WHERE IN METRO MANILA: Shamcey Supsup and Lloyd Lee's Tatak Pinoy restaurant Pedro ‘n Coi

It's been a tiring day. After our Practical Accounting 2 and Taxation review class and Career Talk in Law at the New Era University, we went to the Fisher Mall. I told ate Jenny and Krizzalyn that we should try the new restaurant there.
Miss Universe 2011 third runner-up Shamcey Supsup has ventured into the restaurant business by opening a restaurant with her husband, businessman Lloyd Lee.

Supsup's restaurant, called Pedro 'n Coi (a.k.a. Pinoy Pop Chibog), serves modern twists on Filipino dishes. Pedro from Lloyd Peter and Coi is Shamcey’s nickname to her family and childhood friends It pays homage to classic Pinoy pop culture.

Designed by Shamcey herself (summa cum laude graduate from UP and topnotcher in the Architect licensure examination), we felt right at home as soon as we entered Pedro ‘n Coi. Inside the restaurant is a replica of a Barangay Outpost with the officials’ names printed on the front wall — Captain: Tirso Cruz Diether; and Kagawad: Cedi Player, Beast Kwit, Denzel Weta, Curly Gaspi, et al. 

Play with our Pinoy games of yesteryears or ride a real 1970s Sarao jeep while enjoying your meal and taking in the sights of old Manila in 3D. 

At Pedro 'n Coi, you can take a funky, funny, interesting trip down memory lane. 

Inasal Raymundo (Chicken Inasal, P245, for sharing), Joey De Lechon (P380, for sharing), Belly Flores (Bangus Belly, P285, for sharing), Dyesebel & Friends (Sinigang na Seafoods sa Miso, P445, for sharing), Ihaw Moto (Chicken BBQ, P245, for sharing), Pahipon Naman (Ginataang Hipon, P395, for sharing), Binagoongan Revilla (Binagoongang Baboy, P280, for sharing), Caldereta ni Ka Noli (Calderetang Baka, P365, for sharing), Moymoy Palabok (P210, for sharing), Turon-ton Gutierrez (Turon with ice cream, P175, for sharing).

May Asim Pa (Sinigang na baboy sa sampalok, P365, for sharing), Dyesebel & Friends (Sinigang na Seafoods sa Miso, P445, for sharing).

There are four kinds of rice to choose from: Marami Ka Pang Kakaining Bigas (Refillable, no sharing, P65), Kanin ni Kumander Bawang (Garlic, P155, for sharing), Tocino is to Bilib (Tocino Rice, P195, for sharing) or Isang Kawaling Kanin (Plain Rice, P145, for sharing). 

Instagram Photo Link: https://instagram.com/p/15Ynoir4i3/

Shamcey and Lloyd are the ones who manage their business. I love the way how they value their people and their customers.

Pedro ‘n Coi is open Mondays to Thursdays (11AM-9PM), Fridays to Saturdays (10AM-10PM), Sundays (9AM-9PM).

For updates, you may visit their Facebook page.

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Author: Paul Michael Camania Jaramillo

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Paul is an Accountancy graduate from the Northwestern University. He is the Executive Editor of VoicePoints. He launched his accounting career at the DSPrats Group of Companies. He now works for KPMG, one of the world's Big Four professional services firms offering audit, assurance, tax, consulting, advisory, actuarial, corporate finance, and legal services.

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