We didn't have the energy to look for unique places to eat so after checking into our hotel, we headed straight for Ayala Center Cebu.
Day 1 Dinner - Lemon Grass
We were famished and super tired and were in no condition to think. But we wanted something refreshing, something we have never tried even in Manila. So we went for Lemon Grass, a Thai and Vietnamese restaurant at the Ayala Center Terraces.
Gosh. Everything's just so green! Even the meat. Literally! (Had to adjust the settings or everything would look yellower than they already were.)
Lovely. Just lovely. It tasted so refreshing, too!
Interesting piece of art hanging over our table. Heh.
All in all, we were pretty much satisfied with our meal. At first, I thought it was very expensive, but that particular meal was actually good for four people. We had lots of leftovers that night...
Day 2 Merienda - Chocolatier
We had a scheduled meeting with Cebuano multimedia artists but our 1PM appointment was rescheduled to 6PM. Finding ourselves with a bit of spare time (lunch took long, will explain in a future blog entry), we decided to go visit Ayala Center again for snacks.
Chocolatier in Ayala Center Cebu seems to be positioned in a favorable location. That was why it beckoned to me.
And that particular chocolate was what was used in this fondue.
Hopefully, we can eat somewhere else tomorrow, during the culmination of the Sinulog Festival. I don't like the idea of staying inside malls when we're in an unfamiliar place, but it seems like all the celebrations are concentrated around Osmeña Circle, which is filled with malls. Anyway, we'll see.
I will be posting about Cebu's more popular delicacies (their special lechon being one of them) soon...
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