A Melting Pot of Cuisines

Bigby's Cafe and Restaurant is located in Ayala Center Cebu and SM City Cebu

A cafe from the city of Cagayan de Oro had the victory of taking the Cebuanos’ heart in 2000. Bigby’s Cafe and Restaurant started in the Sugbuanon market at Ayala Center Cebu where they did not fail in the expectations of their consumers. Since the restaurant have been recognized by their food and cafe ambiance, they apparently extended and found its way to cater their avid fans in SM City Cebu. From their beloved cakes and food to their calm environment, who would not be dazzled by Bigby’s Cafe? So, let’s take a look to what they got.

So many food, so little time

This is their soup of the day... Chicken Noodle Soup, which costs Php85

This is their ever-famous Belly Buster that is their ultimate combo of barbecued babyback ribs, grilled rodeo chops, smoky pork belly, garlic rice, buttered vegetables and crispy onion rings, and this platter is only Php595

Bigby’s offered another dining experience by their decorations that simply entertains you while waiting for your food to be served. Cebuanos really enjoy food tripping, I know that due to the fact that I am a Cebuano myself, and Bigby’s Cafe provided that kind of experience that the locals are looking for. A lot of people really recognize this dining experience as an entertaining one because they provide big servings, plus fascinating customer service. It is indeed a perfect place to socialize with friends and to spend quality time with the family… Various people, various menu. Definitely, Bigby’s has the overall dining experience where you are taken to a melting pot of cuisines.

DebzTer @ Bigby's

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9 comments on “A Melting Pot of Cuisines

  1. Haven’t gone to Bigby’s yet. I think I’m gonna try their Belly Buster ^_^ It looks good basing on the picture posted and the description given (thinking about the barbecued babyback ribs, grilled rodeo chops, and garlic rice ^_^).

    The article gave me a positive perception regarding the service and food in Bigby’s.

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