Sunday, August 30, 2015

Annual Cebu Trip with Ate and Gilly

Ate, Gilly and I go to Cebu every year to celebrate my birthday.

We love to eat our favorite food!

We checked in at Waterfront Hotel.

The first destination was Rico's Lechon at the Ridges Commercial Center right beside Sykes Mabolo on F. Cabahug St.

We ordered one platter each of lechon.

It is so stressful when I have to share my lechon because I eat so slow. At least I can take my time knowing that nobody will get from my plate.

Extra lechon skin!

I was so happy when I heard Gilly say after eating lechon:

"I just need an hour and I could eat again!"

A true blood relative! She does not even know my requirement for a traveling partner.

Said partner should be able to eat every hour on the hour!

I already trained Mona and Jing to eat every hour when they are with me.

Breakfast was supposed to be at the Abaca Baking Company but we had dessert there instead.

I ordered the Old Fashioned Layered Cake.

Gilly tried the Chocolate Cream Tart.

Ate's order was the Blueberry Cheesecake.

So lucky that we were able to hear mass the Ayala Center's Chapel. Late afternoon snack was Majestic near the Chapel.

I really loved the Siomai!!!

I could eat several baskets of these!

We also ordered Pancit Bam-i


Chicken Feet

Radish Cake


Snow Halo Halo!!!! Shaved milk ice!

We walked around the mall because we needed to get hungry again for dinner! Such a tough eating itinerary when you are with me.

Finally, after a while, we went to Kusina Uno. We never go to Cebu without eating Pochero, their version of Bulalo.

Extra Marrow!!!!

That was the end of my eating activity for the day.

Breakfast buffet was such a wheatful spread! I ate bread, pancakes and waffles!!!

I loved their bacon. I even asked for the brand but they said, they get it from a supplier.

Last meal in Cebu....

CNT Lechon!

Chicharon Bulaklak

I ordered siomai

And Steamed Rice from Dimsum break.

That concludes my dining adventure in Cebu!

Thank you so much Ate and Gilly!!!

We already have our itinerary for next year!





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