While everybody knows IT Park is the call center hub in Cebu, it is also fondly known as a place where you can go for food trip and entertainment. And just when we thought IT Park has it all, Ayala Malls brings something more into the table.
Ayala Mall excites this year’s fourth quarter by bringing its newest development, AyalaMalls Central Bloc. This regional mall is a 45,000 sqm establishment along Padriga Street, Cebu IT Park. It is a five-storey complex with over 270 establishments for retail, dining and entertainment.
The upcoming mall is the next vibrant hang-out destination where the balance of work and play thrives. It will feature trending & practical retail concepts, refreshing dining outlets, an extensive IT zone, and venues to chill out. With its four cinemas, people working and living in the area won’t go far to catch the latest blockbusters.
AyalaMalls Central Bloc’s Garden Row is also strategically located at the center of IT Park where a lot of restaurants can be found. It truly is a go-to place for foodies, or simply for people looking for a good meal.
Across AyalaMalls Central Bloc is another food destination called (as we all know) The Walk. The Walk remains a favorite destination to relax and unwind with its wide array of
offerings available from day-to-night.
If you find yourself in IT Park in search for great food, you might want to check out these 10 recommended #BiteSites located in IT Park’s Ayala Malls Central Bloc and The Walk:
While they are known for ribs, Bigby’s actually has more sumptous menus to offer. I actually love their Mojo Chicken Barbeque, and that corn in there, that just got my heart.
Jonie’s is my to- go resto when I am on tight budget but still needs to eat good food. It also has a wide variety of food choices – from breakfast meals, seafood, roasted menus, snack food and desserts.
While Banapple boasts of its desserts, their chicken parmigiana among other main dishes is also a stand out.
Mexican food that fits Filipino taste, that is how I describe Mooon Cafe. Here are some menus that you should not miss from this resto: Gambas Ala Luna (my favorite dish in this place), chimichanga, and their cheesy ribs.
If you are a fan of takoyaki and ramen, Sachi is the one for you. An authentic Japanese restaurant, Sachi gives you a bite of Dotonbori’s famous takoyaki balls without actually traveling to Osaka.
I am a Casa Verde fan since I can remember. I love their desserts, and their ribs! But I actually just discovered their Ultimeat Burger and it was amaaaazing! You should try to order it, but make sure you have your squad with you.
Gibbs Hot Wings
Tagged as the best chicken wings in town by SunStar’s Best In Cebu a couple of years back, Gibbs Chicken Wings is one of my favorite chicken wings restaurants in cebu. My favorite is their Angel Wings. You shouldn’t miss their spicy honey garlic as well, it’s my husband’s favorite .
Music One Luxe
Two things that remind me of Music One Luxe : mirrored walls and dynamite, dynamite dish that is. Food, entertainment, interior awesomeness and finger food, that is what Music One is all about.
Boy Zugba gives that Filipino fiesta vibe with a twist of “hugot”. Sometimes we just crave our own Filipino taste, came Boy Zugba into the the spotlight.
Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf
While I am not millennial enough to do most millennial stuffs that millennial kids usually do nowadays, I do hang out on cafes with great ambiance and tea (no, not coffee because I am not a coffee person). But more than a hang out place, Coffee Bean is also where I get my daily dose of Matcha On Ice and a slice of cheesecake.
♥, JL Arnaiz