Parilya IL Curso, SRP

Parilya in Il Curso is one of The Laguna Group’s babies who is living up to the company’s stamp of proven success in the food industry over the years. The dining formula at Parilya is the same with its forerunner sister Cafe Laguna (one of my top picks for Best of Cebu restaurants) which is classic comfort food with a traditional Cebuano flare. Parilya offers home-cooked style dishes specializing in seafood, grill and lechon!

The restaurant is spacious and probably the biggest tenants to date in Il Curso Mall. Beautifully situated in an urban business center of SRP, coming here will get you a glorious experience of both dining and leisure. The ocean-front vibe will put you in the relaxing mood paired with good food – definitely a great pick for family bonding. The white hue interiors make the restaurant look more appealing. I’ve been here twice (over dinner and lunch) and  in both occasions, the experience has been nothing but A for Awesome. I, personally, prefer and appreciate my lunch visit for a simple reason that I enjoy the view more in daylight. 🙂Read More »

Mangaon Ta sa KKD STK + BBQ, Cebu City

Cebu’s food industry has grown so much in the past years. A lot of Filipino-themed restaurants are opening in every corner, but there’s always one or two that stands out above the rest, right? Usually, these restaurants are the ones we frequent for get-togethers or special gatherings. Nothing beats eating good food together with the people we love. Good food is always associated with great moments with family and friends. What better way to do this than having our very own Filipino favorites served on our table together with the people we care about.

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I can only count a few Pinoy restaurants in Cebu City that I consider my ‘go-to’ foodie place for Filipino dishes. One of which is this Cebuano-owned resto named KKD STK + BBQ located at the corner of MJ Cuenco Ave, near Plaza Independencia. I had the opportunity to meet and have a sit down with one of the owners, Clem, who was very accommodating to us. He’s a home-grown Cebuano businessman who understands what every Pinoys want in their food. KKD (for short) became a hit to the Cebu folks because the place has friendly servers, VERY GOOD food, and unintimidating facade. I became an instant fan the first time I came here. They have very delicious food choices, with a very Filipino taste. But the best thing about KKD is the affordability of their menu. The price of their dishes is much lower compared to others. Who would expect such tasty dishes coupled with pretty plating would be this reasonable? Where can you find an entre within the city that only costs P80.00! You definitely double your money’s worth.Read More »