after lunch. We refrained from flaunting our bikinis right after our meal because for sure, our tummies were all full from our lunch feast.

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With Flavours of Iloilo, A Not So Secret Life, Randomly Candid, and Cafe Ilonggo waiting for our lunch feast

Olé, Olé, Olé! Thank you, Boracay branch, for that sumptuous fiesta!

Olé Spanish Tapas is located at
D’Mall, Boracay Island
Tel. No.: +63-36-2885940
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Ole-Tapas-Bar-Boracay-Philippines-178739683260/?fref=ts
Website: http://www.oleinboracay.com/

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