November 25, 2009

Hukad.


Hukad's Crispy Pata, one of their bestsellers.


I was in Cebu recently and had lunch with the girls at Hukad. I chose the place because I'd been craving for their baked scallops, which sadly wasn't available at that time.

Luckily, there was crispy pata, another favorite. It was good. And the seafood soup, too. They do serve really tasty food, but I don't know why I wasn't very happy with the rest of the food we ordered that day. Good thing I was in good company and that certainly made up for the food.

Hukad is known for its delicious filipino food and serves unlimited rice. Their branch at The Terraces, Ayala is nicely decorated. The restaurant is always full, so go there early. Otherwise, you'd be waiting outside the resto for 15-30 minutes before you could be seated.

The food in Hukad is generally good and is sensibly priced. The thing I don't like about them though is that their service is really bad. The waiters aren't so friendly, the food and the bill takes forever to arrive. If they could improve on this area, then Hukad would be such a nice place to go to, to have some awesome pinoy food.

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Hukad
The Terraces
Ayala Center, Cebu

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3 comments:

  1. I agree.. Every time I eat there, it feels like they're always in a hurry to serve the next customer. The place gets very noisy especially during dinner time. You can't talk when you dine there.

    I enjoyed kangkong and the calamares. Didn't understand the chicken dish - I tasted few pieces of chicken. The sinigang na hipon was good.

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  2. They should, I think, improve on their customer service. Sayang, because they have such good food, but the service sucks.

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  3. i think their sister restaurant is golden cowrie. i love their food, and yes especially the crispy pata. :D

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