Best of Cebu's Food & Delicacy

Cebu's food and delicacy that you should try while you are in Cebu

Best of Cebu - Ampao

Ampao

The best ampao can be found in Carcar, located at the southeastern part of Cebu. Our own version of rice crispies, it is a white, sweet and crunchy treat sprinkled with peanuts. It is rectangular in shape and has a thick width that would require one to open up his mouth wider tha

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Best of Cebu - Danggit

Danggit

It is a salted dried fish that is best paired with hot rice and dipped in vinegar. Others prefer a mixture of vinegar and crushed chili peppers with a dash of salt. Others might want to add a little bit more of spices to enhance the flavor. Onions, garlics, ginger are some of the

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Best of Cebu - Dried Mango

Dried Mango

Fancy eating something sweet and healthy? You might as well try Cebu's dried mangoes. The best tasting dried mangoes in the country, if not the world. This ripe, sun dried mangoes is good for snacks and desserts. It has a chewy consistency that makes its taste linger in your mou

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Best of Cebu - Otap

Otap

Otap is an oval biscuit made of flour, sugar, shortening and the ever reliable coconut. Sprinkled with sugar, a careless bite of this fragile biscuit would send fragments of it flying to the floor. But it is not as scary as it sounds; though one have to admit that eating otap is

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Best of Cebu - Puso

Puso

Nobody knows where the word puso comes from. In the Tagalog language, puso means "heart." But this puso we're talking about is food. It is pronounced as puso. It is rice wrapped in coconut leaves shaped like a diamond. At least that's what it looks like to me.

The making of p

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