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 … Continue reading Khana Indian Buffet
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, … Continue reading Cebu’s Weekend Food Market
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 … Continue reading Live and let pie.
Watch till the end to see if I made it or not! So you can either pat me in the back or shame me. Enjoy! PS Pardon the yagit … Continue reading Spicy Noodle Challenge! 2X Version
For many months now, I’ve been wanting to visit the Caramoan Islands – popular for being a film location for reality TV show Survivor. Several seasons of the show from … Continue reading The road to Survivor Island
Over the years, Marco Polo has never failed to excite me with their menu — from an excellent buffet selection at Cafe Marco, to a great set of cocktails at … Continue reading Marco Polo’s Signature Six
Nothing beats a good smoothie to start your day. They’re filling and really easy to make! What’s in my smoothie? Frozen fruits (2 cups) Cranberry juice (1 cup) Dark chocolate … Continue reading How to make a smoothie – a great breakfast idea!
“Naa diay binisaya nga salida?” This is quite the usual reaction I get when I share about the Binisaya Film Festival to my friends, grab drivers, and fellow Cebuanos. Only … Continue reading BINISAYA Films
To officially launch my site, let’s talk about one of the best things in the world — ICE CREAM! But wait, before anything else, what is the difference between ice … Continue reading La Vie Gelatifrenchissimo!