In Cebu, there is a trending, new way of eating your favorite Siomai! Grilled Siomai Kebabs on top of homemade java rice is now one of Cebu’s most beloved eats, a food trend founded by Shannen Sushmita Reyes, who also founded Siomai Kebab last May 2021.
Each serving of the Siomai Kebab is drizzled with takoyaki sauce, garlic mayo, dashed with chopped spring onions. Reyes shares that in Cebu, you should consider making your food delicious and affordable for the market one of the ways for your food business to succeed.
You can taste these deliciously unique Siomai Kebabs in the following stores: Siomai Kebab – Mabolo
at E-zone, F. Cabahug St., Cebu City, beside CIE and Bonifacio District, across Citipark Hotel, near Fooda Mabolo, which is open from 3:00 PM to 12:00 AM, from Tuesday to Sunday; Siomai Kebab – Jones
at Southpole Grill and Restaurant, beside BDO-Jones and 7/11 Jones, which is open from 11:00 AM to 8:00PM, and open on Monday to Saturday; Siomai Kebab – Maguikay
, Mandaue at JJ Marketplace, beside Holy Family Parish, opens from 4:00 PM to 12:00 AM on Tuesdays to Sundays; Siomai Kebab – Medellin
at Paradizzo Beach Resort opening from Thursday to Sunday at 11:00 AM to 8:00 PM; and Siomai Kebab – Basak
, Mandaue at Go Ka Oh Building, open from Monday to Saturday at 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM. 
Besides the tasty and unique Siomai, 24 Chicken Delivery
is now in Cebu. The favorite boneless chicken joint, which serves quality tasting Korean fried chicken, can directly be ordered by Cebuanos through Grab Food and Food Panda. 24 Chicken Delivery’s physical store is located at GND Arcade, F. Cabahug Street, Kasambagan, Cebu. 
This summer, another fun way to enjoy food is at Lantaw-Lantaw Barbeque and Restaurant
, located in Ibo Bridge, Diosdado Macapagal, Toledo, Cebu, serving Cebuano’s local Pinoy favorites, and classics such as barbecue, balbacua, and linat-ang baka. Coolers for this summer are also available at this restaurant, like the halo-halo, iced coffee, mais con yelo, and ice-cold beer. 
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