Great chow in an unlikely place

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Friday, May 2, 2014

THIS little restaurant may not be anyone’s idea of a gourmet destination since it is a bit out of the way. But Cafe Dulce of Dulcinea Hotel & Suites in Pajo, Lapu-lapu City, serves a delicious fusion of Korean, Chinese and Spanish cuisines.

Jo Kim, the hotel’s resident manager, takes pride in the restaurant’s delectable dishes prepared by chef Dominic that afford a diner one great dining experience.

One interesting thing about Cafe Dulce is that their vegetables come from the backyard of the owners in Tayud, Liloan. This guarantees freshness and a steady supply of greens and root crops.


The restaurant also offers healthy drinks, like the Dong Suh brown rice green tea. It is refreshing, very safe and healthy!

Some of the dishes include the “Assorted Street Ball Platter,” which has everything you want in fish balls and all; pork curry; and japchae, the Korean version of sotanghon guisado.

For those who long for something familiar, the Spanish pochero is the answer. This should approximate what fushion means, and deliciously so, too.

Published in the Sun.Star Cebu newspaper on May 03, 2014.


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