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One evening, my colleagues were planning to go to High Blood Station in Mabolo. I've never been to the place and they've been able to eat there a number of times so I decided to tag along.

High Blood Station has actually been termed as such by the people who eat there. There's no actual sign of the said title but you can expect a number of dishes that will satisfy your search for oil and grease.

Mind you though, people who frequent the place are those who have cars; but the homey feel also welcomes other people from all walks of life. It's the same as that of siomai sa tisa wherein folks flock just to have that feel of the region's best. Cebuanos sure know how to get the value for their money. Don't worry, prices aren't expensive and are just comparable to other local diners.

High Blood Station somewhere in Mabolo

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house cum carenderia

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pots and pans


adobo and curry I believe

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glasses and condiments, banana in sweet syrup, fried chicken, bangus

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tables, picked the binagoongang baboy

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When we were about to pay our bill, that's when the lechon kawali arrived, dang.

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inside High Blood station

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last look, they're mostly open until the wee hours of the morning.

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9 comments… add one
  • we went here one time because a friend told me nga this carenderia is famous for their chicharon bulaklak… but when we went there wala nay chicharon bulaklak hehe… ni uli nlng mi 🙂 will go back here next time…

    fedges last blog post..DiningCebu in Smile Magazine May 2009 Issue

  • catchy name of a restaurant! parang nakakatakot..he..he…

    hi my first time here…Just joined My Pink Shoelace contest and just saw that you’re one of the sponsors..

  • Edcel

    fedge: haha, yeah. maybe i should also try the chicharon bulaklak too. one of these days. 🙂

    genejosh: haha, onga eh. high blood pa lang. haha. thanks for dropping by!

  • I haven’t been here, from Bacolod ako but I wasn’t able to visit this place. This is nice. Hope I can visit sometime.

  • I ‘m really amazed of the name, in the name you will be afraid, lol!
    Anyway, I joined My Pink Shoelace contest.
    Thank you for being counted as one sponsor. Thanks for sharing. I’m always thankful to people who have a heart to share and be a blessing to others too.
    Have a blessed day and God bless!

  • Edcel

    my memories and crystals: yeah, the place is really homey, and simple too. thanks for dropping by! glad to be able to help others too. you have a site i can visit? it seems to be broken on my end. 🙂

  • Ngayon ko lang 'to nakita 😀 Dapat sa next na punta ko ng Cebu, makakain na ako dyan 😀

  • meije

    where in mabolo is this?

  • can we have the address of this place? seems interesting. thanks

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