Expensive but really worth it. Fresh and tasty. It’s good to go with some local friends then they know how to bargain for good deal.
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Bargaining with the food vendors in the market looked hectic, so we passed some money to our guide who did the haggling for us. We had to pay 250 pisos per dish cooked, which we found a tad bit expensive. But the seafood was fresh and tasty, great with beer.
If you are out to savor the fresh catch of the day at prices 30 to 40% lower than those found along the main beach and are not looking for ambiance then this is the best place to eat sea food. Be ready to haggle with the vendors on the best prices. As of now there are only 3 places where one can have their shopping cooked or as local would say “paluto”. We had a large fish called “samaral” at 1.4 kg, 1/2 kg of large shrimps, 2 cups of rice and 2 bottles of beer for 900 pesos.
An expensive fish market. It may be interesting for thefirst time fish market visitors. Don’t buy anything without bargaining. Ifyou have cooking stuff, like a stove or steam cooker, you can buy some stuff and cook them. There are cooking places near too.