Where to celebrate Valentine's Day in Cebu?

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Sunday, February 9, 2014


LOVE is in the air all year round, but it's felt the sweetest in the love month of February as we celebrate Valentine's Day.

Here are five ideas where to spend your day:

Love on top at Lantaw Busay

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Enjoy the night away from the hustle and bustle of the city at Lantaw Native Restaurant in Busay heights. Be blown away by its overlooking romantic display of city lights as you enjoy the company of your other half.

Lantaw, which opened in 2013, offers a variety of Filipino dishes. If you plan on checking this place out, be sure to call for reservations because the restaurant is jam-packed with customers day in and day out. You may contact them at 511 0379.

Luxuriously sweet at Casa Verde Suite Room

The Suite Room
(Photo Courtesy: The Suite Room website


The new Casa Verde Suite Room in Ramos, Cebu City boasts of a hotel-suite styled boutique perfect for a Valentines treat. If you wish to spend for an intimate fine dining with your lovey dovey, then this lavish yet affordable suite-like restaurant is the place to be. Delight yourselves with their signature ala carte courses that range from P200 to P485.

To celebrate the Heart's day, the Suite Room will treat its customers with a photo booth for a minimum of P500 per receipt.

The restaurant, however, will not accept reservations and will only prioritize walk-ins. For inquiries, you may contact 254-0508.

European love at 10 Dove Street

10 Dove Street


Fly with your date to the land of Europe at the French-inspired 10 Dove Street restaurant in Sto. Nino Village in Banilad, Cebu City. Unlike other ordinary days, this 20-seater restaurant is set to serve buffet meals on the evening of February 14th to make your Valentine's day extra special! Sweets are also up for your night to be even sweeter.

Ready your passports as the gates will open at 11 a.m. until 10 p.m. For reservations, you may contact them at 346-0618.

Adventure vibes at Kasadya sa SRP

Kasadya sa SRP


If you're on a budget and up for some adventure, let your night roll at Kasadaya sa SRP. Hold your partner's hand as you brave nerve-wracking rides together.

You may bring a picnic mat and some food and enjoy the overlooking sea nearby. Affordable Larsian barbeques and snack packs are also available in stalls.

Home sweet home

Home sweet home


Nothing beats the taste of home-made dishes, which are best shared with the entire family. Who says Valentines is exclusive for two love birds only?

Express your love through taking time in cooking and preparing the food yourself. You can also watch a movie together after dinner or have a little chitchat. It would be an opportunity for the family members to catch up with each other, setting aside the work loads one needs to finish.

Bottomline, neither the place nor the amount of gifts matters in celebrating Valentine's Day, for being with your loved ones will suffice.

You don't need to spend a lot to let them feel how much you appreciate them; random acts of sweetness will do, not just during the love month, but in our everyday lives.

So this Friday, make sure to send a text message to your friends; or leave a note for your mother, father, sister, or brother on your breakfast table before leaving home for school or office. (Sunnex)

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