Food Crawl at Bonifacio District
Japan is one of my favorite countries in Asia. I have always admired their culture, place and most of all their food. When I visited Japan last year, I did enjoy their food. From street foods of Dotonbori in Osaka to the famous Ichiran Ramen in Tokyo.
The memory of how the food tastes definitely makes me dream of coming back to Japan soon. Ramen, sushi, and maki really are the best that I can remember.
Just this month, I got invited to do a food crawl in Bonifacio district in Mandaue City, Cebu. I did not even realize that I am about to try the best of Japan and the bonus part is… it is available here in my place: Cebu City!
So, what do you think, I did? of course, I seized the day! Let me tour you around, to the very best restaurants we have in Cebu. Only at the Bonifacio district.
Mitsuyado Seimen is a ramen restaurant that was founded in 2005. You can choose between "Tsukemen" and "Ramen".
Tsukemen means that the noodles are separated from the soup and you can dip them in the soup right before you eat them. Usually, tsukemen noodles are served cold.
Mitsuyado Seimen opens at 11am t o11:30pm from Sundays to Thursdays 11am to 2am Fridays and Saturdays
Ueshima Coffee Company (UCC) Clockwork
The second in Cebu branch of Ueshima Coffee Company (UCC) Clockwork.
|Mango Crepe Samurai|
Among the rest of the coffee shops here in Cebu. UCC is special to me as it gives me my favorite coffee which is not available in other coffee shops and this is the "Kori Kohi:
They also have Affogato
UCC Clockwork opens at 7am to 12 am daily.
Cebuanos are so lucky to have the best restaurants situated in one location. Coco Ichibanya, Mitusyado Seimen, and UCC Clockwork at Bonifacio District, 341 F. Cabahug St, Mandaue City, 6000 Cebu.
Experience the best of Japan at Bonifacio District!