Feast of Sooo Pinoy Dishes in EY’s Tuna

August 6, 2012 3 Comments »

EY’s Tuna started as EY’s Fried Chicken in Tagum and now serves Pinoy na Pinoy seafood dishes and more in Davao, with branches in Buhangin and in Obrero. EY stands for Eloisa Yee, the name of the establishment’s owner.

Sooo Pinoy food tour participants were treated to a feast of EY’s best dishes. Check what we had below. (Note: Photos below may not represent one serving/order. DOS means Depends On Size.)

Appetizers and Fruits in EYs Tuna (Crispy crablets P120 per order, Kinilaw P110 per order)

Grilled Panga in EYs Tuna (DOS)

Grilled Fish in EYs Tuna (DOS)

The price of your food order depends on the size of the seafood you chose from their display (thus DOS or Depends On Size).

Seafood display with prices at EYs Tuna

Aside from seafood, EY’s Tuna also serves chicken and vegetable dishes. They do not serve pork.

Chicken ala mode (with white chocolates!) in EYs Tuna

EYs Fried Chicken (P150 per order)

EY’s Tuna is open from 9:00 AM to 10:00 PM daily. It also offers delivery services.

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EY’s Tuna – Buhangin Branch
Km. 5, Buhangin, Davao City
Phone: (082) 305-0727
Mobile: 0942-7894916

EY’s Tuna – Obrero Branch
49 Lacson St., Barrio Obrero, Davao City
Phone: (082) 300-5154
Mobile: 0932-3338792

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3 Comments

  1. ann_85 August 6, 2012 at 9:34 am - Reply

    Mukhang sunog yung grilled na fish. :(

  2. sweet mische August 6, 2012 at 6:21 pm - Reply

    We went here when we were in Davao last month. We were not able to try the chicken with chocolate though. We didn’t notice it on the menu.

  3. chinkygirlmel August 7, 2012 at 8:39 pm - Reply

    Oh wow, everything looks so yummy. I’ve passed by this place a few times, but I’ve never actually been to it yet. After seeing these photos, I think I will definitely need to check out all this yumminess over the weekend!

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