Cebu, the country’s oldest city, has so much more to offer than the famed Sinulog Festival, with century-old churches, long white sandy beaches, world class diving, unspoiled countryside, and a rich culinary history – Cebu City has something for everyone! Food is central to the Cebuano experience! Your trip wouldn’t be complete without tasting the best … Continue reading Cebu Food Trip: Eat Like a Local in Cebu! (2016)
One favorite street food of Pinoys is barbecue–pork or chicken meat or giblets skewered on sticks and cooked over a charcoal grill. For Cebuanos, the go-to place for barbecue is Matias in Mandaue City. Nestled under the shade of sweet star apple trees, this open-air eatery sells very affordable pork barbecue, chicken barbecue, chorizo, pork … Continue reading MATIAS BBQ: Cebu’s Favorite Barbecue Spot! (Review)
Eating Lechon is central to your Cebu experience! Dubbed as the “Lechon Capital” of the Philippines, Cebu prides itself in having perfected the art of roasting pigs, and in the tastiness and crispiness its lechon is known for. We asked locals where we could find the best lechon and they all pointed us to Rico’s Lechon, pioneer of the famous Spicy Lechon. … Continue reading RICO’s LECHON: “Da Best Gyud” Most Awesome Lechon in Cebu!
Discover the City of Love–beyond it’s famed Dinagyang Festival, century-old churches, majestic mansions, and unspoiled countryside–through its exotic delicacies. Iloilo is hometown to the grandmother of Abi of Team Our Awesome Planet. So expect a local’s perspective as her friends and relatives tour her around the town. Here are the top 8 dishes you should try to complete your … Continue reading ILOILO FOOD: 8 Must Try Local Dishes on Your Next Iloilo Food Trip! (2016)