A day before flying to Manila, my brood treated me to a farewell lunch.The seafood restaurant where we ate was made of bamboo and nipa(palm leaves). It is a small unassuming affair nestled by the river. Its is called Joy-Joy's.A foodie's JOY indeed!
See for yourself .
The to -die-for Menu consisting of the freshest,shrimps, steamed oysters and and seaweed salad w/strips of green mangoes
Steamed Talaba(oysters)on the shell
Fresh Gulaman(seaweed) salad generously drizzled with native palm vinegar and garnished with sliced tomatoes, onions and strips of drool- inducing green mango.
Charcoal grilled Managat(Red Snapper). A very popular fare for sea food junkies.
Fish Sinigang whose piquant sourness whets the appetite and turns on the sweat glands.Nice cure for hangover. Believe me.
Steamed shrimps that shuts out the word uric acid in your vocabulary.
Crabs galore ooozing with. . . . . .
Sinamak-The mother of all vinegars. You can't just eat your seafood without this.
There were about 10 of us in the group and had a double order of each dish. Guess how much we spent for the delicious feast? P1,500 or less than $50. Unbelievable?.Only in Iloilo.
If you happen to go to Iloilo and want to eat in this place, email me. I'll be happy to show the way. Basta treat mo.