Cebu City has a lively dining scene. Ramos Street in particular has become a foodie hotspot in recent years, with hip cafes and chic restaurants slowly flanking this busy street in the heart of the subway – and you’re in luck because we have some suggestions that you can add to your itinerary:

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ChingkeeteaMade with tea leaves from Taiwan, Chingkeetea stands for high-quality milk and fruit teas. They have a wide range of milk tea flavors from classic to Thai, as well as a selection of fruit teas for something lighter. Chingkeetea was named Best of Cebus Best Milk Tea for 2020. In addition to its branch in the Ranulfo Building in Ramos, Chingkeetea also has a branch in St. Patrick’s Square. For the occasional rain shower, a piping hot bowl of Batchoy from Row’s is always a good idea. A normal bowl is suitable for those with a small appetite, but if you want bigger portions with more toppings, go for the special. Aside from hearty batchoy, Row’s also serves great street-style barbecue and short orders. Stories and FeelingsFrom brunch staples like avocado toast to more experimental dishes like Korean fried cauliflower, this restaurant is all about telling stories through food . Due to limited seating capacity and its popularity recently, securing a table can be a challenge. Make sure to send them a message on their social networks beforehand to check for any open slots. Tales and Feelings is located directly above Ho Ngohiong, across from the Cebu Institute of Medicine.Tightrope CoffeeWith its minimalist layout, sleek, muted gray motif, and open bar, Tightrope’s flagship café sets the standard for the coffee shop experience. Not only does the cafe have great coffee, it also has some solid food. Must-tricks on the menu include the tightrope breakfast, grilled three cheese, and chicken parmesan. Tightrope Coffee is located in the Velez Medical Arts Building.The Green Canteen There is a common misconception that vegetarian food is expensive – The Green Canteen seeks to debunk that notion. With products like pizza and kare-kare, this Carinderia-style takeout introduces plant-based meals and makes them accessible. Meal plans are also available in case you prefer a week-long arrangement. The Green Canteen is located at 110 V. Ranudo St. (across from AA BBQ). Casa Verde This family-run restaurant chain is basically an institution in Cebuano. The ancestral home that became the restaurant on Ramos is the OG branch, where it all began before it spawned branches across Cebu and even Manila. For dessert, get Brian’s Ribs, Big Bang Burger, and Jayden’s White Choco Chill Out. Casa Verde is located at 69 Lim Tian Teng Street.

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