Cebuanos love great food and the best food spots can’t be found around malls or other crowded establishments. They are in residential homes or are tucked away in non-descript buildings in the backstreets, hidden in plain sight.
The Philippines has an undeniable Spanish influence in our culture. It’s no wonder why many of us love Spanish food. Spain is renowned to have cuisines which are very savory and flavorful. When we talk about Spanish food, what’s the first thing that comes to your mind? Of course, tapas!! In Streetscape near Maria Luisa, a Spanish restaurant serves amazing tapas!
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2015 was a remarkable year for Cebu. Aside from the opening of two prominent malls, SM Seaside City and Robinsons Galleria, a number of very good restaurants and cafes have also opened. It can be difficult to navigate the food landscape with all the new choices and old reliables. As foodies, allow us to point you to where we found ourselves eating the most.
I have a confession. There are days when I crazily crave for TGIFridays. It’s a good thing that I share the same ordeal with some of my girlfriends. However, some of them are very petite and barely gain weight even if they consume a full rib order with burger and fries to boot! Life is really unfair! I can’t even finish a half rib order because as we all know; the servings at TGIF are humungous.