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.

We’ve rounded up the best spots in the island in our search; best high-end, midrange and affordable date night restaurants. Here are our choices tailor-fitted for your night’s budget.

So whether you’re up to splurge, something mid-range, or even laid-back, we’ve got you covered.

 

cebu restaurant recommendations for date night

Photo from Abaca Facebook page

Hella fancy at Abaca Resort + Restaurant

Want to go all out? Abaca is worth the drive. Located in Mactan Island, this is our top choice for a fancy night with someone special. Enjoy the best California-Mediterranean food while basking in the intimate beach ambience of the resort.

AddressPunta Engaño Rd, Lapu-Lapu City, 6015 Cebu

Phone(032) 495 3461

Website: abacaresort.com

 

cebu restaurant recommendations for date night

Photo from No. 9 Facebook page

Chill out at No.9

Count on No.9 for elegant and beautiful date nights right at the bustling heart of the city. It’s a gem hidden in plain sight—it’s located at  E. Benedicto (right alongside Mango Ave), but the atmosphere is so fresh and clean it feels like you’re in a different part of town altogether. Enjoy great Spanish dishes with your special someone.

Address: 9 E. Benedicto Street, Ramos, Cebu City

Phone number 032 2539518

Website: no9restaurant.com

 

 

cebu restaurant recommendations for date night

Photo from Senor Kimchi Facebook page

Get adventurous at Senor Kimchi

Your date wants to go Korean, you want to go Mexican. Why choose when you can have both? If you want somewhere chill but definitely adventurous, you and your date should head on out to Senor Kimchi. This new kid on the block is offering unique Mexican-Korean fusion dishes that you can try on your date night.

Address: Axis Entertainment Avenue, N. Escario Street, Capitol Site, Cebu City

Phone: 032 2550183

Website: facebook.com/senorkimchi

 

 

Kristiana Rule

Your average not-so-teenage working class heroine. An island girl lost in the Queen City of the South. Make sure to visit her blog and say hi.

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