CharcoalBoy, famous to be serving both grilled and oysters that originated from Ilo-Ilo is a restaurant with their well-known Ilonggo Taste. They finally reached Cebu in 2017 and since then, CharcoalBoy became widely known for their oyster craze in the city. Recently, CharcoalBoy opens its Escario Branch in M2 Building.
CHARCOAL BOY IS REASONABLY PRICED
CharcoalBoy gives you the luxury of oyster extravagance without emptying one’s pocket. The price ranges from P92 – P380 for every meal.
They are also serving combo meals, could be a choice of a grilled chicken pecho, grilled chicken paa, grilled bangus, pork sisig, grilled belly bbq, and lechon kawali – all comes with unlimited rice and an iced tea, add few pesos and you can have oysters on the side.
Charcoal Boy defies the perception that delectable food comes with a higher price tag, fortunately, with just over a hundred pesos, you can enjoy the exact quality or even more compared with other upscale restos in town. Never miss out our baked oysters with cheese and garlic, they taste much better as the other oysters somewhere with a higher price.
THEY HAVE MORE VARIETIES OF OYSTERS AND THEY SERVE OTHER MEALS TOO
CharcoalBoy oyster comes in many varieties to choose from, aside from our bestseller baked oyster with cheese and garlic, we also have baked hot chili oysters (ohh so spicy), Baked Rockefeller oysters (with spinach), crispy fried oysters and the steamed ones.
CharcoalBoy is your best alternative from fast food, with just the same value for the money, you are served with real food in time.
ACCESSIBLE AND CONVENIENT
You wouldn’t need the help of Waze to or walk from one corner to another to just to get there because Charcoal Boy is very accessible and convenient.
There are 4 accessible and convenient Charcoal Boy locations in Cebu right now:
(1) the main restaurant in Mahogany Place, Mabolo, Cebu City;
(2) Alfresco Mactan Newtown in Lapulapu City;
(3) Parkmall, Mandaue City;
(4) and the newly opened Charcoal Boy in M2 Building, Escario St., Cebu City
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