Monday, August 31, 2015

Luwag Native Seafood Grill: Bonding over Sumptuous Feast

Pinoys love food and eating together is one way to bond may it be on special occasions or not as long as there is an excuse for celebrate. 

And as much as Pinoys embraced a wide range of dishes, local or international dishes, nothing beats Pinoy's love for local cuisine. No wonder why the newly opened Luwag Native Seafood Grill Restaurant have these Pinoy dishes with their menu and with added twist, it surely is a good reason to bond over with family and/or friends.

Luwag Native Seafood Grill Restaurant, which had a soft opening last June 28, 2015, is a collaboration between Chef Romel Pia and Leonhardt Cabahug. Chef Romel developed his passion for cooking from his Lola Pascuala while Leonhardt whose a now a successful businessman is VGood Malunggay Juice's top honcho. Because both have passion and interest in food industry, a concept born out of their creations while keeping up the tradition of being a Filipino thus, Luwag Native Seafood Grill was realized.
Luwag is a wooden ladle made from a coconut shell and bamboo commonly used in provinces. From the name, this restaurant offers a variety of local dishes. Moreover, being a true-blooded Cebuano, owners assures its guests of a trip down memory lane where Visayans can reminisce the good old days from the comfortable place to their sumptuous food. 
I personally remember fiesta :) Why?
From the looks of their mouth-watering dishes, you will surely be tempted to visit their place and eat.
Salads:
Ensaladang Ampalaya (@P69)
Appetizers:
Lechon Sisig (@P169)
Spicy Chicken Wings (@P129)
Sinuglaw (@P228)
Seafood Courses:
Gitono-ang Lambay (@P168)
Shrimp with Garlic (@P219)
Rice:
Seafood Rice (@138)
Pork Courses:
Binago-ongang Baboy (@P198)
Crispy Pata (@P398)
Noodles:
Pancit Guisado (@P179)
Soup:
Kinason sa Butong (@P139)
Desserts:
Budbod Ala Mode (@P98)
Otap Mango Float (@P98)
Drinks for health conscious guests:
Cucumber Lime Cooler (@P58)
Lemon Grass Cooler (@P98)
Luwag is located at ground floor of Gaisano Mactan Island Mall 2, Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu with an area of 60 square meters than can accommodate 70 persons. Contact them at 0916-601-1995 or 0925-505-5894.
Luwag as displayed in the restaurant's chandeliers is a magical wand in disguise used by our moms to serve us good food and suddenly this Luwag turned itself into a place to answer your cravings. If you like what you just read please click to send a quick vote for me on Top Mommy Blogs- The best mommy blog directory featuring top mom bloggers

10 comments:

  1. Nowadays, people are looking for a unique and delicious twist to local food faves. Even dishes need innovations!

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  2. You made me hungry at 2 in the morning! Haha (: Price is not bad! Wish I can visit Cebu someday.

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  3. Uy, I've never seen chicken wings served on banana leaf. Not the usual presentation you'd see for this kind of dish! Haha! Too bad I can't try the restaurant. Maybe when I vacation there! : )

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  4. Lechon sisig and sinuglaw - - wow!! Nothing beats Filipino (and Bisaya) food for me!

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  5. Take me to Cebu! :) Drooling over Lechon Sisig and Sinuglaw :)

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  6. Oh these are all my favorite food! No wonder it's in Cebu diay. He he.. Will check this out when I go back there. :)

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  7. The Mango Otap dessert looks interesting :D

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  8. Nothing beats Filipino food for me, these look yummy!

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  9. I hurriedly check where this restaurant is kaso Cebu pala. Hehehe. I'll add this in our itinerary when we go to Cebu :)

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  10. I love the seafood courses! It makes me want to cook buttered shrimp tonight! =)

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