Coffee has slowly become an important part of the city dwelling Cebuano. You can tell because of all the cafes sprouting out. We aren’t talking about the cutesy gimmicky ones either. We mean the cafes that serve legitimately good coffee.
We’re incredibly excited for the growing food scene in Cebu. More new restaurants continue to pop up, but there’s something to be said about the true Cebu Classics, the staples that we keep coming back to.
Ask any Cebuano about their favorite lechon and you’ll get a mix of answers.
For those who have never heard of lechon – it is basically a suckling pig roasted over charcoal. It is delicious, but no one can agree on who makes the best.
We can only agree that the best lechon comes from Cebu, Philippines.
With restaurants sprouting all over town, date night has never been easier or more varied in Cebu. The only thing you’d have to worry about is where to go.
It was early last year when my additction to Matcha started. It wasn’t as popular back then and not many cafes offered the drink. After reading an article on the benefits of Matcha, I gave it a try and I was hooked. I still loved coffee, but there are days that are perfect for Matcha.