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The me­trop­o­lis is see­ing plenty of new restaurants along­side ones that are get­ting wel­come makeovers. All these mean fresher of­fer­ings in Cebu's din­ing scene, like this Spicy Cheesy Chix from Fat Dois.

Sun.Star Cebu Weekend - - Content - Deneb R. Batu­can & Pa­tri­cia May P. Catan Of SunS­tar Week­end

It is in­nate in man to seek for new and bet­ter things. Which is why SunS­tar Week­end gives you the low­down on the new­est foodie at­trac­tions that would surely sat­isfy your palate and fill your stom­ach with mouth­wa­ter­ing food. Take a culi­nary trip to the lat­est restaurants in town and be filled with the fa­mil­iar and the new dishes that these places have to of­fer.

Cebu def­i­nitely has a growing culi­nary com­mu­nity, what with new restaurants that carry tra­di­tional dishes that have be­come like home and in­no­va­tive dishes that keep our palates open to new va­ri­eties. Check out these places as you em­bark upon a food-filled ad­ven­ture with friends and fam­ily.

Look­ing for an af­ford­able place to dine with freshly cooked meals? Stan's Tinolahan + Grill is serv­ing just that. In this fast-paced life, find­ing the per­fect restau­rant for your ev­ery­day week­day meals can be such a dilemma. Stan's Tinolahan + Grill will uniquely solve this dilemma shared among Ce­buanos by bal­anc­ing af­ford­abil­ity and serv­ing home­cooked meals. Ba­si­cally your kitchen away from home, Stan's Tinolahan + Grill will re­mind you of your mother's cook­ing. Among the dishes that are worth sa­vor­ing and rav­ing about are the tinolang tangigue, linarang tasik, pochero, le­chon kawali crispy fried chicken, pork bar­beque, and grilled pork belly.

Cover photo by AL­LAN CUIZON Cover de­sign by JOSUA CABRERA


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