Real Coffee

2/F, Station 2, Boracay, Malay, Aklan

Real Coffee
4.3
4.5 Stars

105 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 48
  • 4 stars 44
  • 3 stars 11
  • 2 stars 2
  • 1 star 0
  • 114 Reviews
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Category:
Café
Phone
+63362885340

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Most Recent Reviews

Ninya G.
5.0 Stars
4

Best all day breakfast cafe in Boracay Station 2! This place should not be missed when you visit Boracay. Kalamansi Muffin (60 pesos per piece/320 pesos for box of 6) is a must try and best for pasalubong. We had our brunch here before leaving Boracay. We ordered:
127859 Jack-A-Lean Omellete with Pesto (best omellete ever!)
127821 Pancake with Fruits (Super huge pancake (same taste with Ihop's) serving and fresh fruits)
127838 Marc's Chicken Melt k(I could eat this everyday)
$$$ Price is reasonable because of the big servings.
🏖 Very beautiful place and the view facing the white beach.
Overall experience is amazing.

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EJ B.
5.0 Stars
4

It's our last day in the Island of Boracay, we tried Real Coffee located at the Station 2. It's one of the pioneer coffee shop in the island. I am amazed with the bamboo interior of the coffee shop. Looking from the second floor I can see the beautiful white beach of Boracay. The staff greeted us when we enter the place and accommodated our order fast.

We had Real Coffee and Calamansi Muffin while watching some visitors playing at the beach and of course the beauty of the island.

Real Coffee for Php120.00 - 11088110881108811088️ 4/5
"Brewed Italian coffee with a shot of espresso"

Calamansi Muffin for Php60.00 - 1108811088110881108811088️ 5/5
"The best calamansi muffin I've ever tasted"

Come and visit Real Coffee once you're in the island from 7am to 7pm daily.

#ilovetoeat 12851510084

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Sheena D.
4.0 Stars

The Real Coffee (PhP 120) jumpstarts my chill vacation with calamansi muffin (PhP 60) on the side. I always come and visit this place whenever I am in Boracay.

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Gen S.
5.0 Stars
3

This placeis famous for its Kalamasi Muffin which is really good especially paired with coffee in the morning. They offer more such as breakfast meals. You can enjoy watching the beach view while waiting for our order. The servers are really welcoming greeting us genuinely when we entered the place and thanking us when we went out. 12807710084

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Kim L.
4.0 Stars

To those who enjoyed Laboracay, thanks for rubbing it in! I'M SO JELLY!128553128557 But seriously, I really appreciate pasalubongs like these because it takes so much effort to bring them back to Manila and to make sure that they are a-okay! I feel so special, hahaha! #pampalubagloob

Anyways, this batch is better than the first time I tried it. The muffins are denser and the calamansi flavor is richer and more pronounced. I make sure to warm them at least 10s in the microwave before consuming. Yuuum!128523

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Trina H.
4.0 Stars

Dropped by this famous café to grab some of those moist Calamansi muffins before hitting the beach! Perfect for an afternoon snack. Best when paired with a hot beverage!

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Steffhanie S.
5.0 Stars

Breakfast is, and will always be, a person's comfort meal. Coming from a long sleep and before starting a busy day, it's needed to make you feel more confident and happier with what you have to face for the day.

In a beautiful island like Boracay, waking up early is not that hard as you'll be facing a pretty scenery that's actually one of the best day starters. What could even make it lovelier is a happy breakfast place where you can eat your heart out while staring at paradise.

This place that I am talking about actually exists in Boracay. Found in between stations 2 and 3, Real Coffee is definitely one of my, and a lot of people's favorite and must visit restaurant in daylight, even not.

With its very local, beach setting look; the structure of the restaurant is made of bamboo, the tables and chairs were made of those too. To give it more character, the place has colorful photos from the 1st floor to the 2nd floor, mostly featuring people who've frequented the place.

Whenever I am here, I always, always find it hard to decide on what to order from their vast breakfast selection. From pancakes, toasts, sandwiches, breads and omelettes, aaah, you wanna order them all!

Finally, after a lot of time used in discerning, I've decided to go with their Two Eggs And Toasts set meal at 180 pesos. This one already came along with either a free serving of coffee or tea.

My order came and I was so happy with how it looked like. Fresh, colorful and appealing, I got it all right!

The toasts were crunchy and tasted as if they've been baked for the day. I liked the cheese tasting spread that it has. What made it even yummier were the Mango Marmalade and Honey Syrup that I poured on them. Aaah! The marmalade was so so good that I wanted to bring it home!

The eggs tasted like they were native so they're even more delicious than the usual ones.

The coffee was really strong my oh my! I had to ask for extra sugar as I am not that into extra bitter ones. It came with fresh milk that's something that I also liked about it.

Oh, after eating, I felt so fulfilled. A hearty breakfast in a pretty place, oh I could not ask for anything more!

