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Enough of foreign dishes. Cebu City also has its fair share of eat all you can restaurants offering authentic Filipino cuisines. One of those is the very well-known Cabalen which specializes in the best of Capampangan dishes.
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The eat-all-you-can buffet has an awesome although limited spread, including: sisig, tofu sisig, chorizo, lechon, steamed fish, adobo with black beans, arroz valenciana, crispy kangkong, cucumbers and other leafy vegetables. Oh, make sure you taste their adobo. It’s very good.
For desserts, they have a chocolate fondue, marshmallows, fresh fruits and all the ingredients you would need to make a yummy sago drink.
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What can I say, I approved. They do offer very delicious dishes as what they are popularly known for. They also offer lechon during dinner. Though, the sad part is they are not very keen on refilling the almost emptied items. My favorites where the battered kangkong leaves, binagoongang baboy, yellow rice(my favorite, though a bit oily), different kinds of kinilaw, kare-kare, chocolate and marshmallows, the pink maja-like dessert and my favorite, do-it-yourself halo-halo.
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Growing up in a Tagalog household, I am a big fan of Tagalog Dishes and I love Karekare and bagoong. The Cabalen karekare might be on the light side(taste wise) but the bagoong made it a whole lot better! I also love Crispy Kangkong dipped in Mayo! yum! Pancit! yumyum!
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Address: UGF, SM City Cebu, Juan Luna Ave. Cor. Cabahug And Kaoshiung St., Cebu City, 6000 Cebu
Phone: (032) 238 5840
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