Food

Review: Paku

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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Review: El Taquito

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:

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Review: Delice-yoso!

Looking for a good place to dine with a view? That is definitely at Delice! Delice is best known for its full bar (yes, wine, whisky, scotch are available too), and romantic view.

The food, although most reviews may not agree, I'd say is good too. It offers a variety of choices for the diners - from salad, to sandwiches, to pancakes, to steak. 

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Review: #batchoy328

I must admit. I've known of this hidden place from Instagram posts of foodie friends. They claim it's the best batchoy in town. I'm not a fan of batchoy in Cebu because I've never tasted anything better than LuckyMe batchoy instant noodles. Yes, I prefer LuckyMe than the batchoy I've tasted so far. What made me move to find out for myself is the fact that the chef is also the same one who had Uncle Noodles. Remember that restaurant?

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Review: Kushiyaki Chikuzenya

AS Fortuna is a hub of good foodie surprises. Along that street, you'll find a variety of Japanese, Korean, and Filipino restaurants. Today we're trying a relatively new foodie place called Kushiyaki Chikuzenya. Well, it's new only to me because the restaurant is actually operational for almost 3 years now. They will be celebrating their 3rd year anniversary this April. Chikuzenya is one-third of its more famous food chain called Chibori and Barikata that are both located at Cebu IT Park.

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