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Boracay's Iconic Jonah's Fruit Shake

Have you been to Boracay or going to Boracay anytime soon? Then I'm sure you have tasted or heard about Jonah's Fruit Shake, one of the most recognizable food establishment in Boracay. It has been there for almost three decades now. Wow! 

One of our must-haves during our recent trip to Boracay was Jonah's Fruit Shakes, of course. We can't resist not getting a cup while watching the sunset. 

Here's the list of flavors available. I love the Banana Mocha and the Coffee Shake. 

But there's more, and it was a happy discovery. Jonah's Fruit Shake branch along the main road has a restaurant and they serve food. Yum! 

The first time we ate at Jonah's was when my daughter and I were looking for a place to eat and we're checking the restaurants along the main road (there's only one main road in Boracay, and it connects the port to the other end of the island) and then we espied Jonah's. It was almost closing time, I think but they did allow us in and took our orders. That was around 8PM already. 

Aside from shakes, we ordered Beef & Mushroom and Sizzling Squid. Portion is good for sharing and we did have a hard time finishing every thing. But it was good. Thumbs up! 

So on our next trip to Boracay, we scheduled another meal at Jonah's. This time around, we were joined by my hubby, and Tita Geeya. 

We ordered Sizzling Gambas, Pork Sinigang, and Crispy Pata. Extra rice please! Hahaha. Every thing is masarap including the shakes, of course. We were so full after our dinner that we decided to walk to D'Mall. 

It was a memorable dinner at Jonah's and we're all looking forward to our next trip to Boracay so that we can dine here again. 


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