Enjoy Delicious Ilonggo Food At Home With Marina Seafood’s Ready-To-Heat Food Packs

February 22, 2022

Sharing my review of Marina Seafood Restaurant, one of the most highly recommended places for authentic Ilonggo food.

I’ve always associated Marina Seafood Restaurant with delicious and authentic Ilonggo cuisine. If you are in Metro Manila and you want to enjoy the flavors of Iloilo, then Marina Seafood Restaurant is the place to go. Not only that, it also offers other Filipino favorites that we are all familiar with.

Marina Seafood Restaurant Review

Enjoy Delicious Ilonggo Food At Home With Marina Seafood’s Ready-To-Heat Food Packs


    I’ve tried eating at Marina Seafood Restaurant in SM MOA Pasay when I was still working in the vicinity years ago. I loved how fresh the seafood was like the grilled tuna belly and grilled squid. There are also meat dishes like pork barbecue and sisig, which were both equally flavorful. The price is also reasonable because one item can be split by up to three people.

    Marina Seafood’s convenient food packs


    In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Marina Seafood has come up with a way for Filipinos to enjoy their food which is to offer some of their signature items in frozen ready-to-heat and eat food packs.

    Marina Seafood's ready-to-heat KBL (kadyos, baboy. langka)

    Currently, consumers can buy KBL (kadyos, baboy, langka), tuna sisig, balbacua, beef caldereta (bakareta), dinuguan, Ilonggo kare-kare, and seafood stew.

    I was able to try the KBL and I like that the container is of a good size. Three to four people can share in this soup. It’s microwavable but I prefer to thaw the frozen soup at room temperature and then heat it over the stove.

    To be honest, I’ve only heard about KBL on TV so I didn’t quite know what to expect. In fact, I thought it looked like sinigang but it’s more like nilaga and bulalo. It had generous amounts of pork shanks, langka (jackfruit), and kadyos (pigeon peas).

    A bowl of Marina Seafood KBL
    KBL

    The broth of KBL is really rich and flavorful with a slight hint of sourness. I’m not really sure if the tartness is from the young jackfruit, the pigeon peas, or another souring agent but it’s really good. KBL is not like sinigang, which is a hot and sour soup. It’s a little closer to Bulalo but you can tell that KBL has its own character. The addition of pigeon peas gave this soup texture and color variety.

    Marina Seafood’s ready-to-heat and eat food packs are available in the frozen food section of SM Supermarkets. You can also have it delivered via FoodPanda, GrabFood, Dingdong, Pickaroo, Metromart, and Riderko.

    Trying Marina Seafood's KBL

    Aside from ready-to-heat products, Marina Seafood also offers bottled condiments like Sinamak, Atchara, Guinamos, Spicy Vinegar, and Marinamit Sauce.

    Marina Seafood Restaurant’s branches and food delivery services


    Marina Seafood Restaurant has branches in the following locations;

    Mother Ignacia

    Quezon City

    SM North

    Quezon City

    Eton Centris

    Quezon City,

    Araneta City

    Quezon City

    Metrowalk

    Ortigas Center

    Market! Market!

    BGC, Taguig City

    SM MOA

    Pasay City

    Marina Seafood's Sinamak
    Marina Seafood's Sinamak

    You can also have your favorite food conveniently delivered to your home. Just call 0933 8647874 (Southern Metro Manila), 0933 8647875 (Northern Metro Manila), 0933 8647876 (Central Metro Manila). You can also order from Facebook, Instagram, Viber, FoodPanda, GLife, MetroMart, and GrabFood. Payment options are through BDO bank transfer and GCash.

    Epilogue


    If you are craving delicious Ilonggo cuisine as well as other familiar Filipino flavors, then you should order food at Marina Seafood Restaurant. It offers food delivery around Metro Manila as well as convenient ready-to-heat and eat food packs that are available in SM Supermarkets.

    Have you tried Marina Seafood Restaurant yet? How about Ilonggo food? Share them in the comment section below.

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    3 comments

    1. Joaquin Eli Bacod22 February 2022 at 02:41

      Wow must try nitong mga ilonggo food , tlgang masasarap , very convenient pa ito dahil ready to heat na 😍❤️

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    2. Thank you for sharing po about sa Marina Seafood Restaurant Must Try po lalo na looks delicious din po ng menu nila and mas convenient pa kasi pwede via delivery 😍.

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    3. Thank you for sharing po about sa Marina Seafood Restaurant Must Try po lalo na looks delicious din po ng menu nila and mas convenient pa kasi pwede via delivery 😍.

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