Seaside Macapagal

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Seaside Macapagal is a nice location where different seafood restaurants are located in one complex. It is where you are supposed to shop for seafoods in the wet market then hand it to your chosen restaurant to have it cooked the way you like. You will find just every kind of seafood that you’d like to have. Meat, vegetable and fruits are also available. But if you don't want to buy stuff from the wet market, you can just ask the restaurant to buy for you.

We settled at Aling Tonya's and ordered for Crabs in sweet & chili sauce, shrimps in butter & garlic, grilled liempo, sinigang na maya-maya sa miso, and calamares.

While waiting for your food to cook, you can browse through the many other stalls that sell music CDs and movie DVDs (all pirated). Ryan did this and was able to buy a Naruto CD (Naruto again?). Anyway, we did not wait that long, food was served just after 15-20 mins. Everybody enjoyed the food and were all so full (burp!). We even had a lot of food to take home.

2 comments:

Lynnette said...

Jenny!!! these pictures are mouth-watering!!! I really miss pinoy food. I wish there are pinoy restos like that here...

scrapgurl said...

Yum-O! Love their buttered shrimps and the chili crabs!

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