Food makes the world go round.

a blog by jeralkeen.

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Chosun Chicken

Good chicken is hard to find. Some chickens are cooked to much that they end up dry or burnt. some have weird tasting sauce, and the list goes on.

Well, horray! Here’s the answer your chicken problems: Korean chicken!

I have been wanting to try the chicken in Chosun Chicken for a while now. So, Gino and I had dinner at the Banilad branch one Saturday night.

As we entered the restaurant, the staff welcomed us with a warm “Annyeong Haseyo!”

The restaurant had a chill atmosphere and the nice thing about the place was that you can have privacy because you would be seated in booths.

While waiting for our order, we were served with radish pickles, kimchi, and coleslaw. If you’re a fan of the Filipino atchara than the radish pickles is to-die for!

Then, the egg roll was served.

and finally the Chosun Chicken.

Their chicken had a good crunchy skin coated with a sweet-tasting sauce and a good soft, moist meat.Β 

The sauce was not enough for my preference though (‘cause I’m a “more sauce” type) but the skin and the meat was perfecto!

As what I’ve known, there are 4 branches of Chosun Chicken here in Cebu: in Mango Square, in Gorordo Avenue, in Mactan, in Ouano Avenue, Mandaue (the new building at the back of Parkmall), and this one in Cesar Foodland Building, Gov. M. Cuenco Avenue, Banilad.

Contact Number: (032) 505-8255

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Joed’s Lutong Hapon

Japanese cuisine is one of my favorites. I love their umami taste and how they make food like it’s art.

So my first official blog post on my Cebu Go-To Restaurants would be on Joed’s Lutong Hapon.

Joed’s is a Japanese resto that serves quality and affordable food.

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Sashimi.

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Chicken Tonkatsu.

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Yasai Itame.

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Okonomiyaki. A Japanese-styled seafood pizza.

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Crunchy Spicy Roll. A MUST TRY! You will love this.

So if you’re craving for Japanese but you’re in a budget, go to Joed’s!

PS: I just used my IPhone 4S, so please bear with the picture quality.

I will be posting more food trip places soon :) ‘Til my next blog post!

Joed’s Lutong Hapon: G/F Enmore Residence Hall;Β 257-A Don Jose Avila St., Capitol Site, Cebu City (right outside my alma mater, Sacred Heart School-Hijas de Jesus)

And another branch in: F. Cabahug St.; across Sarrosa International Hotel

Contact Number: 09173100885

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Hello blog world! I will be blogging again soon ;)Β 

Expect a lot of Cebu food spots to go to and love.

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It’s the time of the year for my…… *drum roll please*

Christmas Wishlist!! I know that most of them are 1MP0$$1BLE to get (right now) but I really really BADLY want them! :) Here they are:

1. Bvlgari Omnia Amethyst

2.Β Chanel Tan Khaki Espadrilles Canvas

3. Laduree French Macarons (please do deal with the pig in me *oink*)

4.Β Michael Kors Mid-Size Golden Stainless Steel Darci Three-Hand Glitz Watch (or any pretty gold watch *mehe*)

5. Moleskine 12 Months Extra Small Weekly Planner (NEED THIS)

6.Β Prada Large Saffiano Double Zip Tote (or any cool structured bag *mehe*)

7. RIPPED SKINNY JEANS ;)

8. Sperry TopsiderΒ Women’s Authentic Original Metallic Boat Shoe in Silver

And I do wanna experience a white Christmas, so I guess I’m wishing for it to snow? *hehe* Maybe someday :)

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