Ilo-Ilo / Where The Travels

ILOILO CITY: Iloilo

FOOD, Philippines: VISAYAS

November 20-21, 2011

 

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A lot has been said about this province tucked gently at pretty much the bosom of the Philippine archipelago— from it being the birthplace of the famous Dinagyang Festival/Jose Mari Chan/Sen. Miriam Santiago/Graciano Lopez Jaena/Mang Inasal (boo-yah!), or it being a busy and modern city still breathing the richness of the old world, or it being the gateway to Western Visayas known for its abundant natural wonders.

But the girls and I had our quick detour there covered… with the intent of stuffing ourselves with the best of the best: FOOD.

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MOLAVE MILK STATION: Barili, Cebu

FOOD

That kid in you will undoubtedly break into cheerful spirits if you find yourself on a long and potentially dreary road trip going South-West of the Cebu province because the Molave Milk Station in Barili is patiently waiting to lure you in with its dairy magic. (Sentence construction WIN.)

K.RIBS: Banawa, Cebu City

FOOD

One hungry night, Jake and I decided to hunt for a carnivorous treat… some meaty goodness. Suddenly, *ploop* a lightbulb! RIBS. But then we wanted to avoid over crowded go-to places such as those in malls or uptown business districts. So, where exactly should we go?

JOED’S LUTONG HAPON: Mabolo, Cebu City

FOOD

A Carenderia With A Nipponggo Twist!