Cebu Food Restaurants

Easy mornings at St. Mark Hotel

By on August 9, 2015

St Mark Hotel - breakfast

Breakfast folks like myself can rejoice at the thought that there’s another good and quiet place in Cebu where we can enjoy the first meal of the day.

At St. Mark Hotel‘s aptly named all-day restaurant Halo, you can have that easy, restful morning with a brewed cup of joe, freshly-made omelette, seasonal fruits, cereals and a variety of local delicacies for just Php 380.

And I almost forgot that they also serve bacon which for some is the only irresistable argument that really matters.

Cebu chorizo, veggies and bacon.

Cebu chorizo, veggies and bacon.

St Mark Hotel - mango puto and bread

When I learned about this, I immediately tagged a friend in my Facebook post. A few weeks back, she asked me for recommendations of a good breakfast place that’s just under Php 500. At that time, I could not think of a mid-priced option, one that straddles in between a designer coffeeshop and the swanky hotels in the city.

St Mark Hotel - halo breakfast

Finally, there is one that fits my friend’s description of a ‘good breakfast place.’ Aside from its affordable breakfast buffet, St. Mark Hotel is located at a uniquely secluded yet strategic location in the city. It’s not along the traffic-laden Maxilom Avenue but you can also reach the latter which is a famous Sinulog stop, in just a few minutes.

It’s also right beside a church which is perfect especially for families who want to catch the next Sunday mass right after a big, hearty breakfast.


St. Mark Hotel
Queens Road, Redemptorist Plaza Camputhaw, Cebu City
+63 32 505-5555 or +63 32 520-3798

Daily breakfast starts from 6:00 AM to 10:30 AM

  1. Reply

    Adrenaline Romance

    August 9, 2015

    Looking at these photos is making us hungry! The place looks very cozy and classy. 🙂

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    Carissa Bongalosa

    August 11, 2015

    Breakfast addict here. Do they have waffles? How's their coffee?

    P380 is a bargain! I can't miss this.

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      September 1, 2015

      They don't have waffles Issa. I'm not a coffee connoisseur like you guys so I feel inadequate to answer your other question. 🙂

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    Kim Halasan Nagal

    August 29, 2015

    Bacon, ensaymada and coffee. I'm in. But I actually had just two cups of coffee since I got here. Nonetheless, we should try breakfast next time we are in Cebu. 🙂

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      September 1, 2015

      But should we try breakfast when I'll be where you are soon? 😉


Brennan Mercado
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Brennan is an electronics engineer by profession. From time to time, he gets to travel beyond his office cubicle, try new restaurants or catch up with his terribly long list of unread books. He likes museums, spicy food and talking with habal-habal drivers. For now, he's still deciding on whether to play Pokémon GO or not.

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