Mactan as an island has grown into a respectable food hub in its own right. And I’m not talking about the super high-end restaurants you can find at resorts either. There’s tons of food places that people can enjoy without spending a small fortune; casual dining places that you’d usually find on the other side of the bridge.
When the Pyramid first opened its doors to the public, the hype was intense. Everyone took photos at almost every corner of this undeniably unique and lovely structure. The name itself makes you curious enough to jump out of your seat and head over to IT Park.
It’s no secret that we love desserts! Who doesn’t?
Tim Ho Wan, Hong Kong’s famous Michelin-star dim sum restaurant finally opened its doors in Cebu a few months ago. It is recognized as the “most affordable Michelin-starred dim sum restaurant in the world”. How can you not be excited about that?
A few weeks ago, Steph and I got an invitation for a coffee and dessert pairing at 32 Umber. Perfect. Steph can’t drink coffee and I can’t have dessert. We’ll half everything. She’s pregnant and I’m on a no sugar diet.
One of the newest additions to the growing list of restaurants in the city is Peri-Peri Chicken. If the name rings a bell, this is because they already have 11 branches nationwide.
Since not all dog lovers have the privilege to own one, it is great news that a dog cafe has finally opened its doors in Cebu.
What is the best way to start the day? A big breakfast!
But we get so caught up with our busy schedules and the crazy traffic before going to work that many of us tend to miss breakfast. I am no exception. Breakfast is not my favorite meal of the day, but breakfast food is the best.
Cebu continues to experience a dramatic increase in everything; population, buildings, businesses and even traffic. One of my favorite improvements is the incredible expansion in dining options. Without a doubt, Cebu has finally caught up to Manila’s food scene.