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One of recommended restaurants in Cebu City visited again by Tutubi to partake of the famous pochero, Cebu's version of the Tagalog's bulalo, a soup made of beef and one of Tutubi's favorite comfort food.
the homey ambiance of the Abuhan Dos on Ramos St. near Fuente Osmena downtown Cebu City.
The pochero (price: P350.00) came in one big bowl with one order good for 2 to 4 persons, still steaming hot, the way it should always be.
What makes Cebu's pochero distinct from Batangas Bulalo? It's the presence of white corn!
a close up view of pochero oozing with "utak," actually bone marrow, goodness. (Shot in dim light and hundgry stomach thus blurred output)
a motion-blurred picture of Tutubi's buddy from Batangas to add scale to the pochero bowl. He's about 5 feet 10 inches tall and 190 lbs and he wasn't able to slurp all the marrowy goodness of the pochero
Even with Tutubi's hefty companion, they weren't able to finish one order of Abuhan pochero, so they requested for the soup and bones be taken out and eaten at breakfast the next day...Abuhan pochero, ka-lami gyud!
Abuhan Restaurant Information:
Abuhan Uno F. Ramos St., Cebu City Telephone Number: +220.127.116.111
Abuhan Dos (Restaurant branch is Open 24 Hours) 176 F. Ramos Street, Cebu City Contact Number: +18.104.22.16874
Abuhan Tres PIPC Tower, Asiatown IT Park Lahug, Cebu City Contact Number: +22.214.171.1241 Remarks: open 24 hours and near Waterfront Lahug Hotel
How to get to Abuhan Dos Restaurant:
it's just near Fuente Osmena, if you take a taxi just request the taxi driver to take you to Abuhan Ramos (it's on Ramos St, that's why)