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Category Archives: Downtown Cebu City

Dagupeña’s Teriyaki Boneless Milkfish Belly

Product placement is everywhere, even in movies, so why not here? Well, for one, somebody has to be willing to place their products in our site hehe. Gena was certainly brave generous enough, and that is why I am featuring Dagupeña Bangus – just in time for the Holy Week. This is also for the health-conscious people.

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Filipino Restaurant in Cebu - Sugbo Silog

Looking for a breakfast place in downtown Colon was difficult.

Pakalista Jon and I were done taking some photographs at the Basilica Minore del Santo Niño for the Sinulog and were looking for a non-fastfood (no offense Jollibee and McDonalds) and non-carenderia (not safe for our cams) type of place where we can eat breakfast and have some of those sunny-side up fried egg.

Mango Avenue would have been the location to look for such kind of Cebu restaurant but I didn’t want to go there because I didn’t want to get myself stuck in traffic when going to work afterwards.

We went to CDU in Mandaue reclamation area instead to have Filipino food at Sugbo Silog.

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Alberto's Pizza Restaurant in Cebu Philippines

Yes, guys!  The Pakalistas once again visited Alberto’s Pizza in Cebu after a very long Saturday that we had.

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Chinese Restaurant in Cebu - Wang Shan Lo - Club Ultima, Philippines Food, Philippines Restaurant

So we are kinda going serious with our photography hobby and got ourselves an unofficial gig; a pre-nup for a friend who got married last October 2008.  Yes guys, this post is so long overdue!

After the photo shoot, which by the way we were not so proud of since we were so amateur then and even now, we got ourselves invited for dinner with the couple at Wang Shan Lo Chinese Restaurant at Club Ultima.

I was kinda excited because it was my first time to go up the Club Ultima.  The elevator ride freaked me out a bit because it went up very fast, and we were in a see-through capsule elevator.  Although the way up was scary, I just conditioned myself about the bountiful eat-all-you-can (Php 450) dinner we will be having. Read More »