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Taboan Public Market, Cebu City

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  • Better price of danggit and drued pusit. Bought also dried dilis. They vacuum pack and can be pack by 1/4kg. They even packed it if bought of couple of items in a box.  more »
  • Before buying dried fish and mangoes for pasalubong in Taboan market, go around and check the prices first to get the cheapest price. Do not forget to inspect what you are buying. There are small cock...  more »
  • When you say "Cebu" its a home of many salted fish" with affordable price, very much affordable. If you like to buy danggit (small blacken fish). I suggest that you go there. You can buy many kind of ...  more »
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  • Pasalubong shopping for dried mangoes and danggit! Here, they have it! 😉 Make sure to negotiate for the best price! I also recommend for you to try the spicy Chorizo de Cebu, we got it for P180/kg. It's masarap! 😉
  • Pasalubong center, especially dried fish, dangit, dried mangoes, etc... Also available keychains, ref magnet, bags, shirts. :) Aamoy dangit ka rin pag labas mo, kaya ok lang if nakapambahay ka papunta dito. :)
  • Buying the famed danggit? This is the place to be! Here you'll find an amazing variety of dried seafood at the lowest prices. As of posting, 1 kilo of the best-tasting Bantayan danggit costs Php 400 to 600. Be warned though, the place reeks! Make sure to bring extra clothes, and inform the vendor to pack the goodies in a seal-tight plastic bag, as courtesy to your taxi/Uber driver. I advise that you get the danggit checked-in at the airport, regardless if it's placed on a seal-tight container or not.
  • a different variety of Dried Fish everywhere inTaboan Market.come spicy, sweet, salted or just dried in the sun.
  • There's lot's of sellers of Cebu's famous dried fish, "Dangit" to choose from and the the sellers are very informative about the difference of each kind.