Casa Verde is an American-style casual dining restaurant located along Lim Tian Teng Street (formerly Ranudo Street). The place started off as a cafeteria of sorts for the boarders of the owner. It also catered to students living close to the area. The place eventually became a full-scale restaurant. Casa Verde has become one of the most popular restaurants in Cebu. They eventually opened three other branches in Cebu and two branches in Manila.
The Minnan Chinese Cuisine along General Maxilom Avenue is a branch of the popular hole-in-the-wall restaurant located in downtown Cebu. The original branch of the restaurant is similar to a cafeteria where patrons would go to the counter and select the food they want. The second branch in uptown Cebu is more of a formal restaurant complete with waiters and waitresses.
The Lighthouse Restaurant along General Maxilom Avenue is considered as an institution in the culinary landscape of Cebu. The restaurant has hosted numerous family get-togethers and continues to offer among the best Filipino food in the Queen City of the South.
The Abaca Baking Company has made a name for itself in the restaurant industry of Cebu. Starting with its first branch at the Crossroads, the restaurant has attracted locals and visitors to the Queen City of the South with their wide selection of baked items. Aside from the Crossroads and Robinson’s Cybergate, the Abaca Baking Company also has branches in Paseo Arcenas in Banawa. Ayala Center Cebu, and Cebu IT Park.
Similar to the Lighthouse Restaurant, Abuhan Restaurant is also an institution in the food landscape of Cebu. In fact, locals typically bring visitors to the place for lunch and dinner. The restaurant offers Filipino food that has piqued the discriminating taste of Cebuanos.
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