LARSIAN Food Street is expected to provide a better dining experience for patrons following it's successful rehabilitation.
Joey Herrera, Larsian Food Street's administrator, told reporters in a weekly forum organized by the Cebu Provincial Government that following its
P1.8 million rehabilitation earlier this year, better services are expected in the popular food have in uptown Cebu City.
Though he admitted that their soft opening was marred by controversies, Herrera assured their customers that they have already instituted new policies to prevent their customers from being victimized by erring food handlers.
Last Sunday, a netizen called Herrera's attention after two workers of one of Larsian's stalls overcharged her order.
The two stall workers has since been banned from working in Larsian. (JKV)