All-time favorite Filipino, Korean dishes at Grand Blue Restaurant

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Tuesday, June 17, 2014

FOR just a short drive to Lapu-Lapu City in Mactan Island, one can already experience the offerings of a native and classic restaurant situated along the historic Mactan shore.

After celebrating its first year anniversary on May 25, Grand Blue restaurant continues to serve its all-time favorite Filipino and Korean cuisines.

Its bestsellers include the traditional crispy pata and calamari. Diners can also cook for themselves Samgyupsal, a popular dish in Korea. It is served with Kimchi that can perfectly feed your cravings for Korean food.


The restaurant boasts of being budget-friendly with a wide array of food and beverage choices. The place has a huge capacity that could accommodate up to 300 persons on the lower floor and 100 people on the rooftop. This makes it a perfect venue for themed parties or family gathering. Overlooking the place is the vast shoreline of Mactan during the day. At night, you can enjoy the romantic ambiance along with an acoustic band serenading the guests table by table from 6:30 p.m. to 11 p.m.

The manager, Maribel Bajar, assured an unforgettable experience for guests that would surely make them go back.

Grand Blue is open 24 hours daily for those who want to extend their stay the rest of the night. They also accept reservations for events and functions. (Niñachleo Dianne O. Saplad, STC Mass Comm intern)

Published in the Sun.Star Cebu newspaper on June 18, 2014.


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