Thursday, June 21, 2012

Plato D' Boracay Resto

After dropping our bags and changing into our swimming clothes at Las Brisas de Boracay, we hailed a tricycle and asked to be brought to D' Talipapa at Station 3 to have some fresh seafood for lunch. I glanced at my watch and it was 1pm already so walking from Station 1 is not an option especially with hungry kids in tow.

We checked the restaurants first then proceeded to the market to buy what we wanted them to cook for us. The market is clean and very organized by the way.

Among the rows of "paluto" restaurants in D' Talipapa, we chose Plato D' Boracay Resto since it has the most number of occupied tables. We even had to wait for about 5 minutes for a table to become available.

It didn't took long enough before our orders were served. The seafood were so fresh and delicious we all went ahead and ate with our hands!

Garlic Shrimp

Ginataang Alimasag


With lots of garlic and chili. Yum!

Fresh Mangoes for dessert.

I bet a week-long stay in Boracay with these on my table and I would be gaining weight in no time!


Plato D' Boracay Resto
D' Talipapa, Boracay Island
Malay, Aklan, Philippines


  1. i wonder how much a kilo of lobster in d'talipapa could be.

  2. Hi January! If I remember correctly, we paid Php1500 for a kilo of (2 medium-sized) lobsters which is worth every peso if you ask me :)


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