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Although the restaurant has been around in Cebu in years, I have just recently discovered this place. I fell in love instantly. I have not been to Japan yet (hopefully, soon) so I could not vouch for its authenticity based on taste. I can say, though, that of the times I have been there, my companions and I are the only non-Japanese customers.
My favorites are:
Here's the menu:
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I've heard of unlimited chicken wings by some restaurants but the reviews weren't that great. This, by far, is the best. It's a much cheaper version too.
Paku (translated as wings in English) offers Php199.00 for unlimited chicken wings and unlimited rice. The meal is best enjoyed in a group. If it is your first time to try, I suggest that you take all 8 flavors. You can ask for the flavors of your choice later. Make sure to order enough, though. Leftover chicken costs Php20.00 per piece.
My favorite flavors are teriyaki and lemon pepper.
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For a quick bite of Mexican food, I recommend El Taquito. What I like about the place is that it's not too fancy so I don't have to dress fancy to eat. The place satisfied my craving for burritos, tacos, and quesadilla. It's affordable too.
from top left pic: Beef Brisket, Chicken Taco Salad, Bullet Sandwich, Half Order of Short Rib, Quesadilla
Here's a preview of their menu: