Jul 14, 2020

It’s official, now that the -ber months and rainy seasons are drawing near, we’ve actually missed out on the usual summer escapades. No surfing sessions and swimming activities at the beach this year, and of course, we understand—there really shouldn’t be that much leisure and celebration when there’s a pandemic going on. However, we can’t deny that we’ve missed the usual beach fare and are pretty saddened by the fact that these local businesses aren’t earning as much anymore.

Luckily, some of them have gathered enough resources to bring their delicacies to the capital city. And while we’re excited to finally bring back some summer memories through these dishes and desserts, we’re also glad to be supporting these beachside eateries as they get back on track. Here’s where to order:

 

Coco Mama

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The popular vegan-friendly, lactose-free coconut ice cream all the way from Boracay and La Union is now in Metro Manila. We swear, with all the heat (mentally and physically) here, this is the kind of dessert that can help us cool down and relax.

 

Sabong

Do you still remember those after-surfing sessions with a hefty meal of fried chicken from La Union’s favorite fried chicken shack Sabong? Plus, they now have new flavors like the Makan Special—spiced coconut cream glazed fried chicken with pickled sitaw and red onions.

 

It’s Muffin Day

If you miss the calamansi muffins from Boracay’s Real Coffee, we’ve found the next best thing. This bakery based in Pasig is now selling its famed sweet and tangy calamansi muffin with lemon-sugar glaze.

 

Kermit Manila

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Pizza for lunch 👌🏿👌🏿

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For those who miss Siargao and are also in the mood for some pizza, Kermit Manila is delivering their classic Italian-style pizzas here in Metro Manila. If you’re going for an all-out meal, match those cheesy pizzas with their pasta.

 

Makai Bowls

The quintessential island living dessert—a bowl of healthy fruits and nuts paired with creamy ice cream. Makai Bowls from the popular Flotsam and Jetsam Hotel in La Union is now available in Manila, too.

 

The Sunny Side Boracay

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Share some sunshine! ☀️🏖 Enjoy some delicious cold brew coffee while sharing with our medical frontliners in Metro Manila! For every purchase of 6 bottles of The Sunny Side Cafe 24-Hour Cold Brew (245ml per bottle) for P780, we will donate 6 bottles to medical frontliners in Metro Manila. Since we are still closed in Boracay, our 24-Hour Cold Brew are lovingly brewed for us in Manila by our specialty coffee partner, EDSA Beverage Design Group. Delivery charges for the coffee for your personal consumtpion apply. However, we will take care of delivering the cold brew donations to hospitals in Metro Manila. 😊 ***We can only deliver within Metro Manila and San Pedro, Laguna.*** DM us for orders!

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Cold brew gained some extra attention over quarantine with all the hot weather and long work-from-home hours. If you need to stay awake, this cold brew from Boracay has come just in time. Plus, it comes with a good cause—if you buy six bottles, they’re donating six more to frontliners.

 

 

Header photo courtesy of Makai Bowls

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