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  • 11 July

    9:02

    Monday

  • Ultimate Sutukil Experience

    Ultimate Sutukil Experience

    One of the best ways to get a taste of a local’s culture is to sample its native specialty cuisine. That’s why last February 12, 2016, our very own Isla Sugbu Seafood City (Seafood City) invited members from the press, bloggers and guests all the way from Manila, Bacolod and Iloilo in a launch event, so they can experience Seafood City‘s freshest take on the popular Visayan method of cooking—Sutukil.

    To showcase the Seafood City way of Sutukil, celebrities Jericho Rosales and Mylene Dizon were invited to participate in a cook-off, wherein both are tasked to come up with the best Sutukil dishes in only one hour for 150 pax with the help of their partner cooks, Chef Sheena and Chef Atong, respectively. The winning team brings home P20,000 & P5

    0,000 will be given to their chosen charity. While the runner-up gets P10,000 & P20,000 to their chosen charity.

    The battle was both intense and fun, as the two celebrities went dish-to-dish until the end. But Mylene Dizon’s team managed to capture the taste buds of the guests, as they garnered more votes versus Jericho’s.

  • 11 July

    9:05

    Monday

  • Blow By Blowout

    Blow By Blowout

    Last April 10, 2016, the Grand Convention Center of Cebu gave Cebuanos a haymaker of a feast, as it prepared a grand crossover brunch buffet with a free live broadcast of the Pacquiao-Bradley III fight.

    The buffet blowout allowed guests to indulge their appetite, in as many rounds as they want, from the three outstanding in-house restaurants of GrandCon, which are Isla Sugbu Seafood City, Tsay Cheng, and Grand Majestic.

    Isla Sugbu Seafood City prides itself as the Best Seafood Restaurant in Cebu, as it brings the freshest seafood dining experience in every visit. On the other hand, Tsay Cheng restaurant is one of the finest and authentic Chinese restaurants in Cebu. No wonder the Chinese community in Cebu keeps coming back for more. And last but not the least, the Grand Majestic.