Hawaiian Food Experience at Shaka

by - March 01, 2017

Hey Guys,

Want to share some photos about Hawaiian food. Luckily, I work at a place where you can easily find food places to chill with whenever you're on a break or taking out lunch or dinner  and or during work days break time. I am interested to dine at the newest built resto bar in Garden bloc so my partner and I tried for the first time.

Shaka, Its unique Hawaiian styled cool and hippy restaurant is definitely worth a try. Located in hustling and bustling of the city jungle life, the Garden Bloc, Cebu IT Park. 


Right side wing view of the resto bar.



These pretty umbrellas :)


Love it :)


These interior designs of the resto bar.....

Refreshing view 


and that Tiki wall decor 


Surfing boards on the ceiling.


Sparkling Watermelon Juice :)


These PineApple Rice Platter, Grilled Pork belly, and Grilled Shrimp-Chorizos are yummylicious.

Aloha, Cocolada !

Hawaiian Style Fish Tacos


Yummy


--- Hauʻoliʻai ---

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