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“PLATO D' BORACAY RESTO. THE BEST PALUTO”
Review of D'Talipapa

D'Talipapa
Ranked #60 of 337 Restaurants in Boracay
Dining options: After-hours, Breakfast, Reservations
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Dining options: After-hours, Breakfast, Reservations
Reviewed 28 October 2013 via mobile

i tried to came here in the d talipapa... i bought seafoods in the market and cook at plato... wow, amazing they cook best and very good..awesome.. i like to recommend this restaurant to my friends.. thier staff are also friendly and care... i love it.

7  Thank Marlon R
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Reviewed 27 October 2013 via mobile

If you want something fresh it doesnt come cheap. Better learn how to bargain before settling to a price. You can have them cooked right away in surrounding kitchens however they seem overpriced as well. Im a huge fan of seafood but id skip this.









3  Thank alsoknownas_tj
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Reviewed 24 October 2013 via mobile

Whoa! Not for the faint of heart. Combine a Wall Street trading floor with a Chinatown seafood market with a lot of tourists a you might get an idea.

Paluto means cooking service, and you have bunch of these Palutos where you can bring your haggled-for seafood, meat and veggies and they'll cook it for you any style you choose. Awesomeness.

For $100 a party of 10 can eat like kings - crab, prawn, scallops, oysters, pork belly, chicken wings, etc. We ate dinner here every night for our 5-day stretch. Our preferred Paluto is Nelia's cooking service (air-conditioned). Don't expect friendly service or any help shopping for food. It's eat or get eaten at D'Talipapa's.

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2  Thank Yoni G
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Reviewed 18 October 2013

This is a great food experience in Boracay. The wet market sells all kids of seafood (lots of it still alive) and some meats. The price the sellers start at is always very high so hold firm on your highest price and you will get good value seafood. There are many different stalls so shop around until you get the price you want. Walking away always prompts a further negotiation. We took our live crabs (we paid around 700 pesos for 2 large crabs) to a nearby restaurant - there are many of them surrounding the market who cook your seafood for around 100-200 pesos. Find one you like the look of and in minutes your live catch will be transformed into a delicious meal.

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1  Thank BellGell
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Reviewed 17 October 2013

They have really fresh seafood . But the price can be very high . So excersice your bargaining skills before going there . after selecting the seafood you want to buy , send it to a nearby restaurant to cook . It all almost taste the same and the price are almost same . 1st time 1 tried to eat sea rambutan fresh . A place to go definitely , at least for a photo .

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Thank Bepau
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