This place is a market. A local market. I didn't find it interesting but if you are looking for cheaper items this place is okay.
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D'Talipapa is a wet market where you can buy fresh and live seafood and proceed to any restaurant nearby to have it prepared and cooked in your favorite styles. Alternatively, you can also purchase fresh seafood and bring them home to cook for your family...More
The seafood is really fresh. You can even buy chicken and pork and have the nearby restaurants cook it for you. We trid Plato restaurant the first day where we had cheese baked loster,grilled scallops and clams. The baked ljbster was nice but the grill...More
I was expecting a budget friendly and a wide variety of sea foods. However, they only sell crabs, prawns, mussels and lobsters. Prices were not affordable at all and limited selection as well. The place was muddy and smelly, we left right a away as...More
We had an amazing time picking lobster and prawns at the market then taking it to Bella Bistro for "cooking service." Just be aware to not pay the price the vendors ask for upfront when choosing your food at the market- you have to negotiate...More
When in the island don't forget to visit this seafood market. They have most of the seafood delicacies so for sure you and companions will be in for a foodie treat. After buying your choice seafood, head into one of the restaurants to cook them...More
Grab your fresh seafood (prawns, squid, clams, and various fish) and take it to Natalia's Kusina nearby and have it cooked...expertly done, never overlooked by their chef. TIP: There is a small room upstairs that has AC! You will even your food with that cool...More