A good dinner really caps off any kind of day a person had – may it be exciting, adventurous, or even mediocre. That being said, spending a day at the beach, specifically in Boracay, and not having a good dinner at Saffron Café is just not possible! With an offering of different varieties, from the familiar fare of Filipino cuisine, to some international faves around the globe, Saffron Café of Crimson Boracay would be able to cater the palate of their guests and diners.
Their Ensaladang Talong (Php 400) is a classic dish in the Philippines as this one is of grilled eggplant, tomatoes, salted egg, and shrimp paste. This one is definitely a starter that is already packed with flavor!
From a starter, jump onto even a few of their main courses like their Lechon Kawali (Php 580) which is of crispy pork belly, atchara, and a choice of either steamed rice or garlic rice; their Nasi Goreng (Php 930) which is an Indonesian classic and is of fried rice, vegetables, chicken, shrimp, and egg; as well as their Chicken Inasal (Php 720) which is a Pinoy fave as this is a plate of grilled boneless half-chicken, annatto oil, atchara, and of course, steamed rice!
For other starters and mains, Saffron Café of Crimson Boracay also has some noodles and breads like their Lomi Batangas (Php 680) which is a hearty bowl of tasty egg noodles topped with pork belly, ham, offal, chicharon, egg, and chicken broth; and their Proscuitto di Parma (Php 780) which is a brick-oven pizza with ricotta, tomato, arugula, and parmesan.
Savories after savories, diners would really be craving for something sweet like a kiss before going to bed and for that, of course, Saffron Café have a bunch of desserts for them to delight in like their Berries Pavlova (Php 150) and Cassava Cake (Php 260).
And to officially finish the night with Saffron Café of Crimson Boracay, easily gulp every spoonful of their dishes by drinking their delightful drinks such as their Milk Tea (Php 250) which is a glass of black tea, condensed milk, and tapioca; Halo-Halo Smoothie (Php 285) which is a brilliant twist to halo-halo as this one is a glass of purple yam, leche flan, red beans, macapuno, tapioca, and nata de coco; as well as Belgian Chocolate (Hot or Iced Php 160) which is like a childhood Christmas nostalgia in a mug.