We had lunch and dinner here and it was great. The food was fresh and delicious. Try some of the Ivatan dishes like Dibang (flying fish), Arayu Kan Uvi (dolphin fish) and Lataven... all of these were very tasty. The Paella Negra was also good but the order is big so share it with at least 2 other people. The kamote chips were addicting and served with garlic aioli (I think). Unfortunately they were always out of the pandan iced tea which we wanted to try, as well as a few other menu items. Due to the remoteness of this island, it's understandable that some items may not be available so try to keep an open mind. They were also nice enough to book a tricycle for us since my phone had no reception up there. It cost us P150 for the tricycle ride, one way.
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