Asa ka ganahan mukaon? Sa ku-an! [Where do you want to eat? Uhmm…]
Let’s cut the chase. This new eat-all-you-can restaurant in Cebu City is the MOST sulit I have known so far!
Opened just last week, KUAN Kan-anan serves EAT-ALL-YOU-CAN Cebuano food favorites — Carcar Lechon, Lumpia Shanghai, Pancit Bam-i, Fried Chicken, Chorizo — for only 288 PESOS per head! Not only that, the fee is already inclusive of UNLIMITED puso (hanging rice) and bottomless iced tea.
Our team visited KUAN earlier today and tried their food. To our surprise, all food served tasted real good. Of course the Carcar Lechon was the main highlight, and it did not disappoint. It was really delicious! We also loved how spacious and ventilated the restaurant is (compared to other eat-all-you-can eateries). But don’t expect too much on the space as it was previously a house, transformed to KUAN Kan-anan. But one thing for sure, it’s worth it!
KUAN Kan-anan is located along the road of General Maxilom Ave., Cebu City — just right across the old Sacred Heart Jesuit Campus near DOLE building & CIC Cebu City. It is open DAILY from 5PM to 10PM.
Rates & Other Information
- Cebu Carcar Lechon
- Pancit Bam-i
- Fried Chicken
- Lumpia Shanhai
- Puso (hanging rice)
- Iced tea
…all for only ₱288 per head!
- ₱288 per head (Regular rate)
- ₱230 per head (Senior Citizen / PWD)
- ₱188 per kid 10 y/o & below
- Operating hours: 5PM to 10PM daily
- Contact number: 0947 893 3441
- Social: Facebook Page
How to get there?
Exact location: Along the road of General Maxilom Ave., Cebu City — just right across the “Sacred Heart Jesuit – Old Campus” as the nearest landmark near DOLE building & CIC Cebu City. Only 5-10 minutes away from Ayala Center Cebu.
BY JEEPNEY: Ride any jeepney passing through CIC or DOLE. Or:
– 13C from USC Main / Colon, drop off near the old Sacred Heart Campus
– 03B from Mabolo / Colon, drop off near CIC or DOLE Building
BY GRAB / TAXI / ANGKAS: Just navigate with Waze or Google Maps and set your destination to “Sacred Heart Jesuit – Old Campus”. The restaurant is just right across.
BY CAR: Parking your car may be a bit hassle, especially during rush hours (5PM-7PM). Park at your own risk (for towing), along Sacred Heart Old Campus or behind CIC. Better to park at Ayala, then hail a taxi/Grab from there.