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“4 decades of chicken delight”

Tatoy's Manokan and Seafoods
Ranked #2 of 328 Restaurants in Iloilo City
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: Seafood
Dining options: After-hours, Breakfast, Reservations
Restaurant details
Dining options: After-hours, Breakfast, Reservations
Reviewed 18 January 2018 via mobile

From an oversized nipa hut by the sea to urban restaurants, Tatoy’s remain a must for Ilo Ilo visitors and residents. The famous native chicken taste has remained for 4 decades now

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Reviewed 12 January 2018 via mobile

For 8 pax we ordered:
2 gising gising - ok (recipes is better),
2 native manok - dry, yup its definitely dry and skin like meat,
2 boneless bangus - this I think is very good,
2 oysters with cream cheese - SARAP!!!
Rice is very good, soft and white.
Ambiance is ok, simple chair with long table.
Staff very courteous.
Unfortunately they dont accept credit card.
This one is Tatoys at Atria.

Thank Felix A
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Reviewed 5 January 2018

Taoy's Manokan is one of the most well-known to-go places in Iloilo City. With their Delicious Native Lechon Manok, and a lot of Seafood variety from grilled Fish to kinilaw, htey also have the Ilonggo version of Lechon baboy. If you want to go and enjoy the sun along the coast of Arevalo, you can just cross the street to their Cottages where you can have your lunch and at the same time enjoy walking along the beach or you can enjoy swimming there (i recommend not doing so).

Thank Ryan T
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Reviewed 28 November 2017 via mobile

I have tried their “Baked Oysters” and I didn’t like it. Maybe becuase of the melted cheese or butter they used. It is very creamy.

Kilawin can be serve without cocunot milk, and you just need to request it.

We tried sinigang na tanigue, nothing really special about it. It tasted plain sinigang, I think they used “batuan” for the sour taste.

They also serve, grilled seafood, chicken or pork.

Price range is very affordable.

Don’t try their pineapple juice, it’s like a joke. They should’ve serve pineapple from the can.

But overall, 4 stars.

Thank Udes D
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Reviewed 25 November 2017 via mobile

We visited this place because I was able to watch them on a feature in one of the travel channels on tv. We ordered seaweed- it was fresh, I loved it. Then the grilled fish- it was overcooked, the meat was so dry. Also we had the Chilli Prawns- the meat sticks to the skin which made it not enjoyable, im thinking it was overcooked too or something else. Service was average as well.

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