Culinary finds at Food Avenue

Culinary finds at Food Avenue

WAITING for one’s flight can be tedious and, oftentimes, boring. Plus, a lot can still happen hours before then. Easing the waiting game are shops, restaurants and other outlets travelers can go to to relax and keep themselves occupied.

A new addition to Mactan- Cebu International Airport Terminal 1’s food and drink concessionaires is Food Avenue, offering local and international dishes locals can enjoy and those easily recognized by foreign travelers.

There’s The Bakery that serves freshly made bread, pastries like croissants, donuts, pancakes and sandwiches 24/7. Those looking for Japanese fare can satisfy their cravings at Nippon Ramen, offering quintessential Japanese comfort food like ramen noodle soup and rice bento boxes.

One can never go wrong with Pinoy dishes. Filipino Delights provides its travelers a varied selection of Filipino favorites served in familiar flavors and spruced up in a creative way. Add in Lolo Pinoy Lechon de Cebu and it’s a feast. Travelers get to enjoy one of the dishes Cebu is known for along with other Lechon dishes like Lechon Paksiw, Sinigang na Lechon, Pritchon and Lechon Sisig. Travelers can also order by the kilo and have it to-go.

In need of a Boba fix? Taipei Tea offers an assortment of bubble teas as well as those that are milky, fruity and unique. In addition, it serves smoothies, juices and ice cream.

Food Avenue was launched by SSP Mactan Cebu last August 28 and serves both “dine and go” and “grab and go” concepts to give travelers top quality dishes that travelers can also take with them on the air. The place is 426 square meters, seats 156 people and is home to five different brands.

It not only aims to make the waiting for travelers bearable, it strives to offer a memorable and versatile culinary experience for travelers to enjoy inside one of the busiest places in the city.

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