Category: Local Food

Jollibee’s First Restaurant in Spain Might Just Be Its Most Beautiful Store Yet

We have all loved the jolly bee growing up and even now. He’s a well-known figure here in the Philippines and in every Filipino’s heart.  Now, watching it spread its wings internationally and...

Cebu Eats: Chorizo de Cebu

Ah, the chorizo. A pork sausage enjoyed in various parts of the world, including Spain, Mexico, and North and South America. Here in the Philippines, we have our fair share of chorizos...

Views, tunes, and great food at Sofio’s Grill House in Aloguinsan

Heading down south for a vacation? Are you planning to chase some waterfalls or chase the sunset? Make sure to add Sofio’s Grill House to your list of stops! This newly-opened restaurant offers open-air...

Cebu Eats: Lato and Guso

The soft and succulent lato, fondly known as sea grapes and sometimes green caviar, is a common delicacy eaten in many parts of the Philippines. In Cebu, Lato is commonly eaten raw,...

Cebu Eats: Taguangkan only in Bantayan Island

Bantayan Island is a paradise as it has proven so many times by having the most beautiful beaches, perfect escape spots and mouthwatering seafood. But did you know that there is a delicacy...

Glamping at EVO Nature Camp in Balamban

Camping is a fun activity to do with your friends and family; going to a place surrounded by nature sounds like a fun adventure to have!  However, some do not like the annoyances...

Cebu Eats: Bukhayo sa bagol

Coconut, the Tree of Life. This extremely useful tree and its beloved fruit are both well-known in the Philippines and the world. The tree itself is used for lumber, fuel, wine, and...

Dining in tropical paradise at Siargao Street in Carmen

Have you been missing Siargao lately? Have you been longing to finally experience the magical island firsthand, or perhaps return and relive the tropical paradise?  Fret not, Cebuanos. At Siargao Street in Carmen, you can eat and dine with...
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