Tabo-an Market

Farmers Market, Flea Market, and Fish Market
Cebu City
  • Wonder B.
    "Best place to buy danggit and dried mangoes."(22 Tips)
    "best tasting dried fish in the country.."(19 Tips)
    Rizi G.
    "highly recommend Niño & Khristy Store"(2 Tips)
    Chriszy B.
    "Buying dried goods for pasalubong?"(2 Tips)
54 Tips and reviews
  • danggit
  • dried fish
  • khristy store
  • pusit
  • mango
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  • Jimmy T.
    Jimmy TanNovember 1, 2015
    Best time to go would be at noon when all stalls are open so that you can compare prices. One stall I checked out priced their danggit (unsalted) at 780php while the other one sold it at 680php.
  • Chriszy B.
    Chriszy BandongMarch 15, 2015
    Buying dried goods for pasalubong? Go to Tabo-an Market at Nino & Khristy Store! Yummy Chorizo at 180 & Dried Danggit at 700/kg! Yum! Dont forget the Dried Mangos
  • Ana M.
    Ana MoncayoAugust 9, 2014
    Though this place reeks of dried fish, this is the best place to get pasalubongs such as dried danggit, pusit, mangoes, etc. Make sure this is the last stop for the day and get a thorough shower after
  • Milky C.
    Milky CoSeptember 1, 2013
    The best place to buy danggit, pusit & other pasalubongs in affordable price, but make sure to take a shower after bcuz ur clothes & everything else will smell like danggit. ;-)
  • Wonder B.
    Best place to buy danggit and dried mangoes. Cheap prices! Just don't spend much time there or else you'll smell like danggit. Hehe.
  • Jan Michael D.
    Jan Michael De GuiaJanuary 14, 2015
    Been here 5+ times
    You can also find "Chicharon Carcar" here. :) 25 Pesos per small pack, but one is enough (unless you don't care about your heart)
  • Adriel S.
    Adriel SyMay 1, 2013
    Danggit and dried mangoes are not the best finds here, try looking around and you may find tuyo and daing at very low price! (Really really low)
  • Ruben K.
    Ruben KristofferJanuary 5, 2013
    You can ask to pack your danggit in per 0.125kg bags. They will offer to box them for you free. Easier to share danggit back home. Buy dried mangoes here, cheaper than the commercial ones.
  • Angel P.
    Angel PayadMay 22, 2012
    besides the famous dangit and pusit for pasalubong. there are also a lot of things that you can buy in the tabo- an. per kilo. dried mangoes!!! lami.
  • Ronald Duane E.
    Ronald Duane EstevezMarch 21, 2012
    if your planning to buy "pasalubongs" like dangit and dried pusit...this is the place...very affordable, they even packed your pasalubongs in sealed cellophanes so it won't stink for free
  • Pat B.
    Pat BalingaoFebruary 15, 2014
    try to bargain. you can have buy 1kg and have it divided in half, 1/4, 1/8 etc.
  • Kay O.
    Kay OngOctober 30, 2011
    Danggit galore! I dont know what "hugas dagat" meant but it was definitely yummy! After buying i went straight to the hotel and stayed at the tub for like an hour! Wash off that smell guys! 
  • Mai G.
    Mai GuillermoJune 1, 2015
    Visit Lenny's store for danggit and pusit. She's a nice owner and gives discounts too.
  • Christian Vincent L.
    A good selections of Cebu pasalubong for a good price. They offer fresh dried seafood compared to the malls.
  • Nestor A.
    Nestor Aian 😎September 20, 2014
    Dried fish area alot of dried fish here its good for pasalubong but try to take a round before buying to get a cheaper vendor 👍
  • Flow G.
    Before buying try checking all the stores for you to compare who has the better price.
  • Rizi G.
    Rizi GestoOctober 5, 2012
    I highly recommend Niño & Khristy Store, for they have varieties of goods perfect for pasalubong.
  • Deneb G.
    Deneb GajoDecember 28, 2011
    Good place to buy danggit,dried fish and longganisa. Im sure u also can't resist dried mangoes and other cebu delicacies
  • Kimberley C.
    Kimberley CJune 12, 2015
    Dried fish everywhere! Make sure you change clothes afterwards because the smell really sticks!
