Cebu is considered to be the center of trade and industry in the Visayas area since it is right smack in the middle of the archipelago. It is also home to the Pasil Fish Port, which is the main drop-off point of seafood in the Cebu. Due to this, Cebu has a good share of restaurants offering seafood dishes. One of these restaurants is Parr't EBelle.
Parr't EBelle is one of the more famous Su-Tu-Kil restaurants in the city. It is located just a stone’s throw away from SM City Cebu. For first-time Cebu visitors, Su-Tu-Kil is the method of cooking seafood: Sugba or to grill over charcoal, Tuwa or to boil in a soup and Kilaw or to soak the seafood in vinegar. The restaurant has a loyal following among locals and tourists and it has become one of the go-to-places for people wanting to have their fill of seafood at a reasonable price.
Since the place typically becomes crowded at lunchtime, it is advisable to go to the place just before the lunch rush or at around 11:00 AM. Aside from the al fresco area where one can dine outside, the restaurant also has an air conditioned area for diners who are not quite accustomed to the climate of the country. But, it should be noted that dining in the air conditioned area also comes with an add-on fee on the food you order.
The Parr't EBelle Seafood Restaurant has a suitable variety of seafood offering, including Blue Marlin and Cuttlefish, among others. For those who are not quite into seafood, they also have chicken and pork on their menu. For people who want to bring a vehicle to the restaurant, they can park at SM City Cebu and simply walk over to the restaurant. If you come early, you may be able to park along the street in front of the restaurant.
Parr't EBelle is one of the places seafood lovers should visit if they ever find themselves in the Queen City of the South. It is a great place to enjoy SuTuKil dishes at an affordable price. When was the last time you dropped by at Parr't EBelle? Tell us about it on the comments section below.
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