Generous servings. Seafood platter was disappointing because they didn't have crabs at the time we had dinner there. they tried to make up for it with double portions of squid & shrimps. Kudos to them for that!! Perfect ambience - nipa huts with shell 'chandeliers', bamboo benches, etc. Good service - waiters were attentive. We were served promptly. Food prices were a bit costly, considering food was grilled & the seafood is endemic to Coron. The 'buko' juice (served in the coconut shell) was priced at 75 pesos! In all, we went home sated & full!
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