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Fisherman's basket with beer-battered chips, fish, prawns, scallops - washed down with a WA Alcoholic-Ginger Beer - high society here  
Now I need to learn to roll my own puff-pastry - haven't found large frozen sheets in Cebu yet ?
I picked up an identical pie maker for a mate in Toledo a while back .
He's pretty competent in the kitchen, but struggled to get the pastry right .
Many test runs and tastings ( the pies are pretty small ) , but I think he eventually gave up :( .

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good advice and i wish i had followed it last week. true story...me and an English pal were hungry and wanted to grab a quick lunch so we went to a new place that opened below the national book store

Couldn't agree more! Chunky meat, a nice onion sauce. Only one small quibble, the chips were warm, not hot. Probably a result of the length of time it takes to make the pie! The Aussie Shiraz was

"Our Place" in Pelaez St in Colon has a Farmer's Breakfast for about 210 pesos. Two eggs, bacon, fried potato, pork chop, toast, two cups of coffee, a whiff of fried onion and tomato, butter and marma

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On 6/15/2018 at 6:45 PM, RangerUp said:

Pig & Palm has a Michellin rated chef,  I went there once and it was definitely the closest thing to 'fine dining' in Cebu.

Possibly Abaca and Shangi-La resorts. But you're also paying Western prices.

 

Never see that chef. can't be a filipino at 20s!

I revisited last month and the experience is much, much better over a year ago. Price is the same, two-person discounted set lunch is no more.

salad of c***flower, fish on breads, risotto. the first two were delightful, amazing. A little too much, 2 courses would do.

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33 minutes ago, rep1 said:

Never see that chef. can't be a filipino at 20s!

I revisited last month and the experience is much, much better over a year ago. Price is the same, two-person discounted set lunch is no more.

salad of c***flower, fish on breads, risotto. the first two were delightful, amazing. A little too much, 2 courses would do.

If I remember this correctly... The chef who opened the Pig&Palm is a brit, who also has restaurants in UK, USA and OZ.  Chances you'll see him in Cebu are slim....

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