The Food Diary is a personal food blog owned and maintained by two pure-blooded Pinoy food enthusiasts who happen to be aficionados for good food and great experiences.
Your Cebu getaway is not complete without the Cebu’s local delicacies. On top of its famous Lechon, try other local dishes such as the ngohiong. Delicious, affordable, and definitely worth a try!
Truth be told, it wouldn’t hurt to treat yourself from time to time! Because we care for you, here’s a set of easy to prepare and budget-friendly treats you can indulge in while you’re working from home or just staying inside!
You might be asking yourself what the health benefits that come along with taking the meat are. Well, worry no more because I will help you get answers to your questions.
Along with fellow foodies and content creators from Cebu, we recently got invited to a food crawl to sample and experience first-hand the offerings at several food chains under the UCC group in Bonifacio District in Kasambagan, Cebu.
When the day starts, the very first thing that a coffee lover wants is “Definitely a Cup of Coffee.” They are not crazy just about the coffee instead they go beyond that and more than coffee they want to a boost of caffeine to start their brain functioning, they want to feel the fragrance to open their eyes, and they want the bold taste of coffee to get refreshed instantly.
Caffeine Brothers Co., an up-and-coming startup specialty coffee retail and distributorship based in Manila, Philippines, announced today the finest launch in the Philippine Coffee Industry history with the release of CB’s Finest – the kickstarter. The first addition to the voluminous blends to be released shall be available for everyone to enjoy and within everyone’s reach
Located at the chilly hills of Brgy Busay, Balay sa Busay offers a wide array of Filipino dishes served generously and warmly under the view of the clear night sky and with a view of metro Cebu’s city lights – a home away from home, a perfect place to visit.
Candiez Café definitely delivers on its promise to be a comfy and chic café with great food. What’s even better is that their prices only range from 150php to 300php only! Definitely a must-visit when you go to Mandaue City!
The idea of a buffet is not for us to eat our hearts out but it allows us to enjoy what we want without having to spend more. As food come in many forms and flavors, a buffet is one way for us to enjoy and savor them. Hotels and restaurant chains are offering such service because its faster and it offers a whole new gastronomic experience.
Every place you visit, there’s always more to them than meets the eye. Butuan, known to be the Timber City of the South, is more than just the colorful Balangays or their infamous orange tricycabs. A late-bloomer but fast-growing city, it is also considered to be the gastronomic capital in the region; a title so well-deserved, if you ask me.