July 11, 2017

Oodles of Noodles: 5 New Noodle Restaurants in Cebu to Keep You Warm

A roundup of new places to find warm, comforting goodness in a bowl
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Digging into a bowl of steaming hot soup can be really satisfying, especially when the temperatures drop. Want something to warm you up? Check out these new noodle restaurants in Cebu when you want something hot for the rainy days.


1. Fat Dois



new noodle restaurants in Cebu City

Fat Dois spicy noodles with Spam and cheese (Image: Miguel Gee Abas Jr.)


For fans of Korean food, one place to check out is Fat Dois. Opened last June 14, the restaurant has a straightforward menu. One of their specialty dishes is spicy noodles with Spam and cheese. Their cheesy chixs, which come in spicy, BBQ, and garlic soy flavors, is their take on the Korean food trend buldak or fire-spiced chicken. Each table is equipped with table-top gas stoves so customers can cook the dishes themselves and watch as the cheese melts.


2. Nokinocs Savory House



new noodle restaurants in Cebu City

Chao long from Nokinocs Savory House (Image: Parkmall)


Local brand Nokinocs is taking the culinary heritage of Palawan to Cebu. One of these is the Vietnamese dish chao long which is made of beef, rice noodles, beans sprouts, and basil. Customers can choose from two variants: beef stew or thin beef strips or buto-buto (beef ribs). They also have French bread to go with the soup. These dishes were brought by Vietnamese immigrants who fled to Palawan when communist rulers took over their country in the 1970s.


3. Jeepney Food Stop



new noodle restaurants in Cebu City

Nonoy’s La Paz Batchoy with egg from Jeepney Food Stop (Image: Jeepney Food Stop)


For food that’s right on the budget, one place you can go to is Jeepney Food Stop. Opened last February, the jeepney-inspired interiors are one-of-a-kind, while the prices won’t make a dent on your wallet. For PhP80, one can have Nonoy’s La Paz batchoy with egg. Another rainy-day option would be their tom yum soup, sold at PhP120. One can also find Cebuano street food like chorizo (pork sausage), larang (sour and spicy fish soup), and ginabot (deep-fried pork intestines).


4. Watda Pho



new noodle restaurants in Cebu City

A bowl of pho dac biet from Watda Pho (Image: aleninwanderland)


Watda Pho, the business venture of couple Febre Lee Gonzaga and Marvin Martinez, brings the popular Vietnamese street food to the Queen City of the South. Opened last May, Watda Pho specializes in pho dac biet, or special pho. Pho is best eaten hot, and sipping is recommended to savor all the flavors. To go with their pho, diners can have banh mi (Vietnamese sandwich) on the side. Watda Pho also serves Vietnamese coffee, rice meals, and rice noodle meals.




5. Ikkousha Ramen



new noodle restaurants in Cebu City

Tonkutsu shio ramen from Ikkousha Ramen (Image: Ikkousha Ramen)


Cebu has plenty of Japanese restaurants serving ramen, but one place seeks to offer a different kind of ramen eating experience. At Ikkousha Ramen, one can adjust the noodle texture and saltiness as well as add extra noodles or toppings by checking tick boxes from an order sheet. They have tonkotshu shio, tonkotsu black, and god fire ramen which come in special, ajitama (soft-boiled egg), or original flavor. This means that they offer nine types of ramen in the restaurant.


Prices may change without prior notice.

Arrah Camillia Quistadio-Manticajon

Arrah Camillia Quistadio-Manticajon is the current content supervisor for the Visayas region of ShoppersGuide Marketing, Inc. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication degree from UP Cebu. She has previously worked for a business process outsourcing company, a community newspaper, and a global technology company. When not writing, she putters about in the kitchen, baking or testing new recipes.

