CAFE UNO, which is located at the ground floor of Waterfront Cebu, is and has always been one of the premiere dining destinations when it comes to class and quality food and service. Although Cafe Uno has been around for quite some time, having garnered the loyalty of avid foodies, there is still a common perception that hotel food can be a bit pricey. And I can’t lie, there might be some truth in that, but I believe that some things in life are worth spending for and that you always get your money’s worth especially from a prestigious hotel chain.
But now, at P888.00, food lovers can finally enjoy their famous buffet without having to worry about breaking bank. At this reasonable price, you can now take advantage of their buffet that highlights the best food all around the world like sashimi from Japan, lechon from the Philippines, laksa from Singapore, pasta from Italy and many more!
For those who are thinking that their food selection might not be as huge as compared to the common trend of buffet chains lately, you can expect that each dish at Cafe Uno is always up to par. Quality over quantity is what I always say 🙂
Here are a few photos from my recent trip there:
Salad bar with fresh vegetables, cold cuts and cheese- the perfect appetizers
Japanese station with tuna sashimi and different maki rolls
The Filipino station with all our homegrown favorites
The Chinese and Singaporean section where you can create your own soup dish
Drink all you can beer
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This post made me hungry,
My monthly favorite vlogs are finally back after 4 long months. Sorry, friends!
But anyways, help yourselves to the things that have kept me sane while I was gone.
Love you all,
Seafood City’s latest offering for the month of October is a gastronomical experience like no other. For P680.00 you can enjoy their PALUTO All- You- Can which includes their seafood, meat and a fruit platter which can be cooked according to your preference. At their discounted price, you can help yourselves to their wide array of fresh seafood choices excluding their premium items such as lobsters, crabs, grouper, stone fish and the sea mantis which are charged separately.
PALUTO All- You- Can is not for the greedy though as left overs will be charged P 1,360.00. But with food as good as theirs, left overs are highly unlikely so dine away!
Here are some shots of our feast during the launching of Paluto All- You- Can:
Steamed live suahe soy sauce
Fried fish grouper sweet and sour soup
Tinola tangigue soup
Mud crabs with salt & pepper
Grilled pork belly
For reservations and inquiries, plese call +63 32 260-800
It’s been a long, crazy, sometimes lazy, sometimes painful month or so and I feel like I needed to disconnect myself in order to come back bigger and better. Sorry for that short hiatus.
My life has changed so much lately and I’ve been making some pretty big adjustments including moving to a bigger place, setting new career goals and setting new challenges for myself and for the people around me. I have learned that it is important to keep ourselves constantly excited and always looking forward to something instead of just going with the flow and seeing where life takes us. I have learned that the biggest sacrifices often yield the biggest and most unexpected blessings and above all, that life goes on.
Having said all of this, which by the way is totally unrelated to this blog post, I have realized that when life gets hard (like it always does), we all just need to learn how to stop and smell the flowers. Sometimes the answers to the questions we are looking for are in the most simple things, we just haven’t seen them yet. That’s OK though, we eventually do. I eventually did.
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In line with Sugbo Mercado‘s goal of being able to open food markets in different key locations in the city, their newest outlet at the Ayala Business Park is a clear sign that they are well on their way! Their second branch, which is located behind CIC Main and the MSY building which is also known as the “jogging area” of Ayala, still has everything we have come to love from their first branch which includes tents, ample tables and chairs, a laid back ambiance and that awesome sense of community that is hard to find anywhere else.
I have always patronized this weekend food market because it gives closet or aspiring chefs the opportunity to put themselves out there and get an experience of how it is to run their own business. At the same time, it gives people like me the opportunity to explore my palette without going home empty handed. It’s a fair compromise for everyone plus, the view is great and the music is always on point!
If you want to catch my vlog about how to survive a night at Sugbo Mercado, check it out here.
