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Cebu Food

Cebu City food trip: Arano’s

By on February 27, 2011
This is not just a place where you can have authentic Spanish food at affordable prices and conversations with good friends. It is a different dining experience that one must try in Cebu City.


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Cebu Food

Cebu City food trip: STK ta Bay!

By on February 15, 2011
STK Ta Bay sa Paulito’s Seafood Restaurant started as a small eatery that served only 5 dishes back in 2002. Since then it has offered more authentic Cebuano dishes ranging from favorite staples such as fish sutukil to the more exotic fares such as turtle and eel.


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Cebu Food

Cebu City food trip: Abaseria

By on February 8, 2011

Abaseria was supposed to be just a showroom for Carmela Jurado-Lava’s diverse business pursuits – furniture, kitchen utensils and jewelry. These have inadvertently added a rustic yet charming character to the restaurant that Abaseria has now become.
It has indeed lived up to the Spanish translation of its name, sari-sari….


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Cebu Food

Cebu City food trip: The Original AA Barbeque

By on February 3, 2011
The first Original AA BBQ restaurant is at Lahug, Cebu City. I could still remember that there was a convenience store in front of it which was later demolished to expand the restaurant's packing space.


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Cebu Food Restaurants

Cebu City food trip: A-one Tinola ug Sinugba

By on February 2, 2011
I am not surprised why the eatery seems to have a diverse fan base which would include my dad, my dad's friends and my friends' dads. Almost all the professionals I've known in Cebu, those who have wheels and those who don't, have been to A-One at some point.


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Restaurants

When in Camotes: Pito’s Sutokil

By on February 1, 2011
If you are already in Camotes, it would be a terrible mistake to miss Pito's Sutokil, a humble eatery at Santiago bay. With only wooden tables and plastic chairs, a karaoke machine and a refrigerator, it clearly has no intentions of competing with your favorite fine dining restaurant elsewhere.


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Food Palawan

Danggit Lamayo

By on December 23, 2010
I could still remember that my folks got me a pack of danggit lamayo or lamayong danggit as a pasalubong when they went to Palawan several years ago. But at that time, I have no clue what the dish looks like or tastes like.


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Palawan Restaurants

Co Anh Pho | Puerto Princesa, Palawan

By on November 2, 2010
The chaolangan in Puerto Princesa could be one of the most enduring legacy of the Vietnamese refugees. They are the 'boat people' who once sought and then found a temporary (which became permanent later on) home in Palawan.


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Cebu Food Restaurants

Trivia Night at Alejandro’s

By on October 12, 2010
Alejandro's Filipino Resto amazingly transforms into a buzzling geeky party during the middle of the week. After this unassuming restaurant launched an entertaining Trivia Night back in February 2010, Wednesday evenings in Cebu City was never the same.


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Cebu Food

The liempo from Balamban

By on May 1, 2010
Perhaps most of the residents of Balamban do not know yet that the name 'Balamban' has sparked a craze in Cebu City, approximately 64 kilometers away from their beloved municipality.
Brennan Mercado
The Philippines

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.

Awards
Best of Cebu Blog Awards Best of Cebu Blog Awards
2015
    Best Food Blog
    Best Creative Writing in a Blog
    Finalist, Best Travel Blog

2014
    Finalist, Best Food Blog
    Finalist, Best Travel Blog

    Grand Winner, Visit Davao Tuloy ang Byahe Experience Blogging Competition.
    Winner, 2013 TLC Asia’s The Layover contest
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