Nagisa Restaurant at Surfside Resort: "Japanese Specialties and More." Top 5 Page for this destination Boracay Island Restaurant Tip by sirenna
Boracay Island Restaurants: 261 reviews and 432 photos
Nagisa isn't flashy or trendy looking, in fact it is so unassuming that you might not notice it as you walk by. But this would be a shame! You'd be missing great Japanese, Korean and other Asian cuisine, grilled and sizzling seafood and plenty more mouthwatering treats!
The restaurant is attractively designed, native style with lots of natural wood, but the service is anything but rustic, and the food definitely worth walking down to Angol (station 3 area) for.
Favorite Dish: My favourite dishes include prawns and vegetable tempura, the okonomiyaki, sizzling garlic king prawns, mixed fried rice (with shrimp and vegetables) and the spicy kimchi soup (best ordered with a side sish of noodles).
Address: Angol, south of boat station 3
Comparison: about average
Directions: Beachfront, Angol.
Price: less than US$10
Theme: Pan-Asian and Pacific Rim
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