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.