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Filipino, Seafood, Asian, Soups
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Lunch, Dinner, Late Night
FEATURES
Takeout, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Waterfront
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We came for dinner and there were few things to buy from the market. Coming from Manila, cooking charge seemed a little less than Manila prices. Our one kilo prawn was super worth it! Pork sinigang had real tamarind in it- a treat really. Fried...fish was right. Baked Oysters and scallops mixed had one cooking charge. Rice was a full cup. Soft Drinks and water came in 1 litre packaging. 👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼 Note: it is next to Astoria hotel (eskinita)More

Date of visit: October 2021
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Reviewed 28 July 2021

If you want to enjoy the fresh seafood then you are in the right place. Excellent choices at a very good price. Comfortable place to satisfy your cravings. We recommend this restaurant if you want cheap and very fresh seafood.

Date of visit: July 2021
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Reviewed 12 February 2020 via mobile

The price is good if you're looking for a seafood platter. The food is ok. The buttered shrimp is the best.

Date of visit: February 2020
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Reviewed 12 October 2019 via mobile

We looked up some good places to eat in Boracay, and decided to eat here for our first night. We heard the seafood was great. We struggled to find it but were pulled over by a member of staff who led the way. On arrival...we were greeted by some venders who started filling up a basket for us of seafood. A small lobster, 6 prawns and 4 small clams were selected (pushed by them of course) and they started to thrust a calculator in our faces with 3900 on it (pesos). This would have been £50 in England and we could get it cheaper at home....They kept passing the calculator back to us and trying to rush us into typing in what we wanted to pay. In the end we agreed on 2000p which we thought was reasonable for all, but not cheap. We then went through to a basic and grubby restaurant where the member of staff who first spoke to us came over. He asked us how we wanted it cooked, then told us it would be an additional 900pesos! Seeing we were being taken advantage of we decided to get our money back and leave. We only wanted them to be upfront with pricing! By this stage it was very uncomfortable, but we couldn’t trust them. Truly horrid experience, avoid!More

Date of visit: October 2019
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Reviewed 16 August 2019 via mobile

Way over priced, and the food was not cooked nicely, swimming in butter with next to no garlic! Disappointing...

Date of visit: August 2019
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Reviewed 1 August 2019

It is really tiring to have to negotiate for the prices because we are at the mercy to what the initial prices are. And do note their starting prices vary depending on if you are local or foreign, if you look loaded with cash or...not. In fairness, we noticed that some of the seafood's prices were cheaper than its counterpart in the city where I come from, but the biggest secret cost that needs to be taken into consideration is their cooking charges. Aside from the prices of the seafood, we need to take into account the cooking charge, which can range between 150 to over 250 peso PER kilo. Cooking time is also very long, 45 minutes average. The place is not very hygienic. Try using their toilets and you will cringe from the stench and the way it looks. There is a place very near Hawaiian BBQ (at the small side alley going to Jonah's. They also serve seafood with the product priced at Talipapa BUT no more extra cooking charge. Plus a lot cleaner.More

Date of visit: July 2019
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Reviewed 11 July 2019 via mobile

Fresh seafood but a total rip off!!! One would expect a local rate but a real disappointment. I was just shocked when I got the bill AFTER a discount. Smh!

Date of visit: July 2019
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Reviewed 28 June 2019 via mobile

The fresh seafood market is not bad... The paluto restaurants also cook delicious seafood dishes... But at night.. Yucks! All the sewage waste comes out of the drainage and the while place smells like toilet waste... I nearly puked all the seafood i ate.. I...held my breath til we are out if the wet market... Grabe... All human waste! Shocking!More

Date of visit: June 2019
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Reviewed 14 June 2019 via mobile

Our family of 16 went to have dinner at the old talipapa in station3. Chanced upon Diwata who are waiting for customers. She was very easy to talk to. I told her that my cash ( all transactions here are cash basis)was limited and we...are altogether 16people. She gave me big discount and suggestions like for liempo(pork dish) it is expensive there. But she will go to a place where it is cheaper and be my runner to buy for me. Diwata sells seafood like crabs,squid,shrimps etc. My bill came out at aound 590pesos per person. Crabs,shrimps,lapulapu fish,scallops,liempo,tuna panga and calamares. Go look for Diwata. She is at the old talipapa now. But she said she will be moving back to the burned down D'talipapa at station2 once it is fully restored . Now she is still at station3 at the old Talipapa. Talipapa is a wet market where you go and buy fresh seafood on your own and have them cook inside a restaurantMore

Date of visit: June 2019
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Reviewed 7 June 2019 via mobile

If you wish to enjoy the taste of the sea and the briney taste that saliviates, then thisnis the best place to be! Here's the catch - you roam arround a fresh market where you can find live lobsters, fresh clams, oysters... name it! The...just beside that, they will cook it for you the way you want it. You'll enjoy the same stuff in a fanncy restaurant for a price doubled. 😂More

Date of visit: June 2019
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It was running and doesn'seem to be able to keep closed. Maybe partially.
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Frequently Asked Questions about PLATO D' Boracay Resto- d'talipapa-boracay

Yes, PLATO D' Boracay Resto- d'talipapa-boracay offers takeout services.

PLATO D' Boracay Resto- d'talipapa-boracay is rated accordingly in the following categories by Tripadvisor travelers:
  • Food: 4
  • Service: 3.5
  • Value: 3.5
  • Atmosphere: 3.5