OpenRice PH Series: Choobi Choobi – lingaw lingaw kaon

Feb 9, 2016 | food | 24 comments

 

For the second time, I was invited by OpenRice PH for another gastronomical experience with my fellow bloggers in the amid busy streets of Quezon City. Choobi Choobi is a Cebu-based restaurant that offers Filipino dishes with a twist. They are known in serving seafoods such as shrimps and mussels in a bag which all the way from their utilized farm in Cebu.

Lingaw means to entertain/enjoy and kaon is to eat. 

 
Choobi Choobi in Quezon City

In an instant, I fell in love with their modern industrialized design. The place is spacious and perfect for big groups. They also have a television on the wall to keep their guests entertained while waiting for their food to be served. I also appreciate their good lighting since I have poor eyesight lols.

 

 

 

They also have a mini bar for some who would like alcoholic beverages with 5 to 7% alcohol content.

 
Fresh Pineapple Organic Wheatgrass 130php / Mango Basil Shake 130php
 
And now for the most exciting part!

 

Shrimp in a Bag / Salted Egg Shrimp 440php

 

Presenting their best seller 1 pound of shrimp in a bag where you can choose from their 5  sauce options: butter garlic, sauteed in garlic, spicy gata, whole choobang and salted egg.  
 
Chilean Mussels in a Bag 325php
Choobi Pata 445php (medium)

 Crispy pata that is crispy on the outside but soft and juicy in the inside.

Stan’s Fried Black Pepper Shrimp 440php

 1 pound of fresh shrimps in Stan’s Special black pepper sauce.

Stuffed Grilled Squid 250php

 

Sabaw na Halaan 210php

 

Cha Tao Miao 180php

Stir fried snow pea sprouts.

 
I must say, that all of these tastes good! I love the Grilled Stuffed Squid because of its sweet-blend sauce, second is the Choobi Pata, it was indeed crunchy on the outside and soft in the inside plus its tasteful! My last favorite but not the least, of course, you will never go wrong with their Shrimp in a Bag in Salty Egg!

You will definitely taste the salty egg experience in the shrimps, you might order extra rice to satisfy your cravings.  

 
Overall, we really had a sumptuous lunch! Since they offer a wide variety of food choices, everybody is welcome to dine in. Price-wise, affordable and one meal can be shared by 2 or more people. Apart from that, their vast place is perfect for big groups like a family dinner or even parties. They also have enough parking space outside the restaurant. 
 
Choobi Choobi is located at 102 Panay Ave., Diliman Quezon City. 
 
Store Hours:
Weekdays – 11am to 11pm
Weekends – 12nn to 12pm
 
Official Website – http://choobichoobi.com/
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24 Comments

  1. Janine Ella Anongos

    Wow, I didn't know Cebu-based pala ang Choobi-Choobi. Actually, I haven't even tried dining there yet. My boyfriend is vegetarian kasi so it's quite hard to look for restaurants na gusto ko at meron syang makakain. Haha!

    xx, Janine | Wandering Ella

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  2. Mastermom Speaks

    Ang cute ng name haha! If ever I set foot at Cebu again, will first try the halaan =)

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  3. Queen Elizabeth

    Ang sarap! Nagugutom na naman ako! Are you joining next week's Its a date event of OpenRicePh? My MumsdailyPh team will be joining at Ka Tunying's Cafe, hope you'll meet them there if you're coming, too bad hindi ako kasama 🙁

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  4. Berlin Maynigo

    A new place to look forward to visiting and trying with my boys. Thanks for this.

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  5. mommymadz

    The food looks delucious.I 'd love to try their shrimps 🙂

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  6. Meikah Ybañez-Delid

    Wow, another Cebu-originated business penetrating the Metro. With a Cebuano-blood, I'm proud! Hehehe! And the food really looks good!

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  7. Patricia Cuyugan

    Homaygosh seafood in a bag! That looks so good. Drooooool!

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  8. Melisa Sanchez

    I love their Stan's Fried Black Pepper Shrimp, a little bit spicy and so delicious 🙂

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  9. Nini Perez

    You had me at "good lighting". Hahaha. I cannot eat with dim lights (not that I have poor eyesight which is true at 5.00 anyhow). Bad lighting is just unappetizing for me. 🙂

    Those food photos though! Putting this in my must-try list.

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  10. Kharla Canta

    omg i looove shrimp! and the name is too cute! will come by here when we're around the area 🙂

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  11. Louisa

    Great food shots! I love the dishes with corn.

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  12. Lanie Lluch

    Wow, my mouth is watering right now, i love your food photos!

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  13. Angel Enero

    That shrimps in a bag looks so delish! nagutom ako…

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  14. Pehpot Pineda

    That crispy pata!! nakakagutom at this hour! (almost 12 noon!)

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  15. ayeeesha

    The food looks divine. I have to check the nearest branch so I could try this out :))

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  16. D

    Nice food shots, makes me want to go there! Layo nga lang for me. Hope they have a branch near Makati lang.

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  17. Peachy Adarne

    I'm attending a Choobi Choobi event on the last day of FEB! Seeing your post made me excited..

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  18. queenofthebangs

    Parang ang sarap ng Choobi Pata and Buttered Shrimps! Nakakatakam! ☺

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  19. Mommy Donna

    oh, that drool-worthy food. yum! great photos you have here 🙂

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  20. Anna Plaida

    love to try shrimp in a bag :)looks yummy nagutom tuloy ako

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