Just like the tawilis, maliputo is a fish that is harvested from Taal Lake. The maliputo is seasonal, however, so if you see it on a menu at a restaurant in Tagaytay, you may want to check for availability first.
On rainy nights (or cold summer nights), you might want to try it sinigang-style: a sour broth with lots of fresh veggies. You can have some over at Mer-Ben in Tagaytay City.
If you need to get in touch with the people over at Mer-Ben:
Mer-Ben Tapsilogan sa Tagaytay
Aguinaldo Highway, Crossing Mendez, Tagaytay City
(+63 46) 483 0768
(+63 997) 162.0179, (+63 919) 341-4028
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