“Pixies Sinugba, Ang Inihaw na walang kaliskis” We had our first Sinugba last week from Pixie’s to know and discover how it tastes. I usually cook Bangus wrapped in a banana leaf, stuffed with other ingredients when I’m tired of preparing the charcoal grill. We don’t have electric grill btw. True enough, the tagline uulit ka sarap will have its second, third, fourth and so on because of its unique taste. It has a secret ingredient (and is no longer a secret) lemon grass, aside from tomato and onion. Thinking about the menu for the day is sometimes hard but with Sinugba’s, I just need to place the order, wait for 10 to 15 minutes and it’s done. One Sinugba Bangus costs P198, roughly $4.5
Imagine yourself eating with hands with soy sauce, (toyo) sili and calamansi. Perfect side dish is unripe mango or inihaw na talong. Now I am craving and it’s past midnight.