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American Dining at Casa Verde (Cebu)

  
Its our last day in Cebu, since we were really tired from our Bantayan Island Trip and Waterpark Adventure in Cebu the past days, we decided to spend the whole morning sleeping and check out at noon. After we checked out, we left our luggage's at the front desk then went to spend the rest of the afternoon at Ayala Mall until its time to go to the airport for our flight back to Davao.  We met our friend Orlee at the Mall and had lunch at Casa Verde.

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Casa Verde is a family owned restaurant and one of Cebu's popular dining destinations. Though the interior looks like with a fine dining setting yet the overall ambiance was casual and relax. Great food, quality service, reasonable price and comfortable atmosphere were apparent in this American style dining restaurant.

These wer what we had for lunch at Casa Verde

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WATERMELON SALAD
  • A refreshing combination of watermelon cubes, served over crisp lettuce, mango strips, jicama and nuts, drizzled with our sesame-seed dressing.

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      FISH AND FRIES
    • Tender white fish fillet breaded and golden fried to perfection. Served with tartar sauce and French fries.

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    BRIANʼS RIBS
  • If you taste me youʼll never forget me... Our best seller! Baked pork ribs with a sweet, tangy piquet sauce served with rice and corn and carrots.

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    TING-TINGʼS TAVERN SHRIMPS

  • Eight would be great if you ate... Delicious butterflied and lightly crusted in breadcrumbs and fried ʻtil golden. Served with our own tartar sauce paired with harvest rice and seasoned vegetables.


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    We had a nice time during lunch.  Not only do we get the time to bond with our friend but also enjoy the generous serving at Casa Verde. 

    THE TERRACES (AYALA) BRANCH
    Stall 304, 3rd level, The Terraces
    Ayala Center Cebu
    Cebu Business Park, Cebu City

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