Reviews of Cebu's new, top and finest restaurants.
Las Vegas is home to many excellent restaurants for all hours of the day, but when you’re looking for a brunch spot you need something a little different. Here we’ve picked out three truly excellent brunch spots you need to try; each with their own unique menu and flavor to make your brunch memorable.
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.
Just recently, Istanblue Turkish Resto Lounge opened its doors to the Cebuanos. This small and pocket-friendly resto is one of the few restaurants in Cebu where you can savor and devour authentic Turkish and Mediterranean dishes
Brewer’s Kitchen, a new gastropub in Cebu will give you a taste of a wide array of imported and craft beers as well as gastronomic dishes made from the best ingredients.
Isla Ora, which is Spanish for Island Time started out as a pizza stall in Sugbo Mercado. The place is rustic and you can certainly feel the island vibe of Bantayan Island. One of the best pizza in Cebu
Considered as one of the biggest and best buffet restaurants in Cebu, The Abalone is a must-visit when you’re in the Historic Resort City of Lapu-Lapu
Love and passion for baking is what motivates Marisse Alvarez-Sy to run the shop. It has started to make a name for its own in the pâtisserie industry here in Cebu, while it being in a serene and vibrant location at 32 Sanson by Rockwell in Lahug makes this go-to place even more stimulating.
The ambiance and coziness of the place will surely get your attention. Their superb customer service and their awesome food are factors that makes them a must-visit place when you get lost in midtown Cebu.
Creativity is truly the key for Ampersand’s success. Although Ampersand is relatively new in Cebu’s gastronomic scene, their audacity made them who they are and what they are now.
Faro serves a variety of classic Filipino dishes with a hint of Mediterranean cooking. They also serve mouth-watering pizzas made from scratch baked in a brick oven. They are among the few restaurants in Cebu that uses brick ovens for their pizza
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