In the next few days, Cebu City plays host to the Philippine Shark Summit, the first of its kind in the country. This is a gathering of like-minded organizations from both the public sector and various NGOs, in celebration of #SharkWeek2014.
When I stepped inside Frozen Snackbar, I wanted to burst a few lines from "Let It Go," that catchy song from Frozen, the Disney movie where this new dessert place took its inspiration from.
Although Shepherd's Heart Cafe is located right across the Heritage of Cebu Monument, you probably didn't know that this unassuming coffeeshop or a coffeeshop for that matter even existed in this portion of the city.
The similarity perhaps ends in terms of execution and in serving dishes that are slightly re-imagined: an unmistakable edginess in texture and taste, but with a careful respect for the familiar flavors that they were built on in the first place.
I've tried making pusô once and suffice to say that my creations were palatable but were aesthetically wanting.
For a good few seconds, I was fixated at the lone stonefish swimming in one of the aquariums at Isla Sugbu Seafood City.
When everyone else was glued to their TV sets or projected screens or internet streams for the Pacquiao-Bradley boxing match, my friends and i went instead to Taitong Steamers Foods last Sunday.
UP Cebu's A.S. Lobby was buzzing with cosplayers, boardgame junkies, and hardcore Game of Thrones geeks, for a few hours yesterday afternoon. It was aptly titled 'Medieval Day,' the first major event launched by Folk Fiction.
If La Lucha's name does not give itself away, then its counter could only overemphasize that it is in fact a food joint serving Mexican food.
It was a little over 10 AM and his small restaurant, which used to be a secret shared by expats working nearby, foreign divers and students, was largely empty.