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  1. #161
    Quote Originally Posted by FatBruce  [View Original Post]
    Decided to flash the cash by taking my provincial visitor to the big lunch buffet at the Radisson blu. My friend had a great time trying out so much new food. You should have seen her face when she tried Danish blue cheese! Priceless. Trip there backfired on me because shortly afterwards I had possibly the most violent vomiting fit of my long life! Just proves we are not invincible!
    Reminds of one cutie I took to the Shangri La for the very expensive but tasty seafood buffett. She had a great time (pinays love seafood) but threw up into the wine bucket and then finished her meal, took some photos (obligatory for Facebook etc) and then we shagged the night away LOL.

    Sorry yours did not go as planned.

    Also Christmas at the Radisson is good for a feast also.

  2. #160

    Radisson blu lunch buffet

    Decided to flash the cash by taking my provincial visitor to the big lunch buffet at the Radisson blu. My friend had a great time trying out so much new food. You should have seen her face when she tried Danish blue cheese! Priceless. Trip there backfired on me because shortly afterwards I had possibly the most violent vomiting fit of my long life! Just proves we are not invincible!

  3. #159
    Quote Originally Posted by Omega3  [View Original Post]
    My conclusion about P&P: tasty enough, but a bit overpriced for Cebu. A lot of hype about Cebu's "first Michelin rated restaurant" but not really spectacular.

    Your taste buds and conclusions may differ.

    OM.
    I agree Omega. The place is nice but why pay top prices for food that is OK when there are many others that don't have the same high price tag.

    Visiting here was OK and is something you can do once in a while but not every week when there are plenty of other cheaper restos around.

    Is like the Social in Ayala, is OK but the prices are high for what I consider basic finger food.

  4. #158

    Michelin one-star restaurants.

    Ate at Pig & Palm last year, shortly after it opened. Was curious about this new venture by Michelin one-star chef Jason Atherton and his Cebuana wife, Irha. P&P reportedly is a joint venture of the Athertons with local property developers Chris and Carla McKowen (Carla is the daughter of the wealthy Chinese-Filipino family which owns the MSY Tower, in which P&P is located, as well as a number of other properties here). After working at other restaurants, including at the Gordon Ramsay Group, Chef Jason opened his first restaurant, The Social Company, in London, and now has something like a total of 16 restaurants in London, NYC, Shanghai, HK, Dubai, and Cebu. Three of these restaurants are Michelin one-starred. Obviously, quite successful.

    My conclusion about P&P: tasty enough, but a bit overpriced for Cebu. A lot of hype about Cebu's "first Michelin rated restaurant" but not really spectacular.

    Have not yet eaten at the newly-opened Cebu (SM Seaside Mall) branch of Tim Ho Wan, the HK Michelin one-star dim sum restaurant, although have previously eaten at THW in Makati Glorieta and at THW branches in HK and Singapore. Food seems quite similar at all of the branches tried. Obviously, quite a successful dim sum restaurant chain.

    My conclusion, in short, as to each of these branches or sisters of Michelin one-star restaurants: tasty enough, and among the better restaurants in Cebu, but nothing really spectacular.

    Your taste buds and conclusions may differ.

    OM.

  5. #157

    Pig and palm

    I tried pig and palm restaurant recently. Bit pricey for Cebu but nothing crazy. Food was pretty good and nice decor. Wasn't too crowded on a weekday but not sure if reservation would be necessary for weekends. Oh and uber now seems to be working well in Cebu. Seemed cheaper than grab.

    http://thepigandpalm.ph/

  6. #156

    Nagomi Restaurant

    https://www.facebook.com/nagomidk/?hc_ref=NEWSFEED

    Address.

    Nagomi is at No. 68 Don Gil Garcia St. ,Capitol site cebu city.

    The corner is LG and 7 eleven. Near NBI!

    Back street of Avon Building.

    ★Our Operating Hour.

    Mon-Sat 11:30 am to 2:00 pm,5:00 pm to 10:30 pm.

    Sun 5:00 pm to 9:30 pm.

    We can accept reservation.

    Mobile:09177702802,091777007872.
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  7. #155
    Thanks Omega. I've walked past this place numerous times when I was staying at MJ. I'll have to give it a try.

    I think these kind of places are more fun in groups. X.

    Quote Originally Posted by Omega3  [View Original Post]
    During a recent cool spell here in Cebu, enjoyed several pleasant dinners at Red House Taiwan Shabu Shabu. Must have gained 5 lbs!

    Red House is located a couple of doors down from the MJ Hotel on Apitong Street. From Parklane Hotel, head west on Escario, past Miki (tiny hole in the wall with decent coffee and Japanese pastries, which was closed for awhile but recently re-opened) about 20 meters (toward Gororordo), then turn north up the first lane, which is Apitong Street, a narrow one-way street. You will see posters for Grand Isabella Apartments plastered on the wall or on telephone poles.

    This is authentic Taiwanese hot pot (Chinese huo guo)
    SNIP
    P.S. Often crowded for dinner before 8:30 pm, so either make a reservation, or be prepared to wait, or go late.

  8. #154

    Red House Taiwan Shabu-Shabu Restaurant

    During a recent cool spell here in Cebu, enjoyed several pleasant dinners at Red House Taiwan Shabu Shabu. Must have gained 5 lbs!

