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AT the crowded Cogon Public Market in Cagayan de Oro City, a fish vendor excelled in his dedication to providing fresh seafood to the community.
Meet Mr. Horace Jed B. Reños, the owner of O/J’s Fish Store, specializing in Malasugue (Black Marlin) and Barelis (Tuna).
Located at Stall No. FI-164 in the Fish Section of the market, Mr. Reños has become a destination for seafood lovers looking for quality fish at reasonable prices.
Whether you’re looking for the expensive Malasugue or the delicious Barelis, he’s got you covered.
If Malasugue is beyond your budget, Mr. Reños the Tuna or Barelis as a good alternative.
These types of fish not only offer a cheaper option but also ensure that customers can still enjoy the delicious taste of the sea in their favorite dishes.
One of the highlights of O/J’s Fish Store is their 2nd Class Kilawon, a popular local dish made of raw fish marinated in vinegar and spices.
“With Tuna and Barelis readily available, customers can indulge in this delicacy without breaking the bank,” said Mr. Reños.
But that’s not all! Mr. Reños has a wide variety of fish products for different culinary preferences.
From Malasugue fish jaw, silik B and A (fish fins), skin (fish skin), belly, and bones (bones), to fish fillet, sashimi, and fish steak, he makes sure that every part of the fish is good. use.
These options are perfect for those looking to explore new recipes or add a twist to their traditional dishes.
To make it easier for customers, Mr. Reños at 09296724483 or visit his Facebook account: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100076005319139&mibextid=ZbWKwL.
If you have a specific request or want to inquire about the availability of your favorite seafood, a simple call will connect you directly to the fishmonger himself.
So, if you’re craving the taste of the sea but have budget constraints, go to O/J’s Fish Store at Stall No. FI-164 at Cogon Public Market.
Mr. is ready. Horace Jed B. Reños will serve you fresh Tuna, Barelis, and other fish products that will satisfy your seafood cravings without breaking the bank.
Don’t miss this opportunity to enjoy the taste of the sea at an affordable price!
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