Went for dinner on our first night. Very casual diner with welcoming waitresses. We had tilapia, fish and chips and hamburger with calamari for starters. Delicious meal in a simple setting. Worth a visit.
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The menu was not quite wide in terms of variety, mostly fishes they also serve some chicken, I've tried their Beer battered fish which was quite cheap, but can truly satisfy your cravings, Tilapia N Chips also serve burgers for non fish lovers.
Oftentimes, Tilapia comes from the freezer. Here they fry it fresh resulting in crispy and moist friend fish served with chips. It's a steal for about P100 (US$2).
We ordered the fish and chips combo and buffalo wings to go since the place was packed for dinner. We had planned to order the ribs but they said it had all been reserved. Anyways, the servings were generous and we particularly enjoyed thier tartar...More
We found Tilapia and Chips as a better alternative to the either expensive or not so tasty restos in Boracay. It was so quaint, very relaxed and laid back. For only P99, we already had chicken, rice and iced tea. My friend and her nephew...More
It is a give away that Brits love fish and chips, and now us Pinoys have come up with our own version, instead of the usual high end fish that they regularly use, we maximize the abundance of St.Peter's fish in our country or more...More
Upon arrival to boracay, we didnt check in at our hotel instead we headed to dmall to visit our fave fish n chips resto in the island. Good thing we had the place all by ourselves when we got there and ordered two local specials...More
Good find at the end of d'mall. Clean, aircon, nice seating. Reasonable prices and the fish n chips and fish sandwich were hot , crispy and tasty. Quick pleasant service. A must visit on my next trip.