Proudly Cebuano Choobi Choobi serves the freshest catch

Get ₱300 off at Choobi Choobi Panay Avenue

Choobi Choobi is a seafood restaurant originating from Cebu. They’re known for serving affordable shrimp dishes, and are especially loved for their Shrimp in a Bag and their signature Stan’s Fried Black Pepper Shrimp, named after the owner.

Fun Fact: The shrimps are raised and harvested from Stan's own farm in Cebu. Talk about fresh!

The growing, family-oriented chain of restaurants puts the focus on casual, fun dining. The name Choobi Choobi is derived from a Fookien word which means “to enjoy.” 

So far, they’ve opened three locations in Metro Manila: Marikina, Pasig, and last (but not the least), the branch along Panay Avenue. Choobi Choobi’s interiors are warm and welcoming thanks to its liberal use of wood and their red and gray color scheme.

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Whether you’re Tagalog or Visayan, there’s bound to be something for everyone. They are determined to make their diners feel at home which is why, apart from serving fresh and affordable seafood, they also offer classic Pinoy comfort dishes like bulalo (Really Beefy Soup), crispy pata (Choobi Pata) and boneless bangus.

Really Beefy Soup

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Big Fat Japanese Oysters

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Patrick Star Baked Scallops

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Pompano Steamed in Soy Sauce

Many regard Pompano as “The King of Fish.” Choobi Choobi can prepare it for you in four different ways, but Steamed in Soy Sauce is definitely the crowd favorite.

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Choobi Choobi has a lot to be proud of. They have a varied menu and remarkably warm service, but the fact that they grow and harvest their own shrimp is undoubtedly what puts them a cut above the rest.

Here are just some of the many delicious shrimp dishes you can enjoy:

Choobi Bay Shrimp Boil

Succulent shrimps tossed in their special pepper sauce and spice. Customize your bag by adjusting the level of spice or adding items like Hungarian sausage, Chorizo de Cebu, Chilean mussels, and sweet corn.

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Stan’s Fried Black Pepper Shrimp

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Salt and Pepper Shrimp Garlic Overload

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Udang Lada Hitam

Singaporean style shrimp in black pepper sauce

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Choobi Choobi’s tag line “Lingaw lingaw Kaon!” was a favorite catchphrase of the owner’s great great grandfather who would often say it at the end of a great meal.

The expression roughly translates to “enjoy eating!” — which you surely will at Choobi Choobi.

When you book a table with Booky, not only will you enjoy ₱300 off your bill, you will also get a free dessert on us. The catch? You have to answer our quick feedback form first! Show it to the staff at the end of your meal and enjoy your sweet treat.

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102 Panay Ave, South Triangle, Quezon City
(02) 372-2654

That’s not all! For every ₱2000 single receipt purchase, Choobi Choobi will be giving out their 2019 Calendar with exclusive coupons inside.

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