Get to Know Local Food
Danggit, otap, and other local delicacies can be found here. Beware! You'll surely feel the urge to take a bite of Cebu's best local food.
If you haven’t tasted Balamban Liempo’s succulent meat and crispy skin, you haven’t eaten the best liempo yet. Comparable to lechon, this original Cebu business would make you fall in love with their pork belly. What started as a hole […]
Colloquially dubbed as such, dried mangoes are bits and pieces of ripe mangoes that were dried out under the sun. Their chewy texture and sweet taste make dried mangoes so addictive that you will crave for more. Made from the […]
Aside from its magnificent tourist attractions, wonderful sights, elegant hotels and pristine beaches, Cebu is also host to a number of gastronomic treats, one of which is the masareal, a known delicacy that originated from Mandaue City. These sweet nibbles […]
Mandaue City, Cebu’s most famous native delicacies are bibingka, budbud or bud-bud, masareal, and tagaktak. The bibingka is a rice cake made of ground rice, coconut milk, buko strips, sugar, and either yeast or coconut alcohol. Many, who have tasted […]
(Chicheria: Filipino slang for snacks like chips, crackers, etc.) Chicharon is a very popular snack in Cebu and all over the Philippines. This crunchy delight is one of Cebu’s best and tastiest products. Chicharon are pork skin cracklings that are […]
No Filipino can ever mistake the smell of the buwad for something else. The mere whiff of the buwad can make any appetite soar or any hungry stomach growl. Here in the Philippines, salted and dried fish is commonly known […]
The rosquillos are cookies that originated from the Municipality of Liloan, Cebu. The cookies are circular in shape with flower-like edges and a ring shaped hole...
The bibingka is a rice cake popular in the Philippines and made of basic ingredients consisting of rice flour, sugar, butter and coconut milk. Cooking bibingka involves placing burning coals on top of...