Quite a number of people possess a certain obsession when it comes to food. For some, it may be bread, potatoes, a type of meat, but for me, it’s cheese and chocolate. You can use it as a topping, a dip, a filling, and it absolutely makes everything better. I got my fix when I visited an adorable little spot in Mabolo.
“Il est entré dans mon coeur
Une part de bonheur
Dont je connais la cause"
The Persian kitchen is considered one of the world’s primeval sculleries. And it’s certainly no surprise that the Persian Palate is one of the oldest restaurants in Cebu today. Established in 1989, it started out as a quaint little joint for foreigners.
I am quite sure a lot have written about the elegant little spot located at Paseo Saturnino, Maria Luisa Road.
Considered one of the oldest kitchens in the world, the Persian cuisine continues to be light, varied and balanced.
This island may have experienced the hottest summer so far that the search for the coldest and most delicious drink has become a crucial part of the everyday lifestyle.
Today’s generation is more adventurous than the preceding, especially when it comes to food.
When visiting the south of Cebu, make sure you stop by Argao to taste their delicious Torta.
Sometimes you just feel like getting a good burrito or a taco. Cebu has a lot of spots that serve those two dishes, but nowhere close to the actual thing.
Interested in butterflies? Who would have known that a lot of butterflies live in a sanctuary located at Basak, Pardo?