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This is a September 2010 photo of Pier One Bar and Grill Mandaue Branch I misplaced somewhere.
This Pier One branch is located specifically in Park Mall. I have not tried this branch, but I did twice in Bonifacio High in Taguig City, Metro Manila.
When you plan of eating here, be sure to prepare 300 pesos for one person.
Pier One’s address and contact number:
168 Ouano Avenue, North Reclamation Area, Mandaue
(+63 32) 422-8686
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 Facebook page.
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.
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.
Lami ang tapsilog sa Silogan ni Gian.
Silogan ni Gian is close to where I live and to University of San Carlos in Talamban.
The place is also shared with other stalls offering similar food, and drink, some sell burgers.
This was about 7:30 in the morning.
The silog meal price starts at P25.00. The most expensive is calderitasilog which costs P43.00.
I ordered chicksilog which costs P32.00, I also added Payless hot pancit canton. Yummy!
Shot from the table where I ate my breakfast. That is the gate of USC-TC.
I’m not really a wine drinker, but I passed by this wine shop located along Gorordo Avenue.
I have not entered inside this establishment yet. It looks intimidating, but hopefully I experience this place in the near future.
The Wineshop sells imported wines, and is also a restaurant that offers breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Reviews I read online is mixed, some like Wineshop, and a few don’t.
Address: Gorordo Avenue, near Golden Peak Hotel.
Contact: +639216443436, (032) 254-6780
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.
After walking along Salinas Drive in the morning. I went inside JCA to eat my morning snack.
We took our friend, Grace to Neo Neo in Juan Luna Avenue in Mabolo. I did not eat, because I just ate at Jo’s Chicken, posted in the previous article.
Neo Neo is one of the most popular grill restaurants in Cebu City. Their main branch is in Salinas Drive in Lahug. It was almost midnight, so there were few customers. But in their main branch, it is practically always full, regardless of the time.
This place used to be my favorite hangout when I was a teenager during the first half of the 1990s. I lost a lot money here. Ah, no, I was not robbed nor duped by some con men. I just mercilessly spent my parents’ hard earned money on a barrel or two of San Miguel beer, hehehe.
But the place is now completely different from what it used to be. It used to have a large dining and drinking area, and an adjacent restaurant on the left, which the coffee shop Gloria Jeans now stands.
I like the present look of the place.
The parking area is where the dining or drinking area of the old Boulevard used to be.
Gloria Jean’s coffee. I will try to sip coffee here some other time.
Jollibee on the right.
Jollibee, this used to be the entrance of Boulevard.
Shaking my camera to create this art.
Carlo’s Batchoy. The yummy batchoy.
Jo’s Chicken Inato.
Menu of Jo’s Chicken.
I ordered the Buko Halo.
Dining area of Jo’s Chicken.
The cashier’s counter.
I ordered a grilled fish. Forgot the price though. I like the taste.
Saying goodbye to Jo’s Chicken, but don’t worry, I’ll be back.