Utzurrum: A new dining place: Caja Kitchen

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Authentically Cebuano and modern Asian cuisine are yours for the tasting and taking at the latest cozy dining haven Caja Kitchen located at the newly opened Bayfront Hotel-Capitol Site.

Simultaneously, the kitchen will also be available to diners and hotel guests at Bayfront Hotel-North Reclamation Area.

When we asked founder and managing director Charlton Cokaliong what differentiates Caja from other dining places, he proudly answered: ”Beyond the restaurant’s homey feel and ambience, our comfort food is something else. Savor a piping hot bowl of Sinigang, or indulge in a ‘guilty’ serving of Pork Sisig. Or do try the flavorful Italian Beef Lasagna with a unique twist and let’s not forget, the ever-present fiesta food, the sumptuous Lechon Belly!”

He continued: “All ages are sure to enjoy their favorite dishes. From the juicy Salisbury Steak, Grilled Prawns, and Sweet and Sour Fish Fillet to your grandkids’ choices: Baked Mac and Cheese, Spaghetti, and the ever-welcome pizzas etc.”

While relishing all these menu items, take time to notice the inspiration that evokes Cebu’s abundant and vibrant water forms and local color through the wooden fine finishes and shades of blue. To enhance its theme, the restaurant dedicated an entire wall highlighting our island’s most touristic sights: the Oslob whale sharks, the Sto. Niño Sinulog festivities, and of course, the one-and-only Cebu lechon!

Incidentally, for its grand opening salvo last month, a full-spread buffet was featured. Clients took advantage of dining in fours, with three paying the regular fare of P500 each, and the fourth person could join in for just P77. The fiesta fare included Crispy Pata, Lechon Belly and an array of local dishes!

Advanced reservations are encouraged. Feast on good food, only at Caja Kitchen!

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