Just goes to show that I haven't really been out in Cebu much. I've heard of Abaseria many times but haven't tried it. But thanks to our gracious hosts Cary Santiago and Jude Bacalso, I finally had the chance to go. Ang sarap lang. Can't believe I've missed out for this long. Its home cooked food in a tourist showcase ambience. Very comfy and homey.
Ay, di ko nausog yung monobloc. Ahihi.
Utensils for giants. What is the history of wooden spoons? Remember it used to be so "uso" to have a giant spoon and fork on the walls na naka eks? Whhyyy?
Chalk board menu.
With a ceiling made of seeds.
And the pasalubong showcase, where everything in the shelves were for sale.
For starters, we had the Kamote thins and dilis/pusit crisps. Yum.
And a Cebuano specialty, a rice called "Mais", which is more compact, similar in texture to couscous.
What's Cebu without danggit?
Loved this dish, humba Cebuano style.
And their specialty: bangus belly
YUMBURGERS to the nth! Thanks Car and Jud!