6.01.2009

A-One tinola ug sinugba

Eating with hands has always been synonymous to the Filipino. Who needs cutlery anyway when grilled food is best eaten with hands? Finger-lickin' good as what KFC slogan says, seafood from the tropical Philippine waters should be enjoyed warm, with a dipping sauce made of vinegar and soy sauce mixture. Sprinkled with a generous amount of chopped onions and red hot chili for that added zest.

A-One tinola ug sinugba

Tucked in one small spot across SM Cebu is one of Cebu's best kept secret. A-One Tinola ug Sinugba offers the simplest dishes from sea. Tinola (a fish broth) or sinugba (grilled seafood or pork) might just be a few of the options here but it's what keeps everyone coming.

A-One tinola ug sinugba

Panga in its most delectable state. At Php250, it's good enough for three people to enjoy. A bowl or two of hot broth is free.

A-One tinola ug sinugba

As always, the aftermath washed down with ice-cold soda. Burp burp.

4 comments:

ianmark said...

gutom ko da!

Gibb said...

salamat yanz!

ianmark said...

nice nice...

baktin said...

aside from the affordable price, there's something in A-One's simple dishes that makes me come back everytime.

makagutom na post da. :)