Where to Eat in Siargao

Siargao to me is my home. I first lived in General Luna (GL) in 2015 and came back again this year but lived outside of GL. Things have been drastically different since then but the vibe still the same, you just need to know where to go. I was sad to see some places close…

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Eastern Hub: Serving REAL and Authentic Arabic Food in Cebu

WATCH MY VIDEO BELOW Last night, my friend Charlene decided last minute to head on over to Eastern Hub, a restaurant in Guadalupe, run by a Syrian fellow, Alaa, alongside his Filipino wife, Jerry. I had already planned to try it out after my sister told me she found some seriously good shawarma. I was…

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Cebuano food must-tries beyond lechon and fried food

When people ask me where to take friends and visitors out for food, I must admit I sometimes struggle to think of a place that’s affordable, clean, and showcases another kind of Filipino dish. This is especially hard when a lot of the restaurants in the city are mostly serving Western food now. It’s also…

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Where you can find my favorite ngo hiong place in Cebu

If you grew up in the Philippines or have been here long enough to observe the food culture, a lot of the dishes are fried. If not fried, however they’re made they are bold and strong in flavors, whether it’s supposed to be sweet, sour, or salty. By this I mean it’s sometimes too salty…

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Spicy Noodle Challenge (X4)

Another day, another challenge! Suffering with friends is always better. Catch me and my friend, Gani, do the X4 Samyang Fire Noodle Challenge. With special (voice) participation to our third Squad member, Kat. Find out how different the X2 and X4 noodles are. If you liked this video, subscribe to my YouTube Channel to see…

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SaladStop! Cebu

A new restaurant is now open and is redefining “fast food”. The orders are quick and they’re a healthy option! SUBSCRIBE to my channel to see more of my videos! SALAD HYPE? Food hypes or fads often pop out left and right, and usually they’re not as appealing as they seem to be. Most sound…

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Khana Indian Buffet

Khana is one of Marco Polo Cebu‘s Coulinary Journeys, in line with the celebration of Diwali, the Festival of Lights. Featuring authentic Indian dishes aside from their “staple stations”, Marco Polo Cebu is offering you an opportunity to explore and expand your palate. Dine in for lunch at only Php 880 at Cafe Marco (buffet).…

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Cebu Craft Beer Revolution

Hallelujah! Craft beer is now widely available in Cebu and I can’t thank the heavens enough. You can now enjoy more varieties of beer. But what is craft beer? I’m no cicerone but from how I understand it, craft beer is a lot more detailed and focused on the technique and flavors of beer. Hence,…

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Cebu’s Weekend Food Market

Celebrating two years this year, Sugbo Mercado has proven to be a hot destination for a dining experience. By now, who doesn’t know about it? With dozens of food stalls, Sugbo Mercado offers a wide array of Filipino dishes along with foreign cuisines. It’s the super sampler of the Cebuano food scene. Many of the items…

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Live and let pie.

Nothing screams America like burgers, corn dogs, barbecue, and of course, pie. Pie is one of America’s symbols of home and tradition, like apple pies, banana cream pies, and pumpkin pies, to name a few. I don’t think I’ve ever heard of anyone crave for pies the way my American friends do. I mean, I…

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