JAMS Resto Bar
One of the stops we made in GenSan was at JAMS Resto Bar. Located at Nuñez St., Purok Malakas, JAMS is the place to go if you want to sample tuna in different delectable dishes. Name it and you can be sure that they have it!
Our group feasted on Tuna Kinilaw, Tuna Bagaybay, Grilled Tuna Belly, Sauteed Tuna Innards, Sizzling Tuna Tendons, Tuna Kilawin, Tuna Kebab, and Deep Fried Tuna Buntot with Tuna Chicharon.
Images courtesy of Chattee
After the sumptuous dinner, we sang the night away at the al fresco videoke bar of JAMS Resto.
Owned and managed by Mrs. Sol Manangquil, GenSan’s queen of tuna cuisine, JAMS Resto Bar also serves premium steaks and other fine cuisines. For inquiries and reservations, you may call them at (0917) 708-1693 or (083) 553-2763.
JAMS Resto Bar invites everyone on May 9 and 10, 2009 to a night of laughter and music with Arnel Chika and Donita, stand-up comedians from comedy bars Punchline, Laffline and Metro Bar. Click here for ticket information and other details.
About the author
Lyle Santos has bachelor degrees in Psychology and Nursing. A nurse by profession, he is licensed in the State of Connecticut and in the Philippines. A recipient of the Globe Digital Tribe Award in the 2009 Philippine Blog Awards, Lyle served as the Logistics Officer of Davao Bloggers in 2010 and is currently the Chief Technology Officer of Avatar Media.
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