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Your Delicious New Hideaway In Boracay: The Ruf Resto Bar

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Belle Piccio | Feb 13, 2017

If you’re looking for a “chillaxing” place on busy party night in Boracay, there’s this roof-top restaurant and bar located in the middle of the island.

The Ruf Resto Bar

The Ruf Resto Bard is a must-try place where you can have an intimate dinner night with your date, group or even with your family. It’s a place for all ages, suitable for everyone.

The Ruf Resto Bar

There are flat screen televisions mounted on the wall that plays music videos. If you have kids, they’ll switch one of the TVs to play cartoons or with kid-friendly shows and arrange the chairs where they can comfortably watch while eating.

The restaurant offers Asian-inspired cuisine. Here are some selections on the menu:

Nasi Goreng: Indonesian fried rice, beef, chicken, seafood and shrimps and sunny side up egg.
Sate Sampler: grilled chicken, pork and mixed seafood, peanut sauce and garlic annatto rice.
Grilled Back Ribs: bourbon barbecue sauce, tomato-chili salsa and chimichurri.
Buffalo Wings in Bleu Cheese: flavor bursting mildly spiced buffalo wings in a thick creamy bleu cheese dip.

The only sad part is if you’re craving for their food, it’s not open the whole day. The resto-bar is only open at 5:30pm-11:30pm daily.

The bar has themed nights and activities that relate to the month. So this February, expect that it will be all about the Valentines' celebration.

The Ruf Resto Bar

The Ruf is the resto-bar found at the rooftop of Ferra Hotel. The hotel is located at Sitio Bulabog, Balabg, Boracay Island, Aklan. For inquiries or reservations, call (036) 288-1177.


How to Get There

From Manila, you can fly to Caticlan Airport (estimated cost of PhP9,200++, round trip, 45-50 minutes).

From the Caticlan Airport, a van ride will only take you 5 minutes going to the Caticlan Jetty Port. A pumpboat ride from the Caticlan port to Boracay port will take at about 15 minutes.

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