Last Sunday my husband and i spent a late afternoon walk at the IT Park. Good thing it is just a walking distance from our place. We have always wanted to spend part of our weekend time playing badminton but we find the court rental fees very unreasonable. We would rather use the money for our food trip! (lol) And speaking of food trip, after a short walk, and my husband taking pictures of the park and the buildings, we decided to have a small snack at the newest cafe in IT Park, Hebrews, located at Skyrise 3,right beside Tara’s Cafe.
We ordered beef lasagne and passion fruit iced tea. The beef lasagne costs 140.00 and is really worth it because it has lots of serving. Plus it tastes awfully good too! Really! The iced tea costs around 95.00 which is costly I think. Better order another beef lasagne instead. I would love to have another go at the beef lasagne if my wife and I will get a chance to eat there again.
Right after the Kasalang Filipino fashion show last Saturday, my husband and I rushed to this Greek Restaurant in Terraces, Ayala Cebu, named “Cyma”. I have to tell you they have great and tasty dishes you have got to try. It is a small restaurant but with nice ambiance and extraordinary cuisine, taste like no other. Quite Expensive but i am sure you will love it as much as we do! Here are some of the dishes that we have tried:
Chicken Gyro (pronounced hero) – with tomato, red onion, tzatziki (no idea what this thing is) and wrapped in wheat pita (160.00)
swordfish (served without rice) – moist and meaty with a soft texture and sweet flavor (275.00)
But for the “rice eaters” like me you can make a separate order of their rice for (65.00).
Family style greek salad – with mixed greens, red cabbage, tomatoes, capers, cucumbers, pita cheese, black olives and oregano served with either cyma’s summer herb vinaigrette or traditional greek vinaigrette.
For drinks I ordered lemonade and it was super sour (which i loved) and ultimate cyma’s iced tea for my husband which has a kind of different taste but it is good. Both cost 95.00 for non-bottomless. You can check the photos [HERE].
Last month October 28, 2009 my family and I were invited by a family friend for the celebration of the reopening and blessing of her spa. She owns a franchise of Nuat Thai Spa, in case you would want to know. It was previously located at the Banilad road just before the University of San Carlos-Talamban Campus and has now moved to Piazeria Elisea arcade, a few meters away from the old one.
This spa is quite different to the others in terms massage method. Nuat Thai is a Thai massage that involves not only massaging but a little bit of stretching as well. So for all those who love to indulge themselves with the pampering sensation of one of the most effective and therapeutic ways of relieving stress that is called massage, you should try this one. They offer not only thai body massage but also they have salon services, facial services and home service to those who do not want to step out of their house, all in reasonable prices. So you better try this now!