Pungko ta poy!
The restaurant name is derived from “pungko”, to squat, and “ta” from “kita” or us, “Poy”, is the nickname of the owner’s brother and used in place of “bai”.
Our restaurant specializes in street food that Cebuanos love, and offers the first Chili Garlic Ginabot.
Street food off the street
Our menu extends far beyond traditional Cebuano food and customary pungko-pungko and carenderia fare.
Dishes are infused with creativity and style through presentation. Wooden plates, coconut cups, golden cutleries are matched with the menu to create an enhanced street food experience.