I was very fortunate that when I worked in Cebu, I got an accommodation at La Guardia Flats 1 with a very nice view of Cebu IT Park be it daytime or nighttime.
When I'm in my unit's terrace, I can see the landscape of the back part of Cebu IT Park, especially the Pyramid, which is a dazzling bar at night.
|The Pyramid at daytime.|
|View of the Pyramid and IT Park at night from La Guardia Flats 1.|
|Me having a drink at the Pyramid.|
Next to pyramid is a food bazaar named Sugbo Mercado. If you are an expatriate in Cebu, this is the place where you can find international delicacies.
|Signage of Sugbo Mercado|
|Stalls selling international delicacies.|
|A stall selling Hokkaido Cheese Tart.|
What I like about this bazaar is that it provides a clean and orderly dining area, though most of the time it is crowded. Anyhow, there is a high chance that a diner can find a table.
|Clean dining area.|
Of course, this food place offers local delicacies such as tinuom, a Cebuano variant of chicken tinola wrapped in banana leaf. The chicken used is a native.
|Tinuom, a Cebuano chicken delicacy.|
|Description of Tinuom|
They also have this grilled native chicken prepared in a primitive way where they marinate it with native spices and stuffed with native herbs.
|Roasted Native Chicken|
|Description of the Roasted Native Chicken|
You also have seafood choices. What I like about their seafoods is that it is fresh, and there are variety of it. They also cook it in different ways.
|Serving of a Garlic Shrimp|
A food place in Cebu will not be complete without lechon, and related dishes, such as liempo, and pork belly lechon roll. I always buy these foods from Kusina Guadalupe.
|Kusina Guadalupe, one of my favorite stalls at Sugbo Mercado.|
|Pork Belly Lechon Roll by Kusina Guadalupe.|
It is always fun to hangout in this food bazaar. Aside from being economical, it offers lots of food choices of high gastronomic quality. And there's free entertainment too!