You will clearly see that this is a no-frills restaurant. No airconditioning, mono-bloc chairs, no uniformed waiters serving you. Its all self-service.
Each person gets a small saucer with sliced tomatoes. You can add soy sauce, vinegar, calamansi and chili depending on your favorite combination for your dipping sauce. For me, grilled food has always have to have a dipping sauce. There is also a small serving of papaya atchara or shredded pickled papaya which was a nice addition to the meal.
Total cost for all that? PhP 200. Not bad at all! the husband and I did not even order another serving of rice so that we could finish the fish yet we were so full after finishing off everything including the atchara and the soup. And to think we were planning of having halo-halo for dessert! There was no room left after eating that fish.
We will definitely go back there again although not with the kids though. It would be hard to chase them around in a crowded restaurant. But if you are thinking of experiencing an honest to goodness sutukil restaurant here in Cebu, this place is definitely worth the try.
Cebu North Reclamation Area
Across SM City Cebu
Near Razon's Halo Halo