The name Na Meet is taken from Na-mit which is an Iligaynon word meaning Delicious.
Na Meet opened at the end of 2013 and very quickly became established as one of the To-Go-To restaurants in Diniwid.
The sibling owners Rommel and Lizel Lamayo started with Filipino foods such as Sisig, Calderetta, Adobo, Chop Suey and Batchoy and news of their cooking soon spread by word of mouth. Na Meet has lots of regular customers and is very popular amongst foreign visitors to Boracay that reside in and around Diniwid.
I eat here regularly when in Boracay as I find their filipino food very tasty and am always welcomed with a smile and a chat. One of my favourite dishes is their Beef Calderetta. Rommel and Lizel really take care of their customers.
They have also added freshly baked to order Homemade Pizza to their menu which are very good value.
Na Meet also has free wifi so if you need to catch up with your emails or facebook, or do some work on your blog, Na Meet is a fantastic alternative to the big name coffee houses by Dmall.
So Meet Me at Na Meet …………….
How to get there
Take a tricycle to Diniwid Junction and ask the driver to drop you there. From the junction walk 20 metres downhill and Na Meet is on the left hand side.
Na Meet is Open everyday from 5:00 am – 12:00 am
Mobile 0930 383 8170