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Best place in Cebu to experience modern Filipino cuisine. Menu was curated by the owner's brother, Chef Albert Sia.
Ettas Eclectic Food + Drinks
176 Archbishop Reyes Avenue Cebu Business Park
Best place in Cebu to experience modern Filipino cuisine. Menu was curated by the owner's brother, Chef Albert Sia.
Filipinos love meat. No dish exemplifies this more than pochero (beef stew). Kusina Uno, is probably hands down the best pocherohan in the city. It's also open 24 hours which makes it great late night stop which makes it a local favorite.
Kusina Uno
Filipinos love meat. No dish exemplifies this more than pochero (beef stew). Kusina Uno, is probably hands down the best pocherohan in the city. It's also open 24 hours which makes it great late night stop which makes it a local favorite.
In the mood good 'ole ribs, try this place. This place has truly become an institution in Cebu. Restaurant has 4 locations throughout the city which is a big feat because Cebuanos take food seriously and are a fickle bunch when it comes to it. For a more authentic feel and to truly see where it all started eat at the Ramos branch, also perfect for families. :)
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Casa Verde The Walk
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In the mood good 'ole ribs, try this place. This place has truly become an institution in Cebu. Restaurant has 4 locations throughout the city which is a big feat because Cebuanos take food seriously and are a fickle bunch when it comes to it. For a more authentic feel and to truly see where it all started eat at the Ramos branch, also perfect for families. :)
Sightseeing
Founded in 1565, it is the oldest Roman Catholic church in the country. The church was formally made into a basilica by Pope Paul VI in 1965. It is great place to see great baroque style architecture and pay homage to the infant Jesus.
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Basilica Minore del Santo Niño de Cebu
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Founded in 1565, it is the oldest Roman Catholic church in the country. The church was formally made into a basilica by Pope Paul VI in 1965. It is great place to see great baroque style architecture and pay homage to the infant Jesus.
Located on the historic Pari-an district. The was museum conferred the title of National Historic Landmark in 1991 by the National Historic Commission of the Philippines. Best place to see a well preserved Spanish colonial era house known locally as balay nga tisa, or house with tiled roof. Also check out the museum's shop and cafe, it's two thumbs up!
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Casa Gorordo Museum
No 35 Lopez Jaena
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Located on the historic Pari-an district. The was museum conferred the title of National Historic Landmark in 1991 by the National Historic Commission of the Philippines. Best place to see a well preserved Spanish colonial era house known locally as balay nga tisa, or house with tiled roof. Also check out the museum's shop and cafe, it's two thumbs up!
Dates back 1738. The structure was originally built out of wood but was changed to stone in the 17th century. It is the oldest triangular bastion fort in the country.
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Fort San Pedro
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Dates back 1738. The structure was originally built out of wood but was changed to stone in the 17th century. It is the oldest triangular bastion fort in the country.