Dim sum originated in China centuries ago and Ding How Dimsum House introduced that concept when it first opened its original location along Colon Street in 1969. Dim sum is essentially small plates of food traditionally served with tea in the morning or lunch. With Ding How introducing all-day dim sum back in the days, it created a whole new culture to the Cebuanos. The ‘Steamed Fried Rice’, which Cebu is known was originally created in the kitchen of Ding How. Continue reading “Food & Beverage Reviews: Ding How Dimsum House is Back!”→
This is probably one of the most anticipated, versatile and decadent meal of the week, brunch with friends and family is a great way to enjoy gourmet food on a laid-back weekend. Linger with some pancake burgers (Manna I got this from you), battered chicken, sip a glass of chardonnay, or dive into a savory plate of medium well roasted beef. At brunch, life is close to perfection.
When in Cebu, dining can be whatever you want it to be. It can be a hole in the wall restaurant that serves to-die-for Cebuano favorites, a casual meal with friends from a family-owned restaurant, or a white tablecloth and a good bottle of wine accompanying a delicious four course meal. It all boils down on your budget, time and your preference. What about a restaurant choice that appeals to your taste of adventure with an ambiance like no other? if you are tired of your usual go to place, there is a unique Cebu City restaurant that will definitely leave you in awe. Continue reading “Food & Beverage Reviews: The Pyramid – Cebu’s Newest Landmark”→