Our family of 16 went to have dinner at the old talipapa in station3. Chanced upon Diwata who are waiting for customers. She was very easy to talk to. I told her that my cash ( all transactions here are cash basis)was limited and we are altogether 16people. She gave me big discount and suggestions like for liempo(pork dish) it is expensive there. But she will go to a place where it is cheaper and be my runner to buy for me. Diwata sells seafood like crabs,squid,shrimps etc. My bill came out at aound 590pesos per person. Crabs,shrimps,lapulapu fish,scallops,liempo,tuna panga and calamares. Go look for Diwata. She is at the old talipapa now. But she said she will be moving back to the burned down D'talipapa at station2 once it is fully restored . Now she is still at station3 at the old Talipapa. Talipapa is a wet market where you go and buy fresh seafood on your own and have them cook inside a restaurant
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