Dampa Sa Farmers Market
4 locals recommend · Estimated price 3 out of 4 ·
Tips from locals
Great food! You have an option to buy fresh seafoods from the Farmers market just beside the resto and you can request your preferred menu to cook them for you.
Buy your seafood or meats at the fresh market and have your favorite stall cook them for you.
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