    Red House is located a couple of doors down from the MJ Hotel on Apitong Street. From Parklane Hotel, head west on Escario, past Miki (tiny hole in the wall with decent coffee and Japanese pastries, which was closed for awhile but recently re-opened) about 20 meters (toward Gororordo), then turn north up the first lane, which is Apitong Street, a narrow one-way street. You will see posters for Grand Isabella Apartments plastered on the wall or on telephone poles.

    This is authentic Taiwanese hot pot (Chinese huo guo) and actually not Japanese shabu shabu, but perhaps a distinction without too much substance. Customers order platters of sliced meat, seafood, tofu (including tau pwe), leafy greens and other vegetables, noodles, and various other dishes, and then place them gradually into the bubbling broth in the communal hot pot over a live burner in the middle of the table. Certain items (for example, corn coblets, or gabi or other root veggies) will cook more slowly than, for example, sliced meat, and thus should be placed first.

    Sauces and condiments are on a central table. Add a healthy amount of sate sauce (sha cha BBQ sauce) to a small bowl, add soy sauce, chili oil, vinegar, chopped onions, grated garlic, sliced chilis, chopped scallions, and cilantro, to suit your palate.

    Would suggest first-timers starting with Combo "(B)" (at P680 + 50 each for soup stock), plus rice extra. Less than P1,000 total and plenty for two. Drinks extra but reasonably priced.

    First became a fan of huo guo during chilly winter evenings in Taipei in the early 70's, near the Inkuan circle at the confluence of Nanking (Nanjing) West Road and Chunking (Chongqing) North Road. That Taiwan hot pot was the best I have ever eaten, although parking there was always a challenge. Red House here in Cebu City comes close.

    Red House: tasty food, pleasant service, decent ambiance, reasonable prices. In my view, head and shoulders above Lucky Bowl Taiwan Shabu Shabu on Cabahug Street and also on A. S. Fortuna, or Shabu Way in Ayala Terraces.

    Most of the customers are local Filipinos, Japanese, and Koreans enjoying their Jinro. Virtually no other westerners.

    "Bon appetit"!

    OM.

    P.S. Often crowded for dinner before 8:30 pm, so either make a reservation, or be prepared to wait, or go late.

  9. #153

    Anzani Prime

    Recently enjoyed a memorable dinner at Anzani Prime. In my view, even better than the original Anzani in Nivel Hills, although without the stunning view. Same restaurant group.

    I ordered the flat iron steak. My LP ordered the sea bass. She was pleased by the sea bass, which was brought out on a serving cart with table service. I was more than pleased with the flat iron, which also was brought out on a cart, and served on a thick slab of pink Himalayan rock salt.

    Great food, quietly understated excellence, impeccable service, cozy venue, and good value (about P1,000 each before sides or drinks). In my view, on a par with (or perhaps even better than?) Blackbird in the renovated old airport runway tower at the Ayala Triangle in Makati.

    Anzani Prime is located up an outside staircase above Tinderbox, on Gov M Cuenco Ave (fka Banilad Road) just east of Crossroads.

    Note: before or after dinner, enjoy a drink (or bottle) in the "wine cellar" inside Tinderbox.

    Bon appetite!

    OM.

  10. #152

    Cheap good buffet

    St. Mark Hotel. Cebu City, Philippines.

    Enjoy Unlimited Original and Spicy Lechon only from the BEST GYUD Rico's Lechon for only 348 nett per person inclusive of one round of standard drink every Friday 6 pm to 10 pm, Wednesday and Sunday 12 noon to 2 pm.

    For table reservations, call 5055555.
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  11. #151

    Gunga Din

    Quote Originally Posted by WickedRoger  [View Original Post]
    I like the place also Questor and lots of the call center girls go there for a 'treat' from the usual rubbish in IT park. Only issue is parking which at times can be difficult and the fact that the traffic on Salinas at night is miserable.
    You're a better man than I am WR. Takes a brave man to drive in the Philippines!

  12. #150
    Quote Originally Posted by Questor55  [View Original Post]
    Located just off Salinas in Lahug. Build your own pizza from a total of 50 ingredients. Price is fixed at 245 pesos, so you can go 'hog wild' on whatever you choose. If this isn't your best pizza of all time, blame yourself, because you built it!
    I like the place also Questor and lots of the call center girls go there for a 'treat' from the usual rubbish in IT park. Only issue is parking which at times can be difficult and the fact that the traffic on Salinas at night is miserable.

  13. #149

    Pizza Republic

    Located just off Salinas in Lahug. Build your own pizza from a total of 50 ingredients. Price is fixed at 245 pesos, so you can go 'hog wild' on whatever you choose. If this isn't your best pizza of all time, blame yourself, because you built it!

  14. #148
    Quote Originally Posted by LevDog  [View Original Post]
    4. Favorite omelette is the cheese omelette at Our Place in colon. I always get the fried potatoes with it.
    The omelette is not bad, but I prefer the chicken chester, the sizzling sissig, half chicken or the tasty pork chop.

    Of course YMMV, as well as your taste buds.

  15. #147

    Canvas

    Quote Originally Posted by WickedRoger  [View Original Post]
    Canvas, one of my favorite eateries has moved to Banilad from Ayala Terraces. O idea why as I am only just back.

    Address is now.
    95.
    One Paseo Saturnino, along Maria Luisa Road, Banilad, Cebu City.

    Link (as XMan likes them LOL) https://www.facebook.com/CanvasBistroBarGallery/.
    Went to Canvas in new Banilad location two weeks ago. It's next to the Henry hotel. Same staff, same solid food and wines. Would definitely recommend if you want to get away from mall atmosphere of Ayala.

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