Arrah Camillia Quistadio-Manticajon

Arrah Camillia Quistadio-Manticajon is the current content supervisor for the Visayas region of ShoppersGuide Marketing, Inc. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication degree from UP Cebu. She has previously worked for a business process outsourcing company, a community newspaper, and a global technology company. When not writing, she putters about in the kitchen, baking or testing new recipes.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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July 11, 2017

Oodles of Noodles: 5 New Noodle Restaurants in Cebu to Keep You Warm

A roundup of new places to find warm, comforting goodness in a bowl

Digging into a bowl of steaming hot soup can be really satisfying, especially when the temperatures drop. Want something to warm you up? Check out these new noodle restaurants in Cebu when you want something hot for the rainy days.


1. Fat Dois



new noodle restaurants in Cebu City

Fat Dois spicy noodles with Spam and cheese (Image: Miguel Gee Abas Jr.)


For fans of Korean food, one place to check out is Fat Dois. Opened last June 14, the restaurant has a straightforward menu. One of their specialty dishes is spicy noodles with Spam and cheese. Their cheesy chixs, which come in spicy, BBQ, and garlic soy flavors, is their take on the Korean food trend buldak or fire-spiced chicken. Each table is equipped with table-top gas stoves so customers can cook the dishes themselves and watch as the cheese melts.


2. Nokinocs Savory House



new noodle restaurants in Cebu City

Chao long from Nokinocs Savory House (Image: Parkmall)


Local brand Nokinocs is taking the culinary heritage of Palawan to Cebu. One of these is the Vietnamese dish chao long which is made of beef, rice noodles, beans sprouts, and basil. Customers can choose from two variants: beef stew or thin beef strips or buto-buto (beef ribs). They also have French bread to go with the soup. These dishes were brought by Vietnamese immigrants who fled to Palawan when communist rulers took over their country in the 1970s.


3. Jeepney Food Stop



new noodle restaurants in Cebu City

Nonoy’s La Paz Batchoy with egg from Jeepney Food Stop (Image: Jeepney Food Stop)


For food that’s right on the budget, one place you can go to is Jeepney Food Stop. Opened last February, the jeepney-inspired interiors are one-of-a-kind, while the prices won’t make a dent on your wallet. For PhP80, one can have Nonoy’s La Paz batchoy with egg. Another rainy-day option would be their tom yum soup, sold at PhP120. One can also find Cebuano street food like chorizo (pork sausage), larang (sour and spicy fish soup), and ginabot (deep-fried pork intestines).


4. Watda Pho



new noodle restaurants in Cebu City

A bowl of pho dac biet from Watda Pho (Image: aleninwanderland)


Watda Pho, the business venture of couple Febre Lee Gonzaga and Marvin Martinez, brings the popular Vietnamese street food to the Queen City of the South. Opened last May, Watda Pho specializes in pho dac biet, or special pho. Pho is best eaten hot, and sipping is recommended to savor all the flavors. To go with their pho, diners can have banh mi (Vietnamese sandwich) on the side. Watda Pho also serves Vietnamese coffee, rice meals, and rice noodle meals.




5. Ikkousha Ramen



new noodle restaurants in Cebu City

Tonkutsu shio ramen from Ikkousha Ramen (Image: Ikkousha Ramen)


Cebu has plenty of Japanese restaurants serving ramen, but one place seeks to offer a different kind of ramen eating experience. At Ikkousha Ramen, one can adjust the noodle texture and saltiness as well as add extra noodles or toppings by checking tick boxes from an order sheet. They have tonkotshu shio, tonkotsu black, and god fire ramen which come in special, ajitama (soft-boiled egg), or original flavor. This means that they offer nine types of ramen in the restaurant.


Prices may change without prior notice.

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Arrah Camillia Quistadio-Manticajon is the current content supervisor for the Visayas region of ShoppersGuide Marketing, Inc. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication degree from UP Cebu. She has previously worked for a business process outsourcing company, a community newspaper, and a global technology company. When not writing, she putters about in the kitchen, baking or testing new recipes.

Arrah Camillia Quistadio-Manticajon

Arrah Camillia Quistadio-Manticajon is the current content supervisor for the Visayas region of ShoppersGuide Marketing, Inc. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication degree from UP Cebu. She has previously worked for a business process outsourcing company, a community newspaper, and a global technology company. When not writing, she putters about in the kitchen, baking or testing new recipes.

