Exciting seafood additions and the team behind it all Parilya, the seaside dining destination in the South.
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What’s New in PARILYA?
The seaside dining destination in the South, introduces new dishes for customers to enjoy. Here are some of them:
Parilya Surf and Turf
The Parilya Surf and Turf is an all-in-one platter of ribs, baked shrimps, and baby squid calamari.
Aligue Fried Rice
For crab fat lovers, the new Aligue Fried Rice is sure to please.
Clam & Mussel Bake
Another addition is the Clam & Mussel Bake, fresh Halaan and Tahong oven-cooked with a flavorful broth.
Bouncing Back After SuperTyphoon Odette
Parilya’s unique offer as the first to give diners an unabriged view of the Mactan Channel, made it one of the distinguishable food landmark in Cebu, Philippines. SuperTyphoon Odette might have washed out the old look, but the challenge brought new opportunities to revitalize the soul of its unique affinity to the seas bounty offers.
Here are some of the new view to expect when in Parilya:
Laguna Group Management and Parilya’s Operations
Parilya’s idyllic location lends a casual and relaxed ambience for diners. When dining outdoors, guests can catch beautiful sunsets and glimpse the breathtaking views of the Mactan Channel, the newly opened CCLEX, and Il Corso’s very own lighthouse. Families and groups can dine on Parilya’s wide selection of seafood, grilled meats, and Cebuano dishes with wide indoor and outdoor spaces.
PARILYA: Seaside Dining Destination of the South, is one of the restaurants under the Laguna Group. At the helm of operations is John Paul Urbina, youngest of the brood of company founder Julita Urbina. Also leading the team is Chef Katrina Joy “Kay” Viado, a graduate of the International School for Culinary Arts and Hotel Management (ISCAHM) and trained with the Sonnenalp Hotel and Resort in Vail, Colorado USA.
This year also marks a new beginning for Laguna Group as Julita Urbina officially appoints the group’s new Chief Executive Officer, Jill Viado. Both Jill and Chef Kay, a mother and daughter duo, are the eldest of the Urbina’s 2nd and 3rd generations respectively.