Savor the flavors of Asia in Boracay

In addition to its charming beaches, clear waters, powder-like sand and majestic sunsets, Boracay is also a place to try delicious Asian cuisine. At Sun Asian Kitchen, you can relish the flavors of Asia while lounging by the beach and basking in the beauty of the island paradise. 

Here are some of the sumptuous Asian dishes you need to try at Sun Asian Kitchen:

Kimchi Fried Rice. A combination of rice, bacon and kimchi topped with a sunny side-up egg, Sun Asian Kitchen’s palatable Kimchi Fried Rice will certainly spice up your day in Boracay.

Kimchi Fried Rice is a combination of rice, bacon, and kimchi, topped with sunny side-up egg

Teriyaki Chicken Rice. Indulge to a sumptuous meal with Sun Asian Kitchen’s rendition of teriyaki. Bite into the tender and delicious pan-fried chicken in sweet soy sauce served with rice, cabbage, crabstick and carrot salad. 

Sukiyaki Rice Bowl. With beef belly cooked in flavorful broth made with light soy sauce, sake, sugar and mirin and served with rice, egg and sauteed mixed vagetables, Sun Asian Kitchen’s sukiyaki will surely satisfy your craving. 

Sun Asian Kitchen’s version of Laksa promises to make diners crave for more

Nasi Goreng. Looking for a yummy dish to kick-start your day? Sun Asian Kitchen’s Nasi Goreng is the way to go. Have this traditional Indonesian fried rice chicken, vegetables and spices, topped with either sunny side up or scrambled egg for breakfast to fuel your energy level through a day of fun activities. 

Beef Rendang.  A dish with unique flavor, Beef Rendang at Sun Asian Kitchen is made of beef chunks simmered in a fragrant combination of coconut milk, chilies and spices. Definitely the perfect partner to a cup of steamed rice.

Enjoy a steaming bowl of Chicken Stew with Korean Ginseng after a day of basking in the sun 

Chicken Stew with Korean Ginseng. After a day filled with exciting activities, reenergize with this hot, steaming and delicious dish made with chicken stewed in Korean ginseng roots, fresh ginger, and red dates. 

Laksa. A combination of noodles cooked in coconut cream, curry, and shrimp paste, served with egg, bean sprouts, tofu, squid balls, chicken and shrimp, Sun Asian Kitchen’s version of Laksa, a yummy dish from Singapore, will certainly make you crave for more. 

Bite into the tender and delicious pan-fried chicken in sweet soy sauce of Sun Asian Kitchen’s Teriyaki Chicken Rice 

The Sun Asian Kitchen, also home to the famous Boracay Mongolian Grill, is located at Sun Villa Beachfront, between Stations 1 and 2. For more information, visit or follow them on Facebook at For inquiries, please call (036) 288-1306, (036) 288-5915 or 09989878276. 

Topics: Asian cuisine , Sun Asian Kitchen , Boracay
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