Savoring the foods of Spain, Mexico and Cuba in Boracay

By: Karen Bermejo | A Reblog | Since it started its operation in August 2005, Olé Spanish Tapas Bar and Restaurant has since become one of the most active restaurants in the island paradise of Boracay.

As what this Spanish word means, it has done a “good job” in serving its customers from over one hundred countries that have visited this unique and very palatable place, represented by the flags at the entrance of the restaurant.

Olé for some is also an expression of excitement.

Thus, the restaurant offers an exciting gastronomic experience of Spanish, Mexican & Cuban cuisine, and Filipino dishes too.

Olé is famous for its Spanish Paella, Mexican Fajitas and Cuban Palomilla Steak with Black Beans.

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Other favorites include Nachos & Tacos, the Chicken Curry, the Filet Mignon and its various Fish and Seafood Entrees.

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An Olé in Boracay experience is never complete too without the cold and hot Tapas, or Spanish appetizers and snacks with over 28 choices which include – Gambas Ajillo, Tabla de Chorizo, Shrimp Cocktail, Tabla de Manchego and Jamon Serrano which could tempt anyone to just eat more.

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They also have a brand new breakfast menu that features healthy dishes made with poached eggs, salmon, spinach and other all the good things to eat.

Other choices include the famous favorites like French toast, pancakes; and eggs which could be cooked in nine different ways depending on how you like them.

For those in plant-based diet or in meatless lifestyle, Olé also offers vegetarian delights.

Indeed, there is something for everyone.

You can feast at Olé 24 hours a day and choose breakfast, lunch and dinner dishes all throughout the period.

To complete your sumptuous meal, another must try is their Spanish national drink, the Sangria. They also have a wide selection of wine from Spain, France, America, Australia and Chile at their bar. Beer lovers too could feast on over 20 selections of imported drinks. For healthy buffs, fresh special fruit shakes are also on their menu list to choose from.

The latest news from Olé is that they are expanding to cater more diners.

Come October, the second floor will soon be available to cater hungry locals and tourists alike – to bring its famous dishes to more customers.

What could be better dining experience is having the nicest people around. Olé thus have a capable, large staff supervised by experienced managers.

So, the next time you visit the island, give yourself “a treat you deserve.”

Never miss to drop by at Olé Spanish Tapas Bar and Restaurant along D’ Mall Boracay.*

To know more about Olé Spanish Tapas Bar and Restaurant in Boracay, visit their website at http://www.oleinboracay.com/

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by SugarWithaSpice on September 18, 2013

Bloglink: http://sugarwithaspice.wordpress.com/2013/09/18/savoring-the-foods-of-spain-mexico-and-cuba-in-boracay/

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