It's a cozy bahay kubo stlye cafe located in between Free Willy Dive Shop and Hawaiian BBQ in Boracay's Boat Station 1. Real Coffee and Tea Cafe Boracay was there since 1996. It's owned and managed by an American, Lee Rosaia, who fell in love with the island paradise of Boracay Philippines, and now settled in where she calls her second home. Coming from Station 2, you would see these signs that would indicate you are really near Real Coffee & Tea Cafe.
I instantly fell in love with Real Coffee and Tea Cafe Boracay's Famous Calamansi Muffins, which sell at Php 45 a piece. The texture, consistency and taste is just right for my taste buds.
A good partner of the calamansi muffins is their coffee, or the house special Real Coffee, which is basically the brewed coffee with extra shot/s of espresso.
It's best if you go there early because the place gets crowded during the day and in the afternoons. Well, since you're already there, you should also try out their Omelette. I am not sure what the name of this omelette dish is, but if you can describe it, it's definitely positively worth trying.
If you want to bring home their world famous calamansi muffin to your family and friends as pasalubong or gift, you should pre-order a day before to make sure that it is available. Freshly baked calamansi muffins are the bomb, I tell you! :)
I just can't get enough of Real Coffee and Tea Cafe Boracay's Calamansi Muffin! Tell me if you're going to Boracay real soon, so that I can, maybe, probably, ask if you can bring me home a box or two of the calamansi muffins. :)