Among long-time residents of Cebu, the batchoy is closely associated with Carlo’s Batchoy, which is one of the most popular batchoy places in the city. In fact, long time residents of Cebu would have fond memories of the place. It was where they would normally end up after a night out on Fridays. Some would even visit the place with their families on weekends.
Batchoyhouse328 may be new to the industry, but it is gradually becoming one of the go-to places for people craving for this popular Ilonggo dish. Located along M. Veloso Street, Guadalupe, Batchoyhouse328 is a hole-in-the-wall place that was established by the chef of Uncle Noodles and Chop-Chop Food Centre. The place has built a good following among food lovers in Cebu.
Another hole-in-the-wall place selling batchoy in the Queen City of the South is Row’s Batchoy House. The place is managed by the sister of a well-known makeup artist in Cebu. They initially sold batchoy at the Lapu-Lapu public market, but the place was gutted by fire in 1992. She later decided to open Row’s at the ground floor of the house of her aunt. The eatery has a homey ambiance, which is highlighted by the decorations of the place.
While Melton’s Halo-Halo is more popular for their halo-halo, the menu of the place actually includes the batchoy. Melton’s Halo-Halo was established over two decades ago and continues to serve good food to customers all around the island of Cebu. The batchoy of the place is also one of the food items customers look for whenever they drop by.
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