With sauteed onions. Marlin 500 PHP, Cooking service 200 PHP
Plato D’Boracay Resto, Boracay PHILIPPINES
I can’t remember the last time I had marlin. It think it was in Seattle, back in the day. The fish tasted good, but it has a tendency to get dry pretty quickly. This was a bit on the dry side, but I think that’s why they suggested it be cooked with a sauce. My friend also requested some chopped tomatoes and onions to add more moisture and flavor.
Chopped tomatoes and onions.
d*talipapa fish market.
Good thing you had it cooked with sauce, otherwise it would have been really dry. When people grill it here, they usually put a lot of butter so that it gains a lot of moisture. That’s a great side dish btw.
I let my friend do make all the arrangements with the cooking service so they new how to prepare the fish so that it wouldn’t be too dry. It was very hearty!