Sun.Star Cebu - - LIVE! - MON­ICA R. LOPEZ / Writer and pho­tog­ra­pher

Cebu is loaded with food op­tions and it doesn’t seem to run out of room for more. En­ter Misto Restau­rant, one of the new­est restau­rants in the city by Seda Ayala Cen­ter Cebu. Here are some things to look for­ward to when din­ing at Misto:


To dine at Misto is to ex­pect a myr­iad of se­lec­tions. Af­ter all the word Misto in Ital­ian means “mixed.” The restau­rant cur­rently of­fers a break­fast buf­fet and its newly launched lunch buf­fet called “Fla­vors of Seda.” It is home to a va­ri­ety of in­ter­na­tional cuisines like In­dian, Ja­panese, Ital­ian and Span­ish, to name a few.

Filipino Fare

Along­side the in­ter­na­tional se­lec­tion are its na­tive dishes with must-try se­lec­tions like pork humba, pancit de Cebu, le­chon belly, sin­uglaw and other lo­cal fa­vorites. There’s also the DIY (Do-It-Your­self ) halo­halo sta­tion, an as­sort­ment of home­made cakes and pas­tries, as well as lo­cal bites like biko, puto cheese and more.

Con­tem­po­rary set­ting

The place adds to the lo­cal din­ing scene what with Misto’s con­tem­po­rary set­ting, as well as the gar­den vibe—should the mood to eat al fresco strikes. This, along with the in­ter­na­tional fla­vors, makes for a great space for get-to­geth­ers with fam­ily and friends.


Din­ing at a buf­fet isn’t just about the quan­tity but also va­ri­ety—what with its choices—which makes it much fun. Each dish is served with Seda’s trade­mark hos­pi­tal­ity that makes one feel at home. “We strive to be the home of Filipino hos­pi­tal­ity. We hope our guests feel the warmth of our ser­vice while en­joy­ing the gen­er­ous spread,” said Seda Ayala Cen­ter Cebu’s di­rec­tor of sales and mar­ket­ing Frances Al­fa­fara.

Misto’s break­fast buf­fet is avail­able daily from 6 to 10 a.m. while its lunch buf­fet is served daily from 12 noon to 2 p.m. It will launch its din­ner buf­fet by mid-De­cem­ber.

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