Food stops are getting popular here in Cebu where you can just food establishments are near the road and accessible, it is usually located along the street or in busy areas where people can just come by and have a quick meal instead of going to the malls. One of these is the Makan Ahooy Food Kiosk Cebu.
Located in the busy streets of Salinas Drive Lahug Cebu, across USPF University of Southern Philippines Foundation, where you can easily spot the place, it is like a native restaurant in a hut where you can see different food establishments or tenants in it.
The Place is spacious and the ambiance is great, though they need to get rid of flies though. There are 5 tenants lining up and you can choose dishes and Korean, Filipino, Middle East and Chineses food
One of the tenants is the popular Lasagne Que, they started as an online food stop where they make their known Lasagnas and deliver it per order basis, now they have their first store and still serving the delicious lasagna, so you don’t have to order online and just drop by Makan Ahooy Kiosk and get it your order right away.
If you feel like eating middle east or persian food, then Jacob Shawarma is for you, they served the all time favorite Shawarma and other middle eastern dishes.
If you’re looking for a quick Korean meal and craving for one as well , then Miga Kiling Kiling Restaurant is your choice, serving not only delicious Korean food prepared by experienced cooks making Korean dishes for many years, it is also very affordable compared to other Korean restaurants.
Then there is Mackies Chinoy Street food if you are looking for Chinese food mixed with Filipino cuisine, they served the undisputed Cebuano favorite streetfood dish, the “Ginabot” and “Nghoiong”, their ginabot is huge and is tasty. They also served dimsum food like siomai which is equally good.
Then there is La Moi Food Haus where they serve Filipino dishes and home made meals that will surely feel that you are dining at home, they also have grilled dishes and snacks as well.
Here are some of the dishes you will in Makan Ahooy Food Kiosk (Warning, you might get hungry after viewing 😀 )
Lasagne are wide, flat-shaped pasta, and possibly one of the oldest types of pasta.The word “lasagne”, and, in many non-Italian languages, the singular “lasagna”, can also refer to a dish made with several layers of lasagne sheets alternated with sauces and various other ingredients. -Wiki
Gimbap or kimbap is a Korean dish made from steamed white rice (bap) and various other ingredients, rolled in gim (sheets of dried laver seaweed) and served in bite-size slices. Gimbap is often eaten during picnics or outdoor events, or as a light lunch, served with danmuji or kimchi. -Wiki
If you are staying or working near IT Park or even a student who wants to have a quick food stop with your family and friends then Makan Ahooy Cebu is perfect where you can enjoy different variety and high quality food at affordable price.
Makan Ahooy Food Kiosk Cebu
Location: Salinas Drive (Across USPF Lahug)
The Seafood Island Boodle Feast is first of its kind, creatively re-inventing the way ‘Filipino food bundles for groups’ are created and presented – a trend adapted by most of the other Filipino grill concepts soon thereafter.
BSI Boodle feasts provide customers with a wide array of their Island-Inspired Filipino dishes in a food setting that is perfect for sharing and promotes a literal “bonding” experience – families and friends sharing island-inspired seafood, eating directly from the same big – banana leaf lined boodle tray, where celebratory food is uniquely laid out – where eating with one’s hands is encouraged.
Seafood Bonding Extreme! – Seafood Island offers the best seafood dining experience!
BSI offers Live Seafood choices through Paluto – BSI dishes are made from the freshest catch of the day (live fish, crabs) ensuring excellence in taste and quality. Aside from this, one of the things to look forward to in dining in Cebu branch is that it has a great selection of Crab dishes that will surely satisfy your craving. To name a few, crab items include Szechuan crab, Crab Lilian, Crab Maritess and many more.
You’ve never really ‘Bonded’ until you’ve celebrated with a BSI Boodle Feast! – A get-together with a Boodle Feast is sure to be a most memorable celebration – the kind that makes for ‘photo moments’ and ‘FB Posts’!
Seafood Island Cebu opens its door to Cebuano patrons last December 11, 2013 at the 4th floor of Ayala Center Cebu. Grateful for its humble success, Seafood Island Cebu is expanding by opening its 2nd Cebu store located at Rainforest Park, Mabolo Cebu this September.
Birthday celebration with family and friends are always at its best bonding moment and dining experience at Seafood Island Cebu. Enjoy Free Seafood Island Mug when you celebrate your birthday with us. Continue to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter and Instagram for more store and marketing updates.
Blackbeard’s Seafood Island
With so many park cars outside this restaurant along the road going to Ayala can mean two things, 1st the restaurant is still new and 2nd, they serve great food. I am more interested in the 2nd one, so this time, I got the chance to visit the Kuya J Restaurant Cebu
I was very excited knowing that I will have the chance for the first time to taste the popular Sutukil Manna Restaurant Mactan Cebu food in Lapu-lapu City.
Sutukil Manna Restaurant Mactan Cebu
SuTuKil is not a misspelling of the term shoot to kill, however appropriate it may seem considering the violent history of Mactan. Sutukil merely shortens Sugba-Tula-Kilaw, three cooking styles which the Mactan folks consider their specialty.
There are a lot of Sutokil restaurants in Mactan Cebu, and one of well known restaurant here is ‘Mana’ which located the corner of other stores (you can ask the residents there, they are really willing to help 🙂
The ambiance is good and clean, really good for seafood eating. Their service is prompt and
Overall it was a great dining experience if you are into seafood and you want it fresh, then this place is a must try.
Mactan Shrine, Mactan, Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu, Philippines
+63 32 340 6448