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Delectable Feast at these AweSM Homegrown Restaurants at SM 

Cebu, also known as the Queen City of the South, offers more than just a picturesque beaches and significant landmarks. It is a haven of gastronomic pleasures that can cater to the cravings of those with sweet tooth, and those in search of savory dishes.

These homegrown Cebuano restaurants who have been part of families’ celebrations are delighted to share their flavors and experiences to those who visit them in SM City Cebu and SM Seaside City Cebu.

Experience the rich and authentic taste of Filipino cuisine at PAOLITO’S SEAFOOD HOUSE, your go-to destination for fresh and flavorful seafood when in Cebu.  The restaurant’s ambiance resembles a museum with its abundance of figurines, memorabilia, and paintings.

Paolito’s Seafood House is located in SM City Cebu and SM Seaside City Cebu.

CAFÉ LAGUNA, a name that symbolizes the excellence of Filipino cuisine, welcomes Cebuanos & visitors to a sumptuous Filipino cuisine that are from the family’s heirloom recipe and those that highlight the local ingredients as well.

The iconic dishes like Puto Bumbong, Karekare, Crispy Pata, Fresh Lumpia, and Palabok Tagalog with baked and shredded Tinapa Flakes have become synonymous with its name. Café Laguna has branches in SM City Cebu and SM Seaside City Cebu.

SM Seaside City brought back the annual LECHON FESTIVAL located at the City Wing Atrium. Happening every Sinulog celebration, the Lechon Festival is a gathering of Cebu’s different lechoneros from the city and from the province all in one venue.

Cebu’s lechon stands out for its crispy exterior, achieved through a distinctive roasting technique. The use of a special blend of herbs and spices in the marinade sets Cebu’s lechon apart, and it is best paired with “puso” – the very famous native hanging rice.

The latest addition to Cebu’s vibrant food scene is WU YANG, dubbed to be the city’s most authentic Cantonese restaurant.  There are many dishes on the menu that are a must-try and highlight the best of Cantonese cuisine. A show-stopper, the Peking duck wrap is expertly roasted and wrapped.

The flavors of Cantonese and Filipino come together in the Lechon Macau, which has tender meat and crispy skin. A few other standout dishes are their Tofu with mixed vegetables, Char Kway Teow homemade rice noodles, and Cantonese Fried Chicken served with five spices. Its first branch is located in SM Seaside City Cebu.

MAJESTIC RESTAURANT is a well-loved Chinese restaurant that takes pride in their deep history and loyal customers.

Majestic also provides set menus for customers, making it easier to select dishes and stay within a budget.

These menus include rice, soups, noodles, two main dishes, and dessert. Majestic Restaurant is located in SM City Cebu and SM Seaside City Cebu.

If you love seafood and fried cuisine, try the mouthwatering offerings of SUTUKIL BY THE SEA in SM Seaside City Cebu.

Sutukil is a traditional seafood preparation and cooking technique that means “sugba, tuwa, kilaw” in Cebuano language.

Today, sutukil rose to prominence and became a defining aspect of Cebu’s culinary scene.

Diners can select from a range of locally sourced, fresh seafood options. They are also willing to accommodate any special requests for preparing your order. Sutukil by the Bay is located in SM Seaside City Cebu.

With its diverse heritage and emphasis on fresh ingredients, Cebuano dishes are sure to satisfy your taste buds and leave you wanting more!

Written by Village Connect

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