Random Food Trips

by - April 02, 2017

Hey guys,

Just wanna share some of the food moments again. But this time, it's random and selectively yummy. Some of the food cafe's are my favorite now and most of them were just for "first-taste-food-trippers". If you happen to try all of their menus, then that's better for you. What made me try to every cafe I heard is their 'DESSERT'. Who wouldn't like desserts, right? The following cafes are just budget capable that serve delicious food and best selling desserts in this era.

1.  Pizza Republic Pick + Mix by Giuseppe Genco

Located at Salinas Dr, Cebu City, 6000 Cebu, Philippines

Single served pizza. :)

Solo pizza.

They served yummy ice creams.
Baguio Starwberry :)

2.  Yellow Cab Pizza Co.

 Located at W Geonzon St, Apas, Cebu City, 6000 Cebu, Philippines

Pizza is life!


3.  Classic Savory

Located at North Reclamation Area, SM Cebu City

OMG! Chicken :)


Mango Pudding :)

4.  Coffee Prince, Cebu

Located at 0246 Osmeña Blvd, Cebu City, 6000 Cebu, Philippines.

Bulgogi  Nachos

Frappaholic :)

Bulgogi Panini

5.  The Burrow Lounge

Located at Wilson St., Lahug (Cebu City) 6000 Cebu City Cebu Philippines.

Garlic Parmesan Chicken

Classic Chicken and Teriyaki Mild Chicken


6.  La Lola Churreria

Located at SM CITY Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines.

A bouquet of churros :)




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