When visiting the Queen City of the South and you are also staying/visiting at the Marco Polo Plaza Cebu, you must try their Signature Six dishes.
Are you ready to get your hands dirty at one of Cebu’s best grilled pork ribs and chicken wings?
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,…
Experience the best of Northern Filipino cuisine through Marco Polo Plaza Cebu’s “Culinary Journey” Independencia: Flavors of Northern Philippines.
If you are traveling up the northern part of Cebu, Bastap is a perfect pit stop for a delicious full Filipino meal, snack, coffee or a cold beer! Bastap is a one stop shop with services ranging from fast-food, bakery, coffee shop, KTV/bar, and convenience store.
Start planning your Sunday brunch now. 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,…
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…
Alice Garden Cafe & Resto Bar just recently celebrated their first year this month and I’m lucky to be invited to try their delicious food.
Chef Benoit of the Waterfront Cebu City Hotel & Casino let you taste the delicious and authentic French confectioneries with a match of fresh and remarkable taste that would make you crave for more. This is the best French traditional tasting bakery that will surely make your day a satisfying one.
It was 2013 when Dominika Bojova visited Siargao to surf and explore the island and it made her realize that there was no proper coffee around. That’s when she decided to open The Pleasure Point Café last 2014 using local coffee beans.