After a whole day of fun and adventure, a luscious dinner would be just the perfect treat!
We had our dinner at Aria on our 3rd night at Boracay. This is just one of the restaurants in Boracay that serve authentic Italian dishes.
After some quality time and walk along D'mall, Mark and I came to the restaurant first.
We were already getting hungry while going through the menu, but since the rest haven't arrived yet, we decided to get some thirst quenchers first. I got Aria's Fruit Shake while Mark opted for the Papaya Shake.
The rest of the group came a few minutes after our drinks were served.
Since we already read through the menu while waiting for the others, Mark and I were the first ones to order.
First on our list was the Boscaiola. It's a generous serving of fetuccine with a creamy sauce of mushroom, ham, and parmesan cheese. The dish tasted good, though the sauce seemed not enough because it became a little dry as I dug through the dish.
Next was the Involtini di Manzo, 4 big chunks of thinly sliced beef rolled with mozzarella cheese and farmers ham. I'm not a fan of medium rare beef but Aria's involtini is an exception. :P Though a reddish color was still obvious, the taste was just right as it was overpowered by the mozzarella and ham. Involtini di Manzo, mmmmm, a must-try at Aria!
The dish also came with oven-baked potato wedges.
Aside from the ones that we had, Aria also offers a variety of pastas, salads, and pizzas. If you’re the type who love Italian dishes, and you happen to be in Boracay, you definitely have to try Aria. :)
We then headed to Guilly's after dinner for some all out partying 'til dawn! :D
Balabag, Station 2