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Monday, September 24, 2012

Enjoy Southeast Asian Cuisine at Little Saigon Big Bangkok

If you are looking for a joint that serves Southeast Asian favorites like Pad Thai, Satay, Rendang, Banh Mi or Curry, you can check Little Saigon Big Bangkok in Guadalupe, Cebu City.  The restaurant offers Thai, Vietnamese, Indonesian, and Malaysian favorite in a relaxing atmosphere.

Little Saigon Big Bangkok Restaurant Cebu
Look for the sign ;)
 How to get there: Driving - Just go to V. Rama Avenue and drive towards the Guadalupe Church.  Turn right at the corner right after the Guadalupe Barangay Hall. It will be just a few meters from the corner (it will be on the right side, just look for the signage).  Alternative route is via Andres Abellana.
Commute - Ride Jeepney route 06B 0r 06H and just go down at the Barangay Hall. Alternative is 06D (just tell the driver that you are getting off at the street going to the Barangay Hall)

Food choices, LSBB, Guadalupe, Cebu City
 Little Saigon Big Bangkok (LSBB)offers starters like Goi Con, Salads and Roti Canai.  They also Vietnamese and Thai Soups. The restaurant offers beef, chicken, fish, and pork dishes for the main course.  They also have sandwiches which is quite popular in Vietnam.  They also serve plain rice and different kinds of fried rice and noodles. To complete a meal, dessert is also available.
Vietnamese Spring Roll (Goi Cuon)

Vietnamese Beef Noodle Soup (Pho Bo)



Pork Banh Mi

Pad Thai

If you love Southeast Asian Cuisine, this restaurant is a must try.  For a couple bring around Php800 because you might want to order the interesting dishes that they serve. ขอให้เจริญอาหาร!  ;)

Contact Info:
Phone: 09173119859 and 032 415 0228

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Singapore-inspired: Uncle Noodles

If you love noodles, try going to Uncle Noodles at the Lower Ground Area 2 Mango Place, General Maxilom Avenue, Cebu City, and experience the offerings of a Singapore-inspired noodle shop.

 Uncle Noodles is a nice place to have lunch or dinner.  It is airy and it gives you that feel of an old-style "mamihan".  When it comes to food selection, it is all about noodles.  You can have it dry or with soup. You can even order bread or siopao to accompany your noodle. The are also several toppings to choose from like chicken, char siu, prawn, sharskfin, etc.  For the soup you can have it either in clear chicken stock or you can have laksa.  The price is in between your mami and the ramen in Japanese restos. A complete meal with cost around 150 pesos.  

Uncle Noodles has recently opened a branch in the Food Choices area of Ayala Center Cebu.  If you are the type that love noodles, try it and tell me what you think. ;)