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Casey D.
5.0 Stars

Really made sure to drop by here during our Boracay trip. As there were no free breakfasts from C.R.B, I asked the fambam if we can have breakky here. Ofcourse, they said yes. We ordered their pancake, chicken/tuna sandwich and the famous calamansi muffin.
The breakfast we had was filling. The calamansi muffin was delicious. Soft, moist with tang-y taste. The calamansi taste was just right. Not nakakaumay at all. The place is made of kawayan. I like that they put some cutie reminders/quotes on the tables and walls. There were also photos of diff people who visited the place on top of their table covered with plastic bookcover.
Definitely coming back to Bora for this muffin. Hoping they will have a branch in Manila. Hehe

Some of the quotes/reminders I took note of:
127754Dont look back and ask why, Look forward and ask why not?!
127754Smile, the world smiles with you.
127754We don't have a wifi here, but we do offer a better connection.

Already saw several reviews with the photo of the calamansi muffin. Maybe the above photo will also convince you to try this place.
Photo above 9757 was our view while having breakfast. 128077 Definitely no filter needed. 128156

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Dennis O.
5.0 Stars

Another must drop by place in Boracay. The ever famous Calamansi muffin of Mama Lee serving since 1996. This is the official pasalubong from boracay. Went there very early to have a good cup of coffee and muffin. They have now relocated to a better new location. A small bar type on the 1st floor similar from their old location but on the 2nd floor is a much bigger for guest. Table is now designed with random picture from their guest and some other celebrity. It reminds me of Cafe Mary Grace. I ordered a cup of real coffee mocha and a calamansi muffin. The Real Coffee mocha was good! Was quite a bit strong but I like it that way. The star of the show calamansi muffin. It has a little hint of calamansi sourness but it was so good! The muffin was also pack tight unlike other muffin that are just full of air. I also bought a box of six for pasalubong at 320php. My officemate love it and was asking for more when they've tasted it.

Overall it was great new location and much more cleaner looking compare to before. The place now got that homey feel but with the same great menu and muffin!

#Boracay2016

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Pia Christine B.
4.0 Stars

Love the calamansi muffins. If you're buying for pasalubong, order ahead of time! 128522

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Abegail H.
5.0 Stars

First staple when in bora!

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Maureen L.
4.0 Stars

It has been a while since I was in Bora that I didn't know they moved location 128514 we walked from Station 1 all the way to Station 2 and was about to give up when finally, we stumbled upon the "new" resto. The omellette with tuna, tomatoes and onions today were just okay. But still loved their toast with marmalade. Will still come back next time for sure 128076🏼

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Jorelle F.
5.0 Stars

Moist calamansi muffin is perfect with a nice cup of coffee 128523128523

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Josh G.
5.0 Stars

As usual the calamansi muffins were good. But i just found out about a there peanut butter brownies from my girlfriend and they were goooooood. A big fan of peanut butter, and i don't want to be biased but it's really good.

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Angela Marie C.
5.0 Stars

Most people know of their Calamansi Muffins but I read here a lot about their Peanut Butter Brownies and boy was it a revelation! 128525128525128525 I'm not a big fan of Peanut Butter but I enjoyed this a lot! Not too sweet, light, crumbly and at the same time chewy, it was definitely a delicious brownie! 100841008410084️ I can't wait to come back! 128536128536128536

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Jam V.
5.0 Stars

After Boracay Uptown Hotel just few more steps then you're there! Small but a lot of foods to offer! 128077🏼128077🏼128077🏼 Went home with 3 boxes of Calamansi muffin P320/box ata i forgot! 128522 Its really goooood although kinda sweet 128518 Make sure to eat it with tea!

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Jayson J.
4.0 Stars

Sikat to d2.
Calamansi muffin. It tasted like lemon. Lighter.
Moist pound cake-- makes it heavy in the stomach.
60 per piece. Would like to have more

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Marjorie G.
3.0 Stars

I've never been much of a muffin person but it all changed this summer when I went to Boracay. It's all because of the delicious Calamansi Muffin (which I'd never heard before until the said trip) of Real Coffee and Tea Cafe.

This cafe is located in Station 2. It offers all day breakfast, coffee and other drinks, and that famous calamansi muffin. The interior imbibes that laid-back island vibe with rattan and bamboo chairs, walls painted with summer-y colors, and decors that complement that native, island theme.

My friends and I went here just to help pass the time as we waited for our group to be completed. And so, save for the muffin, we weren't able to try their other food. To complement my muffin, I ordered a cup of Brewed Coffee (PHP80).

And of course the reason for my being, I mean this cafe visit, the can't-get-over-I-want-one-now-uberlicious-take-me-back-to-Boracay Calamansi Muffin (PHP60). It is by far the best muffin I have ever tasted. It is an ideal pasalubong, a box of six will cost you 320 pesos.

If you are taking this as pasalubong, you may pre-order the and then claim it the day before you leave the island. I really think that a Boracay trip will not be complete until you've tried this calamansi muffin.

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Ayesha I.
4.0 Stars

Calamansi Muffin is really famous in Boracay. My friend got us this box and I'm so glad that my other friends love it! It's soft, moist, and has a strong calamansi flavor. One piece will already satisfy you because it's fulfilling. 128512

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Carla D.
4.0 Stars

French toasts, scrambled eggs with pesto, and a single serving of a cup of coffee for P260. For sharing but can even be insufficient for a hungry person 128517. Nothing really special about the taste. Coffee was served so strong that I had a hard time getting the right blend.

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