Good Food Tour 10th Edition: Sinulog Festival

Eat, pray, love. That is what the 10th Good Food Tour is all about. The 10th edition of Good Food Tour by foodpanda took place on January 16, 2019, in time for Sinulog Festival in the city.

Good Food Tour, a global campaign by foodpanda that started in the Philippines last 2015, aims to give participants the best food experience with their selected partner restaurants present in the event. This food crawl is all about new food experiences and this time around, foodpanda brought this event to Cebu for the second time, exclusively for the Sinulog Festival.

Sinulog is a religious and cultural festival held annually on the 3rd Sunday of January in Cebu City, to celebrate the revered Santo Niño. With the week- long Sinulog Festival events, foodpanda did the food crawl before the parties get started! It was a perfect time for us to learn about Filipino culture while eating, drinking, and partying. foodpanda brought the Good Food Tour crowd to three amazing restaurants:

Handuraw Pizza

Share a slice, share a story. Handuraw Pizza offers the best- tasting thin- crusted pizza in Cebu. More than making good food, they also give customers a very local vibe to support local music and arts. 


Known for their Asian Soul food, Ila Puti has been serving authentic Asian food for the last 15 years including local favorites like lechon. You just don’t eat and go at Ilaputi, you also sign up for a spectacular culinary journey that guarantees various tastes and texture.


Home of the Fat Bastard, the Weekend restaurant gives you a delectable treat with their house- ground Angus beef burgers, prime rib eye and the best selection of Craft beers and cocktail drinks.

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♥, JL Arnaiz

The Workplace Cafe Opens Second Branch In Banawa

The Workplace Café, pioneer of the co- working cafe concept in Cebu, opens the doors to its second branch in Banawa.

A co- working space-cum-coffee shop, The Workplace Café has become popular among college students and professionals, specifically freelancers in the creative industry as well as ESL teachers.



The Workplace Café takes pride in providing a good place to be productive where you can find products and services such as:

Reliable high- speed fiber internet

Abundant power outlets


Ancillary services such as printing, scanning and photocopying

Ample parking area



Power nap stations

Conference rooms

At the same time, it also offers the ambiance of a coffee shop, with comfortable seats and a menu of pasta, all- day breakfast meals, pastries, health drinks, and coffee to feed the mind.

With a seating capacity of 120 people, The Workplace Café Banawa is also its biggest branch to date.

How It Works

Log In at the reception desk by choosing you package

Choose your complimentary beverage

Get your Wifi code

You’re all set to work =)

Packages/ Rates

Php 50 for the first hour and  Php 35 for succeeding hours (comes with free wifi code, one time coffee or iced tea)

Php 280 whole day rate (comes with free wifi code, one time coffee or iced tea)

 Php 4,000 monthly rate inclusive of locker use

 Php 70 upgrade to unlimited coffee

Conference Room is for P 550 for the first hour and Php 450 for the succeeding hour (comes with one time Php 200 consumable food and drinks)

Following the opening of its Banawa branch, The Workplace Café is set to open a third branch in Mandaue City next month.

The Workplace Café

Address: Unit 2, Autogas Station along R. Duterte Street, Banawa

Business Hours: 10:00am – 6:00am the next day

For more information, you may visit their website at . You may also like them on Facebook and follow them on Instagram.

♥, JL Arnaiz