6 Superb Dining Options at Huma Island Resort in Busuanga, Palawan

Cradled in the turquoise waters of one of Southeast Asia’s last frontiers is a pendant island called Huma Island Resort & Spa, a premium holiday destination for the elite traveler seeking a personalized experience of exploration and discovery.

And just like its captivating location in Busuanga, this resort presents an array of unique features that submerges visitors in a sea of comfort and convenience. Among these are the following 6 superb dining options that will convince you to come and stay:

1. Al Fairuz (Lebanese Restaurant)

Al Fairuz offers guests a taste of exotic Middle Eastern flavors in the most idyllic tropical surroundings. The restaurant is perched on a hill – the highest point of the resort – affording diners an unhampered, awe-inspiring view of the neighboring isles.

It features a shawarma station, where the classic slow-roasted delight is prepared before your eyes. An outdoor lounge affords al fresco dining, and a well-stocked shisha bar offers guests a relaxing smoke as they enjoy late evening cocktails, engage in conversation, or bask in the scenic tranquility.

Al Fairuz (Lebanese Restaurant)
Al Fairuz (Lebanese Restaurant)

2. Al Dente (Italian Restaurant)

At the end of a pathway jutting out into the sea is this fine dining restaurant serving delightful Italian specialities – freshly prepared pasta, pizza, and traditional Italian signature dishes. With its over-water setting and spectacular sunset views, Al Dente offers island guests a romantic, unparalleled al fresco dining experience.

Al Dente (Italian Restaurant)
Al Dente (Italian Restaurant)

Inside Al Dente is a private nook that offers a unique experience. In a temperature-controlled room, guests may opt to dine surrounded by racks of fine vintage. Here, the chef prepares each dish in a live open-theatre kitchen, and the sommelier complements the menu with an exquisite selection from the wine cellar.

Al Dente (Italian Restaurant)
Al Dente (Italian Restaurant)

3. Waves (All Day Dining)

Located by the pool and with views of the ocean, the aptly named Waves features outstanding local and international fare in a casual, outdoor and indoor family-friendly setting.

Waves (All Day Dining)
Waves (All Day Dining)

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4. On the Harbour (Seafood Restaurant)

In a hut found just off the jetty, the freshest catch of the day sizzles temptingly on the grill, and rich, luscious meats await the carving knife. For guests desiring delicious local seafood and sumptuous steaks, On The Harbour is the place to go.

On the Harbour (Seafood Restaurant)
On the Harbour (Seafood Restaurant)
On the Harbour (Seafood Restaurant)
On the Harbour (Seafood Restaurant)

5. Rudi’s Bar (Wine and Cheese Bar)

Tucked into a corner of the beach, with this resort in Busuanga’s pristine white sand serving as its floor, is an intimate wine cellar stocked with an array of old and new world wines for the discriminating palate. Rudi’s also offers an authentic Swiss cheese fondue, as well as a fine selection of cheeses from France, Australia, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Switzerland and England.

Rudi’s Bar (Wine and Cheese Bar)
Rudi’s Bar (Wine and Cheese Bar)

6. Blu Bar

A spectacular venue from sunset to star rise, the Blu Bar entertains guests with live music and serves light snacks, desserts and cocktails around the infinity pool. It is the perfect spot for guests looking to lounge and wind down from a day’s worth of adventure.

Blu Bar
Blu Bar

The flavors of this Busuanga island resort can be enjoyed in more exclusive, intimate settings by special request. Honeymooners or those looking to pop the question can enjoy a beachfront dinner with mouthwatering barbecue delights prepared by a private chef.

Guests may also request for in-room service and dine in the privacy of their own villa’s terrace. To know more about Huma Island Resort, log on http://www.humaisland.com/.

Huma Island Resort in Puerto Princesa, Palawan
Huma Island Resort in Busuanga, Palawan
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