A beachside dinner creates a pleasurable and romantic feeling that no soul can ever forget. Dining amidst the soft night breeze, the calm sounds of the water and the warm feel of sand upon your feet makes any feast a true indulgence. In Boracay, such an experience can happen even every night.
Le Soleil de Boracay is one of the selected luxurious hotels beautifully located along the white sands of the internationally-renowned long white beach. With its al fresco dining near the shores and a stylish bar and restaurant overlooking the beautiful night sky, Le Soleil creates a distinctive experience that visitors and locals alike will always cherish.
A tranquil and lovely buffet setup awaits those who want to dine in style while enjoying the views of the outside. The beachside buffet offers wider selections of delectable treats from local main dishes, grilled seafoods to sweet and healthy dessert platters on the table, a fusion of well-known European cuisine with a twist of comforting Filipino dishes.
Chicken and Pork Adobo at Le Soliel de Boracay
Unilever Food Solutions presents selected dishes offered by Le Soleil as part of its Sooo Pinoy campaign, an advocacy of the multinational company in promoting popular Filipino dishes to the world. Le Soleil reinvents customary Filipino dishes to suit the varying taste of different races that visit Boracay.
Any Filipino within and outside the Philippines will always be fan of the native dish, Adobo. Chicken or pork meat marinated and simmered for several minutes in soy sauce, vinegar, garlic and other seasoning gives that delightful and classic flavor known to all Filipinos wherever they go.
Le Soleil offers its own Adobo version with the combination of chicken and pork meat, simmered in soy sauce, vinegar, garlic and recado. The sweet-sour-spicy flavor forms the perfect pair for a cup of steamed jasmine rice.
Inubarang Manok at Le Soliel de Boracay
Chicken in coconut milk creates the ideal meal for a cool night. But, for most people in Western Visayas, an addition of ubad (core of banana stalk) will complete the perfect dish. Le Soleil recreates its own version of Inubarang Manok, a famous delicacy in Western Visayas specifically in Aklan. It is a stew with cuts of chicken and ubad.
Unilever Food Solutions promotes these two popular Filipino dishes, a continued reminder of how gastronomically-rich the Philippines is.
Le Soleil de Boracay
Boat Station 2, Boracay Island Malay, Aklan, Philippines 5608
Tel. Nos.: (036) 288-6209 to 12