Saturday, March 16, 2013

Kuya J Restaurant Cebu


Kuya J recently announced their soft re-launch after they moved from their previous location in  0394 Orchid St. Capitol Site, Cebu City. They moved to a more spacious and convenient place in Tojong St. Corner Escario St. Lahug, Cebu City. The moment we reached the location on a regular hot lunch-time afternoon, I noticed an ample parking area and that added an edge to their restaurant. Though there are a lot of people in the place when we arrive, the patio outside is not that bad, adding a good ambiance to enjoy Filipino Food, though we decided still to go inside the moment a table was available for us. 


Kuya J restaurant

When you are in search for a new place to dine in Cebu and you want an authentic Filipino or shall we say Cebuano taste, Kuya J is a must try. The service was great, you will have a dedicated attendant that sure knows their job in giving tips on what to order. We were actually told that the baked scallops are to die for, and yes, I wasn't even able to get a good capture since everyone consumed the scallops the moment it reached our table. 
Best seller in Kuya J restaurant, and the only photo I got.


The wait time is not that bad, your attendant keeps you updated with your order. The serving, what I just noticed was not that generous since I guess the price was also reasonable, so we just ended up adding our orders instead.  



The Interior.
The patio.
Kuya J is focused on soups and grills and when it comes to drinks they have the usual juice and shake options.




Pancit

Calamansi Shake
Mango shake
Spicy pork sisig
Fried Seafood Platter with fried sweet potato.

Lechon kawali

Bagoong rice



18 comments:

  1. I think I saw Kuya J restaurant somewhere but not in this location I just can't remember. Anyway, Filipino food, right? Looks nice. :)

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  2. The baked scallops looks delicious! I've been wanting to try them for so long..

    and bagoong rice really tastes good! :D

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  3. Picture palang masarap na I think these foods are really good, so diet pass muna if I will happen to pass by and eat here.

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    1. wow diet.. hehehe.. hindi uso sa akin yan sir... hehe

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  4. I love Filipino food and I will certainly try this when I get the chance. =)

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  5. Went to Cebu during before Sinulog and wasn't able to try this place, the spicy pork sisig got my attention, how are the prices? (range) got to discover a lot of really affordable eats at Cebu, awesome

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    1. prices are average... I guess bec. the servings are not generous.

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  6. omg i miss eating pancit n din!! Love the idea of calamansi shake! new to my ears!!

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  7. the place is spacious indeed, with plenty of room to move about. taking note of this information so I'd have a list of restaurant to visit when dining in Cebu. Wondering about the pricing though...

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    1. Wa diay ka lamii ato Rome? Hehe.. the best ang scallops!

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  9. The scallops look interesting and I have to say that they have a variety of Filipino food to choose from. I miss pancit!

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  10. Nice place. I hope to be able to visit cebu once again.

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  11. I've never been to Cebu (though I'm half-Cebuana) but I would love to try Kuya J's just in case I visit my father's hometown! :)

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  12. That scallops is to die for! I wish I'll have time to visit Cebu this year and try this food establishment :)

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    1. yep... delicious to the bones.. aw.. to the shell.. :D

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  13. I love the food! Hope I visit there

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