Dong Juan is a restaurant that offers affordable but very lami mostly Filipino dish.
The photo below is their Guadalupe branch.
This is their business hours, but I only got this from their
Mon: 9:00 am – 10:00 pm
Tue: 12:00 pm – 12:00 am
Wed: 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Thu: 9:00 am – 12:00 am
Fri: 8:00 am – 9:00 pm
Sat: 11:00 am – 2:00 am
Sun: 12:00 pm – 11:00 pm
For more information and orders you can call them with this number: (032) 256-1796.
I had to try out Apurado. I don’t usually eat at malls because of the prices. I had to do it, so I can have something to write about in this blog. Haha.
Apurado is located at Robinson’s, in the Jones Avenue side.
Apurado is just beside the Midtown / Robinson’s parking entrance.
This is their menu.
Barbecue pork and chicken.
I ate paliya and fried bangus. This is just below P50, cheaper than the combo meal which is P59.
My first experience with Bread and Butter was in the 1990s in Banilad when they used to have a branch just outside Sto. Niño Village.
Then it got renewed when they have a branch in Mandaue City. Every time I go to work in Lapu-Lapu in the morning, I drop by to buy my favorite hotdog bread.
This branch is located in corner Gorordo Avenue and Escario Street.
This branch is located in corner Gorordo Avenue and Escario.
Their other breads are also equally tasty. Be sure to try it out if you have not eaten there yet.
I ate past lunch, probably around 1:30pm. I decided to try this carenderia or could be categorized as low end restaurant.
Lola Eats Food House is located in M. Velez St. in Guadalupe. Getting here is easy, just ride a Banawa or Guadalupe bound jeepney.
Telephone number: (032) 254-8431, (032) 344 0387.
The dining area. I like it, not too cramp, not too spacious either. The chairs are of good quality.
Grilled chicken wings.
Lots of food to choose from.
This is just below 60 pesos. Two barbecues, one banana, one bottled water and one cup rice. The soup is free.
What’s my verdict? I only ate barbecue, but the taste was just okay.
This Thirsty? cart is located inside
Ayala Center Cebu, in the second level, me thinks.
Me and my friends used to plan of getting a Thirsty? franchise more than 10 years ago. The last time we heard, the franchise fee was about 150,000. The original owner of the business also was the Osmeñas, forgot which clan.
I’m a fan of Thirsty. Whenever I’m in Manila or go back home to my hometown in Iligan, I make sure to sip a Thirsty shake.
I always get the regular size (45) cup.
Shot from the bench I was sitting on.
Here is my Thirsty? shake!
Apples and oranges.
They also have shakes for the health freak.
The prices of the shakes are too steep for me, that’s why I seldom get one, I think I only tried it once. Maybe I’ll get one once in a while, because of its health benefits.
San Jose Bakeshop should be in my top three personal bakeshop list. I like their tasty bread.
After a tiring photowalk around Guadalupe, I stopped by for a quick snack, and was blessed San Jose Bakeshop was just nearby.
San Jose Bakeshop facade in Guadalupe, near Provincial Capitol.
The bread display.
My favourite bread, brown and a bit hard on the outside, and of course Sparkle!
Cars going to Guadalupe proper or Banawa. On the left is the fence of Provincial Capitol.
My regret is I did not eat, I just photo walked. Well, anyway, I did eat here years ago, probably once or twice.
It would not hurt if I would eat here again. Just don’t drink the water being served here, hehe..
I have no idea who P. Gullas was. But I knew, Eddie Gullas is owner of University of the Visayas and politician, not sure if they’re related. I could not find any information on the web.
I started shooting at the Osmeña Boulevard area, or where Metro Gaisano is located.
Going in now, the wall on the right is Gaisano Metro or Metro Gaisano, whichever sounds good hahaha.
Looking back at Osmeña boulevard.
The shadow of Gaisano Metro providing additional shade.
Fried chicken, pork and tina-e.
P. Gullas street sign.
Eating snacks or late lunch. It was past 12:00 pm.
Nag sugba ug manok.
Are you hungry, ladies?
Delivering softdrinks to the food stalls.
La Fortuna Hotel. In the first floor is the famous La Fortuna Bakery.
La Fortuna Bakery. Call them (032) 256-2196
Larsian used to be a restaurant back in the 1970s, and is a combination of two names of twin sisters Pilar and Siana.
Presently, Larsian is place of barbecue stalls. Cebu is known for its delicious lechon and sinugba meat and fish. Sinugba (Sugba) is a Cebuano word for grilled or barbecue fish or meat.
In all honestly, I don’t like the present setup of Larsian because it basically contains the smoke of the grilled food, and after eating one would come out smelly.
This branch is filled with many people in the afternoons. Not good if you’re into quite atmosphere. Good if you also like watching other people inside, hehe.
Taking a break after shooting around Park Mall. Will post those set, in the next few days.
Bo’s Coffee is a fully Cebuano owned company which started in 1996 in Ayala Center Cebu. It has now about 50 outlets all over the Philippines.
I also had a similar post back in 2009,
Bo’s Coffee at Ayala Center.
The exterior of Bo’s Coffee. It used to be Bo’s Coffee Club, they removed “Club”, probably too mouthful for a brand.
The interior of Bo’s Coffee.
The order counter area.
The menu and price of Bo’s Coffee.
I prefer cold coffee, and my favorite oatmeal cookie.
After walking along
Salinas Drive in the morning. I went inside JCA to eat my morning snack. Continue reading