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For the benefit of Muslim tourists visiting Boracay, here's information that may be helpful to you in looking for halal food in Boracay. This list was given to Tutubi by a Muslim friend of his who recently went there.
"inside Kim-Nor Souvenir Shop #74 at D'Talipapa market in Station 2 (you need to go inside the shop and ask the vendor for muslim/halal food prepared by the restaurant vendors for vendors on Boracay Island). Cheap, simple Muslim food of rice, chicken, beef, fish, and eggs."
Other Pork-free food in Boracay Restaurants:
Tilapia & Chips in D'Mall Palengke
Kasbah in Station 1
True Indian Food in Station 2
Muslims trace their lineage to the Indo-Aryan group from South Asian region. The they have their distinctive linguistic and cultural identity. Leading regional and international retail establishments and industry bodies have joined hands with Expo Centre Sharjah for the upcoming international Halal-certified food products exhibition - Halal Food Middle East.