Food and Dining
Being a true-blue Cebuano, one must have tasted the ever-famous local vegetable soup or in local dialect, “Utan Bisaya”.
Inun-unan na Isda is fish cooked with vinegar and spices.
We know a lot of non-Filipinos who love adobo – may it be chicken or pork.
Ginaling is a dish of minced meat and sautéed with garlic and onions. It's incredibly easy to make.
Rich or poor, bread is something that is always on every Filipino’s table.
Puso or hanging rice, as the name suggest is actually just rice, wrapped in banana leaves and steamed to perfection.
To the rest of the world, tempura is a Japanese dish of seafood, meat or vegetables that is battered and deep fried.
Cebu is known for its exquisite and unique food trips and Sutukil is one of those things that always pop up when in the island.
Tuslob Buwa is a food originally made by Cebuanos in Pasil.
"Food is life" phrases that Filipino citizens are commonly used in their social media accounts with their attached photos of their favorite dishes.