“SuTuKil,” a shortened term coined from the Cebuano words “sugba” (to grill), “tula” (stew/simmering in broth) and “kilaw” (to eat raw), is a must-try specialty cuisine in Cebu. And when in Metro Cebu , Isla Sugbu Seafood City is the best place to experience the conventional style of cooking deeply rooted from the Visayan culture that is Sutukil.
Isla Sugbu Seafood City promises only the freshest seafood is served in every dish. And putting the Sutukil experience a notch higher, Isla Sugba Seafood City features a wide array of fresh and live seafood to choose from, some of which are exclusively available only at Seafood City. Plus, the wharf-like ambiance makes it even a more perfect place to experience Sutukil.
Set meals good for four will surely save you some bucks! Each Sutukil Package includes one Sugba dish, 1 Tula Dish and 1 Kinilaw Dish served with free appetizer, dish of the day and rice platter for only Php1,600 nett.
So what are you waiting for, revel in a delicious burst of authentic seafood flavor in every bite only at Isla Sugbu Seafood City!
Isla Sugbu Seafood City is located along Archbishop Reyes Avenue Cebu City. For inquiries and reservations, call (032) 231 9815.
And if you missed the buzz earlier this month, Jericho Rosales and Mylene Dizon had a cook-off at Isla Sugbu Seafood City and prepared a three course meal composing of one sugba dish, one tula dish and one kilaw dish for 150 guests. Mylene Dizon wowed the guests with her Sutukil set and got a grant for her chosen charity.