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Go Go Cafe Cebu

Go Go Cafe Cebu

JDN Square Ground Floor P. Remedio St. Banilad Mandaue City, Cebu

WiFi: Yes (4 hours Free)

Parking Space: Yes, Arcade Parking

Operating Hours: 10:00AM to 2:00AM(Monday to Friday) | 11:00AM to 9:00PM (Saturday – Sunday)

Contact Number: (032) 239-1496

Finally, Go Morita  did it! He has opened his own cafe after 10 months of selling delicious tonkatsu sandwiches and rice balls just outside  of I.T Park.  He used to station at the same spot everyday from 11AM -3PM for a few months selling Japanese snack treats.  Eventually many Cebuanos were delighted by his perseverance and his enjoyable tiny meals-on-the-go that they would get sold out in less than an hour.



The new Go Go Cafe seats about 35 customers indoors and about 4 in the al fresco area. Go Go Cafe’s menu also expanded, now carrying new food items and refreshments like coffee, teas and non-coffee beverages.


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GoGo Cafe 3

Ordered my favorite Go Go Tokyo’s Tonkatsu Sandwich (120Php)  and paired it with iced Cafe Mocha (120Php). The Tonkatsu Sandwich tastes waaay more delicious than his previous version, with the breaded pork cutlet fried perfectly with the outer layer giving out a good crunch and a tender juicy meat on the inside  in  a more a flavorful sauce.

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Enjoyed my lunch here yesterday and can’t wait to try the other dishes Go Morita has whipped up for us, the Cebuanos.

Go Go Cafe is on its second week of soft opening. Go Morita’s still ironing the running of his new business venture, training his staff to better serve his guests and perfecting everything to make sure Cebuano’s appreciate what he has kindled in the kitchen.

Text and Photos by Cebu Fashion, Lifestyle and Travel Blogger Andrew “Doyzkie” Buenaviaje.





Prime Cut Fridays at Radisson Blu’s Feria

Fridays will even be more ecstatic as Radisson Blu Cebu treats all meat lovers to a satisfying grub with a spread of prime meat cuts at Feria.

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Enjoy the Prime Cut Fridays feast for only PhP 1,650 net per person – a dinner buffet which includes unlimited portions of your favorite choice meats. With Yorkshire pudding and grilled corn and vegetables for side dishes, choose from USDA prime rib with your preferred sauce of red wine, hollandaise, blue cheese, rosemary or peppercorn, Cebuano lechon, slow roasted Australian lamb, Peking duck, salmon and roasted chicken. And what better way to enjoy your favorite meat than with a bottle of red wine that comes complimentary for every table of four?

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Along with the carving station, take a global gastronomic buffet journey with your well-loved international cuisines at the Indian, Chinese and Mediterranean stations prepared by Feria’s seasoned roster of culinary masters including Indian Chef Hira Tiwari and Chinese Master Chef Peter Yeung led by Executive Chef Roberto Kunitz. Complete the dining experience with a delightful dessert station by Executive Pastry Chef Allan Barrios.

For inquiries and reservations, please call Feria at Radisson Blu Cebu  (63 32) 402 9900 or email

Yakitori Binchotan Cebu

Restaurant: Yakitori Binchotan

Address: 2nd floor of Ramen Sora, Lightsite Parc, AS Fortuna Street, Mandaue City

Operating Hours: 10 am – Midnight 

Mode of Payment: Cash/Card

Parking: Yes, Arcade Parking

WiFi: None


Yakitori Binchotan recently opened its maiden branch in the country at Lightsite Park AS Fortuna Street Mandaue City. From the heart of Japan’s culinary center – Hokkaido, now made available to be enjoyed by Cebuanos.

Yakitori Binchotan

Yakitori Binchotan

So what makes Yakitori Binchotan special? 

Yakitori Binchotan uses a secret sauce for the skewers, and grilled in Binchotan- a special kind of charcoal found only in Japan that brings out the taste of skewered delights. The restaurant has to ship the Japanese charcoal to Cebu, to bring authentic flavors from Hokkaido to Cebu.



We want to ‘transport’ our guests to Sapporo and bring them as close as possible to the true Yakitori experience,” said Francis Villaluz, Sr. Marketing Manager of Gerry’s Group of Restaurants.

Yakitori Binchotan‘s recipes were passed on to Chef Nori by his grandfather who used to prepare them for his family during special occasions.

Yakitori isn’t as simple as putting meat or vegetable on a stick and grilling them. “There is so much discipline required in preparing this dish. The smell, the aroma of skewered dishes, and ultimately the taste makes all the difference,” said Chef Nori.


Tiger Roll (335php) is an ultimate favorite at Yakitori Binchotan! Tiger prawns rolled in Japanese Rice and topped with salmon and drizzled with special sauce. Yum!



Teritaki Chicken Salad (275Php). Mixed greens with chicken slices, sweet corn kernels, peanuts, sesame seeds, sliced cherry tomatoes with teriyaki sauce and Japanese Mayo.


Tsukune with poached egg (95php), chicken meatball cooked yakitori style. Yum!





The Sapporo way of keeping sticks after you munched on all those skewers – put them on the stick receptacle! 🙂




Have you tried eating at Yakitori Binchotan already? Which dishes are your favorite? Tell us, we would love to know!:)