Thursday, March 01, 2012

Cotabato : Sariling Atin, the Roadside Restaurant with crunchy deep fried hito (catfish)

Sometimes as traveler, we are hesitant to eat in a restaurant that we've never been in  our entire life or it is our first time to dine in. In gauging a restaurant whether it is clean or not, we might start to glance at their ambiance first then their kitchen where food is being prepared.

In our case, with my colleagues in this part of my Cotabato Travel Chronicles, we first visited the rest room in order to have a glance at their kitchen area. 

"Sariling Atin" Restaurant in Amas, Kidapawan City somehow have passed our taste test on cleanliness. Opps, we are not from any agencies that were tasked to assess its surroundings of this restaurant if its clean or not, but we're just here to eat and taste their crispy deep fried cultured "hito" (catfish). You have to pick your choice in the aquarium before cooking them on the grill or frying pan. 

Below are the photos of our lunch and paid around P550 pesos with 2 extra rice on top of the first 4 orders.
Crispy Deep Fried Hito (Catfish) fresh from the aquarium


P550 pesos ($11) for a lunch of three (3) persons is enough to clinch our growling tummies.
For more details and advance order while in transit to Amas, Kidapawan City, below are their complete contact information.
If asked to dine again with this place once I get back,  definitely I will.

You might like also the previous stops to have a glance of other places:

[This is my 7th STOP of My Cotabato Travel Chronicles] 
You might like the other STOPS of My Cotabato Travel Chronicles
2nd Stop : Cotabato : Cross-roads and Intersection

1 Con Tour Passers by:

  1. Ive never eaten here ever since, I always pass this when I go for duty at the provincial hospital. Interesting!


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