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July 11, 2017

Oodles of Noodles: 5 New Noodle Restaurants in Cebu to Keep You Warm

A roundup of new places to find warm, comforting goodness in a bowl
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Digging into a bowl of steaming hot soup can be really satisfying, especially when the temperatures drop. Want something to warm you up? Check out these new noodle restaurants in Cebu when you want something hot for the rainy days.


1. Fat Dois



new noodle restaurants in Cebu City

Fat Dois spicy noodles with Spam and cheese (Image: Miguel Gee Abas Jr.)


For fans of Korean food, one place to check out is Fat Dois. Opened last June 14, the restaurant has a straightforward menu. One of their specialty dishes is spicy noodles with Spam and cheese. Their cheesy chixs, which come in spicy, BBQ, and garlic soy flavors, is their take on the Korean food trend buldak or fire-spiced chicken. Each table is equipped with table-top gas stoves so customers can cook the dishes themselves and watch as the cheese melts.


2. Nokinocs Savory House



new noodle restaurants in Cebu City

Chao long from Nokinocs Savory House (Image: Parkmall)


Local brand Nokinocs is taking the culinary heritage of Palawan to Cebu. One of these is the Vietnamese dish chao long which is made of beef, rice noodles, beans sprouts, and basil. Customers can choose from two variants: beef stew or thin beef strips or buto-buto (beef ribs). They also have French bread to go with the soup. These dishes were brought by Vietnamese immigrants who fled to Palawan when communist rulers took over their country in the 1970s.


3. Jeepney Food Stop



new noodle restaurants in Cebu City

Nonoy’s La Paz Batchoy with egg from Jeepney Food Stop (Image: Jeepney Food Stop)


For food that’s right on the budget, one place you can go to is Jeepney Food Stop. Opened last February, the jeepney-inspired interiors are one-of-a-kind, while the prices won’t make a dent on your wallet. For PhP80, one can have Nonoy’s La Paz batchoy with egg. Another rainy-day option would be their tom yum soup, sold at PhP120. One can also find Cebuano street food like chorizo (pork sausage), larang (sour and spicy fish soup), and ginabot (deep-fried pork intestines).


4. Watda Pho



new noodle restaurants in Cebu City

A bowl of pho dac biet from Watda Pho (Image: aleninwanderland)


Watda Pho, the business venture of couple Febre Lee Gonzaga and Marvin Martinez, brings the popular Vietnamese street food to the Queen City of the South. Opened last May, Watda Pho specializes in pho dac biet, or special pho. Pho is best eaten hot, and sipping is recommended to savor all the flavors. To go with their pho, diners can have banh mi (Vietnamese sandwich) on the side. Watda Pho also serves Vietnamese coffee, rice meals, and rice noodle meals.




5. Ikkousha Ramen



new noodle restaurants in Cebu City

Tonkutsu shio ramen from Ikkousha Ramen (Image: Ikkousha Ramen)


Cebu has plenty of Japanese restaurants serving ramen, but one place seeks to offer a different kind of ramen eating experience. At Ikkousha Ramen, one can adjust the noodle texture and saltiness as well as add extra noodles or toppings by checking tick boxes from an order sheet. They have tonkotshu shio, tonkotsu black, and god fire ramen which come in special, ajitama (soft-boiled egg), or original flavor. This means that they offer nine types of ramen in the restaurant.


Prices may change without prior notice.

Arrah Camillia Quistadio-Manticajon

Arrah Camillia Quistadio-Manticajon is the current content supervisor for the Visayas region of ShoppersGuide Marketing, Inc. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication degree from UP Cebu. She has previously worked for a business process outsourcing company, a community newspaper, and a global technology company. When not writing, she putters about in the kitchen, baking or testing new recipes.

Arrah Camillia Quistadio-Manticajon

Arrah Camillia Quistadio-Manticajon is the current content supervisor for the Visayas region of ShoppersGuide Marketing, Inc. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication degree from UP Cebu. She has previously worked for a business process outsourcing company, a community newspaper, and a global technology company. When not writing, she putters about in the kitchen, baking or testing new recipes.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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July 11, 2017

Oodles of Noodles: 5 New Noodle Restaurants in Cebu to Keep You Warm

A roundup of new places to find warm, comforting goodness in a bowl

Digging into a bowl of steaming hot soup can be really satisfying, especially when the temperatures drop. Want something to warm you up? Check out these new noodle restaurants in Cebu when you want something hot for the rainy days.


