“Hands-on service is what guests can expect to see and feel when one stays in White House. It’s not uncommon to see matriarch Nenette by the beach greeting and chatting with guests at breakfast or seeing son-in-law chef Martin Jickain supervising lunch or dinner at their newest food outlet, Los Indios Bravos.”
Is it an Indian restaurant? An English pub? A Pinoy hotspot? Who cares! All we know is that Los Indios Bravos knows food and they’re not apologetic about their bold flavors. If you’re hankering for something light with robust flavors, try their Paratha with lots of crispy onions on top.If you love classic appetizers, it can’t get any better than the Oysters Rockefeller, which uses freshly caught Oysters from the same day.
The White House Resort may not be as large or as new as some of the other resorts in the Station 1 area, but that does not mean its lacking. It means you get a better, more personal experience. The customer service and staff attentiveness is spot on. They ensure you are taken care of, they follow up to make sure you have everything you need and if there is anything else you want. They’re not intrusive though in your space, they seem to know exactly when to approach you and when to leave you to your “chillaxation”.
“Overall, this is indeed the best English Pub on the island of Boracay, now at home in White House. We would go back for the Smoked Tomato Soup and Roxas Fresh Oysters for appetizers then Pub-Style Fish and Chips, Lamb Kofta or Dino Ribs for main dishes. We loved the wide selection of all-Filipino Craft Beers on tap and Sirena Spirits from Aklan.”
"MarTinapay is one of those elusive finds in Boracay that cater to foodies looking for big servings of comfort food at prices that won’t break the bank. It’s definitely a recommended, although out-of-the-way stop, on a Boracay food trip. If you want to eat like a local in Boracay, MarTinapay is definitely one of the places to go, offering hearty Filipino comfort food at affordable prices."
“Boracay may be laden with pubs and gastropubs but Martin highlighted how their good food and equally great staff sets them apart from the rest.”