Saturday, April 28, 2012

Sooo Pinoy: Manna SuTuKil

One of the things you shouldn't miss when in Cebu is SuTuKil. It is short for Sugba, Tula and Kilaw. Sugba means Grilled, Tula means simmered in tasty broth and Kilaw means drenched in vinegar.

Manna SuTuKil was our first stop. When we arrived at the place, we were welcomed by live sea creatures contained in huge aquariums; ready to be cooked and served. There were also dead ones displayed at the counter. Costumers can instruct the cook on how they want their food to be prepared.

Baked Scallops
What makes Manna SuTuKil Sooo Pinoy is that all of its food on the menu are found in the country. The ingredients of its dishes are grown in its province and most of all, it's all flavored by Philippines' leading provider of nutritious condiments and sauces, Unilever Food Solutions.
Kinilaw nga Lato
Lunch was served. We enjoyed Tinola nga Molmol (Parrot Fish), Sweet and Sour Kubing, Baked Scallops, Sinugba nga Molmol, Garlic Pasayan (Fried Garlic Shrimp), Kinilaw nga Tangigue, Kinilaw nga Lato (Seaweeds), Jumbo Crabs, Bam-e, and Kinilaw nga Guso.

Pasayan Garlic Pry
Kinilaw nga Goso
Bam-E
Kinilaw nga Tangigue
I was greatly surprised by their menu. They probably have all sorts of fishes there is in the city. They have Lamon-Lamon, Pugapo, Lapu-Lapu, Kubing, Katambak and many others. Name it and Manna SuTuKil has it! 

Sinugba nga Molmol
Kubing Sweet and Sour

I personally love the Crab Chili Sauce. Its flesh was juicy and yummy. It was flavorful too as it was cooked using its own oil.

Crab Chili Sauce

Manna SuTuKil food house is located at the Mactan Shrine, Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu. For inquiries or reservations, you may contact them at 3406448 or email at mannastk@gmail.com

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