1. Fat Dois



new noodle restaurants in Cebu City

Fat Dois spicy noodles with Spam and cheese (Image: Miguel Gee Abas Jr.)


For fans of Korean food, one place to check out is Fat Dois. Opened last June 14, the restaurant has a straightforward menu. One of their specialty dishes is spicy noodles with Spam and cheese. Their cheesy chixs, which come in spicy, BBQ, and garlic soy flavors, is their take on the Korean food trend buldak or fire-spiced chicken. Each table is equipped with table-top gas stoves so customers can cook the dishes themselves and watch as the cheese melts.


2. Nokinocs Savory House



new noodle restaurants in Cebu City

Chao long from Nokinocs Savory House (Image: Parkmall)


Local brand Nokinocs is taking the culinary heritage of Palawan to Cebu. One of these is the Vietnamese dish chao long which is made of beef, rice noodles, beans sprouts, and basil. Customers can choose from two variants: beef stew or thin beef strips or buto-buto (beef ribs). They also have French bread to go with the soup. These dishes were brought by Vietnamese immigrants who fled to Palawan when communist rulers took over their country in the 1970s.


3. Jeepney Food Stop



new noodle restaurants in Cebu City

Nonoy’s La Paz Batchoy with egg from Jeepney Food Stop (Image: Jeepney Food Stop)


For food that’s right on the budget, one place you can go to is Jeepney Food Stop. Opened last February, the jeepney-inspired interiors are one-of-a-kind, while the prices won’t make a dent on your wallet. For PhP80, one can have Nonoy’s La Paz batchoy with egg. Another rainy-day option would be their tom yum soup, sold at PhP120. One can also find Cebuano street food like chorizo (pork sausage), larang (sour and spicy fish soup), and ginabot (deep-fried pork intestines).


4. Watda Pho



new noodle restaurants in Cebu City

A bowl of pho dac biet from Watda Pho (Image: aleninwanderland)


Watda Pho, the business venture of couple Febre Lee Gonzaga and Marvin Martinez, brings the popular Vietnamese street food to the Queen City of the South. Opened last May, Watda Pho specializes in pho dac biet, or special pho. Pho is best eaten hot, and sipping is recommended to savor all the flavors. To go with their pho, diners can have banh mi (Vietnamese sandwich) on the side. Watda Pho also serves Vietnamese coffee, rice meals, and rice noodle meals.




5. Ikkousha Ramen



new noodle restaurants in Cebu City

Tonkutsu shio ramen from Ikkousha Ramen (Image: Ikkousha Ramen)


Cebu has plenty of Japanese restaurants serving ramen, but one place seeks to offer a different kind of ramen eating experience. At Ikkousha Ramen, one can adjust the noodle texture and saltiness as well as add extra noodles or toppings by checking tick boxes from an order sheet. They have tonkotshu shio, tonkotsu black, and god fire ramen which come in special, ajitama (soft-boiled egg), or original flavor. This means that they offer nine types of ramen in the restaurant.


Prices may change without prior notice.

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Arrah Camillia Quistadio-Manticajon

Arrah Camillia Quistadio-Manticajon is the current content supervisor for the Visayas region of ShoppersGuide Marketing, Inc. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication degree from UP Cebu. She has previously worked for a business process outsourcing company, a community newspaper, and a global technology company. When not writing, she putters about in the kitchen, baking or testing new recipes.

Arrah Camillia Quistadio-Manticajon

Arrah Camillia Quistadio-Manticajon is the current content supervisor for the Visayas region of ShoppersGuide Marketing, Inc. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication degree from UP Cebu. She has previously worked for a business process outsourcing company, a community newspaper, and a global technology company. When not writing, she putters about in the kitchen, baking or testing new recipes.

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Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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