  • Lique D.
    Lique De LeonJune 30, 2013
    Make sure you still have time to take a bath if you'll drop by here before heading to the airport. Php440 lowest price of danggit per kilo.
  • Byron N.
    Byron NeilFebruary 9, 2014
    Go to Esther and Guller Shop, attendants are super accommodating and fun!!!
  • Erik G
    Erik GApril 15, 2013
    Visited by The Pinoy Rider. Journeying the Philippines on a motorbike
  • Bea D.
    Bea De GuzmanJune 2, 2012
    Don't come here in your nice clothes, you'll surely smell like the yummy dried fish here! ;) 
  • John P.
    John PApril 15, 2012
    This is the best and cheapest place to buy all of the yummy stuff that Cebuano's make.
  • John Michael V.
    Best place to get buwad and danggit.
  • Ronnie R.
    Ronnie RecidoroMay 19, 2010
    This is where you buy the famous danggit of Cebu. Go for the unsalted kind and deep-fry in really hot oil!
  • Tyni R.
    Tyni RazonSeptember 7, 2013
    Always browse prices... bought otap for P120 and the next stall sells it for only P100 (sayang)
  • Alexis C.
    Alexis ChuaNovember 27, 2013
    Shop for dried fish before taking your morning bath because the smell will stick to you!
  • Kareen T.
    Kareen TarimanApril 19, 2011
    If you're looking for a souvenir from Cebu go to Tabo-an. Dried fish, dried mangoes, rosquillos, barquillos, otap, etc are sold cheaper here.
  • Jom S.
    Jom SamsonOctober 6, 2013
    Make this the last stop of your tour, unless you want to roam around the city smelling like dried fish.
  • Katereen N.
    Katereen NitollamaNovember 19, 2013
    do not leave cebu without buying a dried fish name Danggit and Pusit.
  • Red 🎯 @.
    They accept Mastercard/Visa/Amex. Spell sozy!
  • Chris E.
    Chris EdenSeptember 28, 2013
    Ask for discount. And fishy smell stays on clothes.
  • iamshyeee
    iamshyeeeMay 18, 2012
    They have the best tasting dried fish in the country.. DANGGIT that is! :)
  • Niko S.
    Niko SumayaNovember 17, 2013
    best place to buy pasalubong
  • MsKasey G.
    MsKasey GJuly 20, 2013
    Get ready to run to your tubs after going here. The smell sticks!
  • Councilor Boggs R.
    Councilor Boggs ReyesApril 30, 2012
    You need to get a shower after going thru here. Phew! Pasalubong galore.
  • Daisy C.
    Daisy CincoMay 17, 2013
    Visit Amadora's Dried Fish Stall for the crispiest danggit.
  • Elmer S.
    Elmer ShoxSeptember 30, 2013
    Been here 10+ times
    When buying bulk orders ask for freebies. Mixed dried fish
  • Gio C.
    Gio CentenoDecember 1, 2010
    There are tons of pasalubong you can purchase aside from dried fishes
  • Mark Dale N.
    Mark Dale NieverasJanuary 17, 2012
    After shooping for dried fish, You better go back to your Hostel/Hotel because the smell sticks on your clothes
  • Jan Chester L.
    Jan Chester LemaJune 29, 2013
    Cheapest dried fish in Cebu.
  • Adrienne O.
    Adrienne OliveJanuary 14, 2014
    They have free taste. lolü
  • June D.
    June DexterApril 19, 2014
    Dont forget to bring your extra shirt.
  • App L.
    App LeMay 17, 2011
    Been here 5+ times
    If your a wise dried fish buyer, this is the right place go
  • Kats A.
    Kats AguasMarch 13, 2014
    Stay in the car if you don't want to smell like dried fish.
  • Bianca E.
    Bianca EvangelistaNovember 29, 2014
    Not ideal for people with a heightened sense of smell.
  • Nikka H.
    Nikka HaroNovember 25, 2010
    After buying the delicious danggit! You'll need an intense shower. Haha!
  • Benche T.
    Benche TanJuly 22
    Buying dried products?
  • Lanie Joyce N.
    Lanie Joyce NiñalApril 23, 2014
    Been here 5+ times
    Dried fish
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