Sunday, December 8, 2019

Unlimited Seafood at Isla Sugbu Seafood City

There is something about the word “unlimited” that gets people hooked – unlimited texts, calls, and surfing, among so many other offers. Regardless of what unlimited item it is, it automatically equates to limitless happiness.

And now, Cebu’s best seafood restaurant, Isla Sugbu Seafood City, gives customers a taste of unlimited delight with its Unlimited Seafood offering that lets diners satisfy their seafood cravings to the fullest! Choose from its wide array of fresh and live seafood, and have it cooked to your liking – fried, steamed, grilled, pan-seared, broiled, poached, or any type of cooking method to get your seafood fix as cooking options are limitless! Premium items such as lobster, mudcrab, live suahe, sea mantis, and grouper are not included in the Unlimited Seafood package.

The best part is customers can repeat the whole process until they are completely satisfied. It doesn't matter if it’s fish, shrimp, squid, crabs, or oysters, because the endless menu options will surely cater to everyone’s appetite!

Want to spend some quality time with family and friends? Head over to Isla Sugbu Seafood City and savor their mouthwatering Unlimited Seafood must-tries like Sinigang na Salmon, Black Pepper Crab, Stir Fry Scallops, Salt and Pepper Calamari, and Salted Egg Shrimps. Enjoy these delicious dishes and more for only P888 per head (lunch and dinner) at the Venice Grand Canal in McKinley Hills, Taguig, and P797 per head (lunch) and P848 (dinner) at the Cebu branch. Prices are exclusive of 3% service charge.

Combining a fresh ambiance, excellent customer service, and great food prepared with the freshest ingredients, Isla Sugbu Seafood City is ready to offer a dining experience like no other.

To know more, visit their website at or follow them on Facebook and Instagram at @islasugbuseafoodcity.

Isla Sugbu Seafood City is operated and managed by Kuya J Group, which also owns concept stores Tsay Cheng Chinese Cuisine, Majestic Restaurant, and the heritage Grand Convention Center of Cebu. Recently, the group has agreed to locally develop and grow one of the most popular fast-food chains in the United States, Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen.

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