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Sufside’s Nagisa Coffee Shop: A Big Bowl of Ramen In The Island That Never Sleeps

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Belle Piccio | Nov 06, 2017

Boracay Island is not only a melting pot of people but as well as food to cater everyone’s craving.

Looking for some ramen, we happen to passed by a small beachfront cottage that offers Japanese food at Angol.

The Sufside’s Nagisa Coffee Shop is a cottage-type restaurant that is made with pure mahogany tree and bamboo. The shop has a cool ambiance with a chill-vibe that makes you want to hangout chatting with your friends the whole day. It’s also nice place to wait for the sunset!

Welcome to Japan… in Boracay!

It offers affordable light Japanese meals. Here are some on the menu.

Nagisa Maki
Tan Tan Men

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Tonkotsu Ramen

Aside from the Japanese menu they also serve Western and Asian meals. And if you’re a manga fan, while waiting for your meals you can read one these.

Nagisa is open 6:30am to 11:00pm daily. It is located at White Beach Angol, Manoc-Manoc, Boracay.


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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