While Siargao is world-renowned for being a prime surf spot, non-surfers will be glad to know that the island hosts a plethora of other fun activities to do and majestic sights to see as well. For one, it is just as much of a paradise for food as it is for waves.
Here, you’ll find authentic international cuisines made by foreigners that settled down in the island — serving what they love to eat from their respective home countries. Of course there are also great, truly delicious Filipino food establishments you can’t miss. Coffee aficionados and healthy-eaters will be satisfied, too.
One visit won’t be enough to get your belly truly acquainted, but here are essential food spots to get you started!