You don't need a silver fork to eat good food – Paul Prudhomme
Paul Prudhomme couldn’t have said it better, and aside from not needing silverware, you can also get to eat good food in places you least expect. One of the places you can visit for good food at reasonable prices is is the Duko Duko Eatery – Pochero & Native Chicken.
The Duko Duko Eatery – Pochero & Native Chicken is a hole-in-the-wall restaurant located barangay Macaas in the municipality of Catmon. The popularity of the place was mainly due to word of mouth. It is a good place to stop for a quick food fix when you are traveling to the north of Cebu.
If you’re coming from the city going north, the place is on the left side of the road. It is not easy to miss the place since you will see a good number of cars parked outside. This is especially true during lunchtime. That’s how popular the place is. In fact, some nearby resorts recommend the restaurant to guests looking for a good place to eat.
As the name suggests, the place is known for its pochero and native chicken or manok bisaya. The pochero offered at the restaurant can rival the pochero offered in a popular restaurant in the Cebu City. Their native chicken, which is deep-fried, is as good as their pochero. Aside from these best-sellers, the restaurant also offers a number of Cebuano favorites, including dinuguan, lechon kawali, and balbacua.
Since the place is quite popular, it is advisable to drop by the place just before the lunch rush starts. This is particularly true during weekends when people would make the trip just to have a bite to eat. Prices are quite reasonable, especially when you get to taste their dishes. Duko Duko Eatery – Pochero & Native Chicken is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
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