So we did last 2008 and what I remember beyond how the food taste like is how hot, crowded and full of smoke the place was. Such is the ambiance and though it adds to the overall appeal of Larsian, I knew it could get improve.
Fast forward 2013 and I was back in Lasian--- alone.I noticed that this time, it's more airy, spacious and bright.Nice! Dati halos di ka na makahinga sa usok.
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WHERE TO EAT IN CEBU CITY: LARSIAN ihaw-ihaw
If it is fine dining you are after but would like stay away from the typical food stalls of Ayala (that is, pag lagi kana sa Ayala) , a good alternative would be Cebu IT Park.They have a few good restaurants in there that are a little high end.I was still full after having lunch over at Kontiki Dive Resort after our freediving when I dropped by here so I hunted for something else ----dessert.
And thank for this Singaporean's blog, I came to know about La Marea's Warm Brownie Cup.
It was two years ago when the blog post was written and barely two years later and they have already increased the price by 40%. From 100 per cup, it now costs 140 pesos.A little pricey if I may say so given the small serving and simple presentation.
Still, a dessert that will definitely warm your heart each time----happiness!
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I paid 283Php for this along with the Big Iced Tea
Seeing all diverse dining option is Cebu City, I think some sort of culinary renaissance is happening.Cebu is becoming more than just lechon.I am excited to try other restaurants when I return.
Flying to Cebu City soon?