From Japanese Sushi to Chinese Dimsum

WHAT is Cebu without its Japanese and Chinese dishes? We love them and they come in various styles and are available in many accessible places.

Open every evening from 6 p.m. onward at the lobby of Radisson Blu Cebu is Sushisake, “Japanese fine dining,” all served in style. With a very distinct Radisson ambiance, who would not enjoy dining and enjoying your favorite Japanese dishes? You could also savor selected Japanese food at Feria which are served in the buffet daily.

The Uytengsus are gourmet specialists who enriched the “dimsum” experience in various dining outlets before in Colon, Gen. Maxilom Ave., (so many other locales) then in JY Square and lately at Robinsons Galleria. The dimsum legacy has been passed from the old Uytengsus to their children and grandchildren. Why? Food trails in Cebu are not complete without having its dimsum varieties. My favorites at Ding How Dimsum House are siomai with quail eggs, fish fillet, shrimp dumpling, fried rice, buchi and cucumber salad. Take-out orders are quick and handy.

Meanwhile, visiting Landers Superstore has become a morning habit of my husband. He goes there early morning, eats pizza or chicken at the spacious resto on a wheel chair provided in the reception entrance. He goes around shopping for XL shorts and fresh crabs and fruits. There is a free barber shop for his haircut. He does this for about an hour and goes home feeling relaxed and happy. Senior citizens could take this cue. It could be anywhere too like at SM Seaside City, Ayala Center Cebu or Parkmall.
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