Ho Ngohiong is the brainchild of the Bernardo siblings. The business started off as a simple pushcart and table in front of the home of the Bernardos. They eventually set up a small dining area in the garage of their home. While many of their customers eat the ngohiong inside the place, there are also a number who take the dish out. Ho Ngohiong has at least five branches located in different parts of the city. These places are in Banilad, Mambaling, Labangon, P. del Rosario, and Andres Abellana.
TJRB Ngohiong is a small eatery specializing in ngohiong. The place is located right across the old Sacred Heart School campus along General Maxilom Avenue. It has been serving freshly-cooked ngohiong for some time already. Many of their customers were former students of Sacred Heart before the school transferred to Canduman. Since the place is rather small, some customers would take out their orders so they can enjoy the ngohiong in the comfort of their homes.
Atek’s Ngoyong Train is another ngohiong place hidden in the side streets of Mabolo. It is a hole-in-the-wall place where you can find not only the ngohiong but a good number of other Cebuano dishes. It is one of the places where medical representatives would eat their lunch while having a meeting. Atek’s Ngoyong Train is located along President Roxas Street in Villa Aurora Subdivision, Mabolo.
Ngohiong Express is another home-grown fast food offering the ngohiong as its main product. The business has grown over the years and has numerous branches all over metro Cebu. In fact, the company is already offering franchising opportunities to anyone interested in setting up their own business. Ngohiong Express can be found along Pope John Paul Street in Mabolo, V. Rama Avenue, and J. Lorente Street.
When you talk about ngohiong to a Cebuano, Doming’s Ngohiong always comes to mind. The place can be considered as an institution in the food landscape of Cebu. It may even be among the first places to offer the ngohiong in the market. There are even some restaurants that source out their ngohiong from Doming’s. The place is so popular that you will have to go there before lunchtime so you can get your hands of their superbly delicious ngohiong. Doming’s is located along Fairlane Village Road, Guadalupe. They have a new location at the ground floor of the Pacific Tourist Inn at the corner of Balintawak and V. Gullas Streets.
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