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One Sunday night, I went out to dinner with friends and workmates. Hey, I'm a cheapskate at heart; so when the opportunity came by that we were being treated out, I couldn't refuse it.

I'm amazed of the place and its design. It has this old Hispanic interior and feel which reminds me of old Filipino houses and gatherings wherein every corner is carefully crafted complete with chandeliers and a staircase. It's very warm and, for the lack of a better term, lovely.

The place is definitely great! We tried their Filipino cuisine menu (they also have an international menu) and I can say that it's quite affordable; considering that you are paying for good service, which is definitely a must especially in the food business. They also have Wi-Fi access which is also a plus; since not that many places here in Cebu have it yet, I mean compared to the number of establishments that do offer it in other parts of the country.

I tried to Google this place because I didn't know the exact location but I had no luck finding any result. According to a colleague, they just opened so that explains the absence of hits in search engines. It's located somewhere in Lahug, Cebu City.

When you do plan to eat there, don't forget to visit the restrooms. hehe.

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tables and chairs

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menu and the pianist

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shakes: four seasons. vanilla. melon. Pino's tropical illusion.

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baked tahong

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chicharon, sinigang, binagoongang baboy

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crispy pata and bicol express

Filipino dishes

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fried sorbet for dessert

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lamps outside


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3 comments… add one
  • Hey this looks like a great place to eat. Hmm maybe it’s the expertly taken pictures Ed hehe. I’m definitely considering eating here. Naay manglibre dnha?

  • Ed

    it is a great place neste! not because of the camera alone. i like the service a lot, maybe because there weren’t that many people. Aside from the food, you have to check out their restrooms! haha. panglibre, ikaw libre woi! hehe. hopefully, we can get our wave to have a get-together, even just for lunch like old times.

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