Grilled squid – Plato D’Boracay Resto

Grilled squid - Plato D'Boracay Resto
Prawns 150 PHP, Cooking service 100 PHP
Plato D’Boracay Resto, Boracay PHILIPPINES

Mmm, this squid was so good! They were grilled just right so that the squid weren’t tough and chewy. I loved eating the heads and eyes. Hehe!

Calamansi and red chilies - Plato D'Boracay Resto
Calamansi and red chilies for making the yummy dipping sauce.

Dipping sauce - Plato D'Boracay Resto
Dipping sauce.

d*talipapa seafood market
Fresh fish at d*talipapa seafood market.

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Grilled oysters – Paraiso Grill

Grilled oysters - Paraiso Grill
With calamansi.
Paraiso Grill, Boracay PHILIPPINES

Meh, I wasn’t too impressed with these oysters. They were overcooked and started to get tough. They also didn’t come with an interesting sauce, just calamansi. I guess this would be fine if the oysters were good quality and not overdone.

Vegetables at the market
Vegetables at the d*talipapa market.

Pork sisig – Leslie’s Restaurant

Pork sisig - Leslie's Restaurant
Boiled, grilled, then sauteed pork meat with various spices, onions, ginger and calamansi. 299 PHP
Leslie’s Restaurant, Tagaytay PHILIPPINES

Mmm, pork sisig is SO tasty! Yeah, it’s not the healthiest thing to eat, but I was on vacation. I deserved to splurged a little (maybe a whole lot really).

Filipino dance performance
Filipino dance performance, Villa Escudero.

Steamed eggplant – Mission Chinese Food

Steamed eggplant in chili bean sauce - Mission Chinese Food
Ginger scallion vinegar, cucumber, calamansi, sesame, cilantro, salted chili. $6
Mission Chinese Food, San Francisco CA

Eh, I wasn’t really impressed with this dish. I generally love everything I’ve order from MCF, but this lacked the usual flavor I enjoy from their food.

Orange aloe flowers
Orange aloe flowers (Xanthorrhoeaceae), West Field Road.