Siargao is one of the top tourist destinations in the Philippines popularly known as the surfing capital of the country. Aside from the gigantic waves, Siargao is also home to many interesting natural attractions such as Magpupungko Rock Pools, Maasin River, and Sugba Lagoon. The island is also a good spot for cafe and restaurant hopping as it offers great food featuring both local and international cuisines. So, here’s our list of the best restaurants in Siargao and the must-try food on the island, updated as of July 2022.
Kermit is one of the best restaurants in Siargao offering authentic Italian dishes. It is known for its scrumptious pizza and pasta as well as many other dishes. It is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. See Kermit Siargao Menu
Must-try: Pasta and Pizza
Situated along Tourism Road of General Luna, Kanin Baboy offers flavorful pork dishes at a reasonable price. Its best-seller is the Spicy Pork Rice which is their version of the popular Balinese cuisine called babi guling (roast suckling pig). The chilli paste is what makes the spicy pork rice extra special. See Kanin Baboy Menu. Now located in the same building with The Beach Baby Cafe.
Must-try: Spicy Pork Rice
The Beachbaby Cafe
The Beachbaby Cafe is one of the few restaurants in Siargao that offer healthy meals such as superfood smoothie bowls, freshly pressed juices, and veggie wraps. It is the best place to dine for those health conscious travelers. See The Beachbaby Cafe Menu
Must-try: Acai Superfood Smoothie Bowl
White Beard Coffee
White Beard Coffee is a popular breakfast place in Siargao. It offers good coffee as well as appetizing rice meals, waffles, sandwiches, and french toasts. See White Beard Coffee Menu
Must-try: Bacon & Egg Waffles, Coffee
Situated along Tourism Road, Lunares Cafe is another popular breakfast place in Siargao. It has chairs facing the street making it one of the best places to people-watch in Siargao while dining. See Lunares Cafe Menu
Must-try: Croissant Breakfast Set
Isla Cucina offers mouthwatering pizza and pasta, as well as decadent desserts. It is one of the best restaurants in Siargao popular for both locals and tourists. See Isla Cucina Menu
Must-try: Pizza, pasta, coconut ice cream, calamansi cheesecake
Located along Tourism Road, Greenhouse Cafe is a popular breakfast stop for visitors and locals featuring a laidback dining area. See Greenhouse Siargao Menu
Must-try: Same same but different, calamansi slushy, and coconut cold brew
Situated on Bravo Beach Resort Siargao’s beachfront, Bravo Restaurant offers authentic Spanish cuisines as well as breakfast meals. At Bravo Restaurant, you can feast on your food and at the same time enjoy an amazing view of the ocean. See Bravo Restaurant Menu
Must-try: Gazpacho, Bravo’s Corned Beef Hash
Situated along the Tourism Road, Bebie’s barbecue is one f the go-to place in Siargao for Pinoy grilled dishes such as chicken, isaw, liver, pork barbecue, longganisa, fish, and a lot more. Chicken barbecue costs Php95 for a whole leg and Php100 for a pecho.
Guyam Burger is a small cafe located in Guyam Island. It offers yummy burgers with freshly baked buns. It also sells refreshing mango shakes, coffee, and alcoholic beverages.
Must-try: Daku Island Burger (P189) and Mango Graham Shake (P159)
Daku Island Lemonade
Just beside A’s snack house is Tatay’s lemonade shop. I forgot the name of the small shop but it is on the front beach. It offers different flavors of lemonade such as strawberry and lychee.
Must-try: Strawberry Lemonade P100
Barrel Beachfront Bar
There’s no need to wait for the night to enjoy your favorite cocktail. At Barrel Beachfront Bar, you can have a drink by the beach early in the morning. It also serves breakfast, so, if you want a fantastic view while enjoying your meal, head over to Barrel. See Barrel Beachfront Bar Menu
Must-try: Amaretto Sour, Smoked Pork Belly
Located in Malinao Road, Nook offers grilled dishes, cocktails, and local beers.
Budget Traveler’s Food Spot
Andok’s is now open in Siargao. If you are on budget travel or just want the familiar taste of Andok’s chicken or its widely famous lechon baka, then you’re in for a good treat. At Andok’s you can eat for less than Php100.
If you are traveling on a budget, there are places in Siargao that offer affordable dishes and meals for you to feast on. There are roadside eateries along Tourism Road where you can have a meal at less than P100. There is also Catangnan barbecue near Cloud 9 if you stay close to the surf spots. You can also try the coconut bread in front of the church in the town center for only P5 each.
There is this one party place that I noticed when I was in Siargao. It’s a small place called Mama Coco where people gather to have fun. I haven’t been to the place because I am not a party person and I don’t like crowds. But, if you do, you can go to Mama Coco located across Isla Cucina along Tourism Road.
There’s also a bar across Baile (now closed) which I forgot the name. I passed by around 11:30 pm and it was still packed with people partying.
If you want to enjoy food after enjoying a drink, head over to Bulaloan sa Bankerohan along Tourism Road. It is situated right across The Beachbaby Cafe.
Have you tried any of these restaurants? How was your experience? What is your favorite restaurant in Siargao? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.
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