One of the main event when you go to Boracay is going to d* talipapa. It’s the local market where you shop what you eat and bring it to the nearest restaurant and have it cook any way you like.

As they always say: eat like the locals.

That’s just what we did.

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This is where you find the freshest catch of the day. Aside from being fresh & very cheap (1 kilo of talaba (oyster) is P50 only) here you find all kinds of seafood in one place.

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We bought panga (tuna cheek), prawns, talaba (oysters), lapu lapu fish & squid. We brought it to this restaurant right in front.

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They weighed what we bought and we told them what we want.

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We had baked talaba:

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sinigang na lapu lapu and chili prawns:

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grilled panga and squid (forgot to take a picture of the squid!):

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Everything was less than P2,000. *burp*

How to go there:

Take a tricycle from d’mall.

Fare: P10 per person.

It’s just less than 5 minutes from d’mall.

xoxo,

tina

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