You can find SuperSix just off Remedios circle, the place reminding us of Bangkok’s Khao San road. Despite a very tiny kitchen, somehow they miraculously pull off a menu of simple short-order dishes that you wouldn’t expect from a standard barbeque stall.
Despite SuperSix being a grill house, options are not limited to just BBQ and isaw (grilled pork or chicken intestines). Super Six’s array of meats are mostly devoid of the sticky sweet sauce which features on most roadside barbecues. They serve a playful mix of dishes from Japanese shio yakitori, mussels in a spicy sauce sweetened with pineapple for PHP 140, fried buttered chicken, to simplified renditions of Filipino dishes such as crispy adobong kambing (goat) and fried tilapia.