Monday, March 9, 2015

Cebu 2015 Day 2: Larsian sa Fuente and Fuente Osmena Circle

Given all Cebu-grown restaurants we can try...

"San tayo mag-dinner?"
"Dun ulit sa BBQ-han."

And for our second night, it's Larsian again. I am not complaining. The experience, the food, the affordability. Bet. :))
From Robe's Pension House, we walked to this street and rode a jeepney to Larsian.

Larsian's pronunciation is lar-shan.


Anyway, the jeepney that you should ride from here is 6C. Alphanumeric ang Jeepney codes dun kasi madaming routes. May nakasulat naman na lugar pero mas madali kasing mabasa 'yung codes kaya nakakatulong din.


So I said, "Sinong 6C pa ba hinihintay natin e andito naman na ako?"


HAHAHAHAHA. WALEY YAN SAKANILA!! Waley na waley!! Lagot ka sa'kin 'pag hindi bumenta sa'yo 'to. HAHAHAHA! Tawang-tawa nga ko oh. HAHAHAHA!
We ate here once again. 
Hindi na kami naghanap ng iba pang stall 'cause we were satisfied with the taste and the service.

For first-timers (2nd time ko na kasi!! HAHAHA!), you might get the shock of your life once you enter the gate and several men would approach you promoting their stalls. This can also be, several men would mob you and force you to eat at their stall. I even saw a a lady who was covering her ears while walking because of those men.


It harassing especially when you're already hungry and/or when you can't understand them since most speak loud and in Cebuano language but just be considerate since it's the culture in Larsian. The competition among the stalls is stiff so they have to do that.

Want to experience that kind of stress in Manila? Head to Macapagal Avenue. Marami din dun. 
You will be given plastic hand gloves when you eat at Larsian. Okay naman magkamay pero okay din na ganitong naka-gloves. 

Sabi ng Tito ko, "Tantyahin niyo na ng maayos kakainin niyo kasi matatagalan pag nagpadagdag kayo ulit tapos ihahabol na naman."

Kami, "Tantya ba kamo?"

Ga-bundok na BBQ at hindi lang 'to 'yung order namin.

So we walked to Fuente Osmena Circle before riding a jeep back to Robe's Pension House. Medyo buwis buhay lang tumawid papunta dito sa Circle kasi kahit may pedestrian lane, mabibilis pa rin 'yung mga kotse pero dahil landmark 'to sa Cebu, e sinubukan pa rin namin.

Fuente Osmena in English is Osmena Fountain which is a bit obvious since there's a fountain in the middle of that small park. It is also a rotunda so the location is very strategic. 


It was named after the fourth president of the Republic of the Philippines, Pres. Sergio Osmena who is considered the patriarch of one of Cebu's well-known political families. Para siyang Quezon City Circle natin na pina-liit ng bonggels.



Sabi nila, nasa puso raw 'to ng Cebu.

 Sabi ko tuloy ngayon as in kakaisip ko lang: Ikaw (Oo, ikaw), nasaan ka? Hihi. Edi nasa puso ko. <3

EDI WOW. :)))))

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