Another thing that I love so much about Sugbo Mercado are the interesting stories of each and every vendor. Everyone has their own story to tell and their own interesting back stories which I think makes the food taste even better. There’s always something special about our homegrown establishments which you can find out more about on their blog. Their first feature is about a good friend of mine and his success story about Hala Paella and Papa Churros which you can read more about here. They’ve only featured one so far but I am so excited to read about more success stories in the near future.
On their opening weekend, they launched with around 32 vendors and the list continues to grow with each coming week so forgive me if a few of these vendors might not be there anymore or if I’ve missed out on some. But in a nutshell, here is a list of the vendors I was able to meet and their corresponding links so you can check out their menu offerings and prices:
- Tausug spices – must try: Herbed chicken/ curry
- Soul food– must try: Fried ice cream/ Humba with quail eggs/ Mushroom ginabot with sour cream sauce
- Bueno JC Mexicano – must try: Quesadillas/ Tacos/ Tea
- Taho Pub
- Funsea Food Corner
- Hala Paella
- Proben Deluxe de Cagayan – Chicken proben with chocolate dip
- Khan’s Bowls
- Kuzina Guadalupe
- Papa Churros
- Little Chef/ Macology
- Pares Baka Baboy
- Wokstarz – must try: Pad thai
- Frozen Wolf
- Jasmine Teahouse
- Pizza cones Inc. – must try: Hawaiian cone
- Eat, Meat, Repeat
- Pow Bao – must try: Deep fried buns with juicy pork belly (per request only!)
- Buns and Brews
- Chewy Junior
- Papagayu Azul – must try: Enchilada
- La Choza Grill
- John Lemon – must try: Classic lemonade
- Kan-anan ni Nasing
Of course, what kind of food blog would this be without some enticing food photos? Here are some photos of the food I was able to sample during the media launch:
Fried ice cream from Soul Food
So far my favorites have been the Proben Deluxe de Cagayan in Mediterranean & Belgian chocolate sauce, the Hawaiian Pizza cone, John Lemon’s lemonade, everything from Pow Bao, Hala Paella and Wokstarz. I’ll definitely be back this weekend to sample more because you know… why not?
Sugbo Mercado Dos will be open on the following dates:
Sugbo Mercado-IT Park: Wednesday to Sunday, July 6-10, 5PM-1AM!
Sugbo Mercado-CBP : Thursday to Sunday, July 7-10, 4PM-12MN!
For more updates, check out their official blog here
For business inquiries, find out how to join here
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Stay hungry, Stay thirsty… Stay alive,
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I hope they help you gain some inspiration for your school looks!
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Consider me a little late when it comes to popular food choices in Cebu but like the saying goes, better late than never.
The Asian Taco, also known as Pow Bao, invaded Cebu a couple of years ago, first debuting at our favorite food markets until they finally set camp at the Banilad Town Center. Their handful of choices for fillings offer Cebuanos who love to experiment with food with great options such as chicken, pork belly, chorizo and even tofu!
If you’re looking for something heavier, they also offer rice meals with the same meal options.
Pao Baw is actually a fusion of Taiwanese food with a touch of Mexican street food which are both great cuisines individually and surprisingly great together.
Not being the most adventurous with food, I was honestly a bit hesitant to try this meal out but I was delightfully surprised that the Asian Taco was really good and not to mention, extremely filling! I personally enjoyed the chicken and tofu fillings the most.
Assorted (mix of 3 baos) @ P100.00
Rice meals (pork belly, fried chicken, chorizo or tofu) @ P 90.00
Meat+ vegetables +special yellow rice = LOVE!
Baos (pork belly (steamed or fried)/ chorizo/ fried chicken/ tofu) @ P80.00
Pow Bao is located at the front of the Banilad Town Center. Operating hours are from 10:00 am – 9:00 pm everyday.
the rainy seasons is coming, get comfy!
Bowler hat: Hong Kong street market| Choker: Aizilym (@P20.00)| Tshirt: Let’s Stylize