E ver since I’ve dreamed of getting to this Island. This café is on top of our list that we should visit when we get to the island of Siargao. Indeed, a stay in Siargao would not be complete without trying healthy bowls from Shaka.
Previously located in a low-rise shop on the roadside, Shaka now moved to space where guests can feel more of the island vibe. In fact, the new spot now has the vivid sight of the picturesque view of the famous boardwalk of Cloud 9. Breakfast bowls are preferred by surfers after an early morning playdate with the waves.
Shaka, which means “hang loose” in Hawaiian and surf culture, is a greeting gesture, wherein the thumb and the little finger are outwardly extended from a closed fist.
I started to get fond of fresh fruits with yogurt back in 2015 when I stayed for a year in the USA to fulfill my internship. We used to have all-day parfaits care of our chefs in our hotel.
A number of selections for their smoothie bowls all are freshly made and served in a coconut bowl. We ordered one of their best sellers, Bom Dia, which is made of acai, banana, mango, pineapple, berries, and coconut milk. Restaurant owners are also environmentally concerned so don’t expect to see plastic straws.
If you want a digestive retreat, Shaka Siargao is the place to go. This all-day breakfast bar serves all things healthy but the colorful, too-pretty-to-eat innovations are their signature must-tries. Famous for their vibrant and creative smoothie bowls, freshly brewed coffee and tea and cold-pressed juices served all day long.