Address: D’Mall Market, Station 2, Barangay Balabag, Boracay
Recommended Budget for Two: PhP1,200 to PhP1,500
Cooking service restaurants like Plato D’Boracay charges seafood and other meats on a “per kilo” basis.
Images: Plato D’ Boracay Resto – Station 1 Official Facebook page
Plato D'Boracay Resto
used to be one of the places to eat in Boracay
and the biggest paluto
or cooking service restaurant at D'Talipapa Seafood Market that serves Filipino dishes. However, a big fire engulfed the area, which included Plato D'Boracay in 2017. Despite the tragedy, Plato D'Boracay did not disappear. The restaurant continued serving its customers at D'Mall market.
Customers buy their choice of seafood and meat dishes, and they can be cooked right in this restaurant in Boracay in whichever way the customers would like. Their buttered shrimps, prawn sinigang (sour soup), and grilled clams are among their most popular.
Tip: you can buy meat, seafood, and veggies at D’Mall Market for a lower price. Then have it cooked at the paluto restaurant.
How to get to Plato D'Boracay Resto: Take a tricycle from Cagban Port, get off at Crafts Supermarket in Station 2, and walk for about three minutes along D’Mall Market. If you’re coming from Caticlan Airport, the travel time is about 30 to 40 minutes.
Stay safe as you travel and dine in! Make sure to follow social distancing protocols and observe health precautions. For now, keep safe!
This article was initially published in Yoorekka on July 08, 2020.
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