If you ever find yourself in Camotes Island, Cebu, make sure to stop by Pito’s Sutokil in Santiago Bay. They’ve got a killer menu at a price that won’t dent your budget. That and their Tuna Sashimi is to die for and worth the trip to their place alone.
Speaking of which, this dish you see below is priced at only 100 pesos for 300 grams of seafood awesomeness. Compare that to what you get at the usual Japanese restaurants in the metro (Yes, I’m looking at you Tokyo Tokyo.) which prices you at around 69 pesos or more for a very meager and ordinary serving of Sashimi. Definitely way lesser than what you can get here at Pito’s Sutokil.
By the way, Pito’s is the name of the owner’s husband while Sutokil is an Cebuano acronym for Sugba (grilled/inihaw), Towa (soup/sabaw) and Kilaw (seviche). More food and vacations shots coming soon.
Equipment used: Nikon D3100 + Nikkor 35mm f1.8G AF-S + Nikon SB-900 Speedlight