Literally translated to fish ceviche, our Kilawin Tanigue is the Filipino version of what you may know as ceviche. Fresh and raw fish fillets are cut into cubes and then marinated in a mixture of calamansi juice (a type of Filipino lime), ginger, chili, and other seasonings for a savory and spicy finish. You can eat this savory and sour appetizer with rice as a fresh meal, but we recommend it with beer and other alcoholic beverages as a snack. If you’re craving ceviche but want something different than the ceviche you know, try Kanto Grill’s Kilawin Tanigue or fish ceviche. You’ll definitely like it!