Local Flavors

10 Must-Eat Flavors of Cebu


Belle Piccio
Belle Piccio | Jul 10, 2014

Taste Cebu’s native delicacies for breakfast:

1) Budbud

Read more: Kabog Ka Dito: How to Make Budbud Kabug

Budbud Kabog.

2) Puto Maya and Sikwati

Read more: Puto Maya and Sikwati: Breakfast Power Combo of Cebu

Puto Maya and Sikwati; photo by Berniemack Arellano.

And other local delicacies such as:

3) Torta Mamon

Torta mammon; photo from pinoyrecipe.net.

4) Binangkal

Read more: Binangkal: A Cebuano Native Delicacy

Binangkal; photo from linutoniditto.blogspot.com.

Or check out some of Cebu’s street food:

5) Ginabot

Read more: Tasty! Crispy! Intestines?

Ginabot; photo hubpages.com.

Pack some pasalubong for your friends and family:

6) Masareal

Read more: Masareal: Cebu’s Nutty Pasalubong


7) Dried Mangoes

Read more: Sweet and Chewy Dried Mangoes


8) Danggit

Read more: Danggit of Tabo-an

Danggit; photo by Dustin Mijares.

And enjoy your dinner at:

9) Larsian

Read more: Cebu’s BBQ Heaven: Larsian sa Fuente

Food stalls at Larsian.

Finally, you can't go to Cebu and not think of this:

10) Lechon

Read more: None Other Than Cebu Lechon

You can try making your own Cebu Lechon too. Here’s how:

Chopped lechon ready for serving.

WATCH our tastyyyyy video on how to prepare lechon Cebuano-style:

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