Miagao is famous for its Salakayan Festival and one of its popular heritages, Miagao Church. Hidden along Zulueta Avenue, Miagao Iloilo is a picturesque beauty of an ambiance dining place – Sulu Garden. It is a food area garden serving both Japanese and Philippine cuisines.
Aside from the food experience, the garden also offers its guests a mini-museum of miniature architectures such as the pagoda, hobbit holes, and bell towers, oriental gardens and sciences like aquaponics and butterfly breeding. They have games as well for your leisure like a kid-sized chess game and Chinese checkers. Moreover, there’s a calming fish foot spa experience! It’s surely a place to get jam-packed not just with food but with relaxation as well.
Sulu Garden has varieties of food options in their menu.
Here are some of Sulu Garden’s menu:
- Shrimp Tempura
- Japanese Fried Chicken
- Maki Rolls (Cheesy Crab Roll, Tiger Prawn Cheese Roll, Crunchy Crazy Roll, California Maki, Philly Roll Maki and Sulu Special Maki)
- Chicken, Pork, Fish and Beef Teridon (Chicken/Beef/Fish/Pork cutlet with teriyaki sauce)
- Oyakodon (Chicken cutlet with katsudon sauce and raw egg)
- Ramen (Beef, Seafood, Vegetable, Gumoko)
- Sushi and Sashimi (Tuna, Shrimp, Mixed sushi)
- Boneless Bangus
- Crispy Pata
Not just an ordinary restaurant because Sulu Garden showcases artworks of Miagao artists. Some of the paintings and handcrafted artworks such as model boats presented at the garden are made by resident artists. They’re open from 9:00am to 10:00pm.
Within just an hour of driving south of Iloilo, you can experience Japanese-themed landscape with genuine Japanese dishes! Just a neighboring town of Miagao, San Joaquin, you can also visit and have a sweet sea escape at Kuliatan.