Now, don’t lose your appetite just yet. You’ll be surprised by how many people go out of their way just to eat on these “toilets.”
This restaurant’s name isn’t necessarily appetizing, but there’s no reason why you shouldn’t enter its heavy doors and experience the magnificent toiletry and cuisines. Check out how this bizarre toilet restaurant became the new hype in Boracay!
The most enticing part of this whole experience is how bizarre it is for people to want to eat, sitting on a toilet and eating off a toilet bowl. The interiors are crazy realistic! The tables are actual bath tubs and you would be sitting on toilet bowls as if nature is calling your name.
Even their ceiling is in with the theme! Inspired by water tubes, their ceiling give a bathroom feel to make it look as if you’re about to do the number two. But don’t worry about leaks. Those are empty tubes that are only for design.
While waiting for your food to be served, you can roam around and play around with the room’s art pieces. You can take funny photos with friends and do crazy poses to make your time in the restaurant worthwhile!
They have beautiful wall art and pictorial spots! Before you leave, make sure that you and your friends write or draw on Boracay Toilet’s freedom wall.
But, how about the food?
As you can tell by now, this is not an ordinary restaurant. They specialize in traditional Filipino cuisines and fusion food, but with a twist.
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Check out their menu and see how they came up with unique names for traditional Filipino cuisines! And the funniest part? You have to eat it in a miniature toilet bowl! Enjoy Shit-sig (sisig), Pee-stek na tagalog (Beef steak), Inihaw na liem-poop (Grilled pork) and many more!
The prices are reasonable considering Boracay is a tourist destination. With P480-500, you can already avail a steaming bowl of rice and a main dish of your choice. It’s normally a solo meal, but if you’re not a heavy eater, you can share it with a friend.
However, they also have promo meals for two. Typically, their food prices range from P250 (solo) to P600 (for two). You can also enjoy cold desserts for a minimum amount of P65-70.
All in all, the place really lives up to its name. It has fun designs and great food too! If you’re looking for a unique and awesome restaurant in Boracay, be sure to put this on your list!
Address: Balagbag Plaza, Station 1, Boracay 5608
PS: They have 2 different working hours. 1st one is from 11AM to 2PM, then 5PM until 10PM.
So are you ready to go on a pooptastic experience?