Dinner at ‘Mr. A’ Restaurant in Busay, Cebu City

Last night was an unexpected dinner for me and Ernhez, one of my classmates in medical school. After our exam in the afternoon, that was around 3 o’clock, Ernhez fetched me from my apartment for us to look for restaurants where we could have our another voracious meal.

We drove to a number of restaurants around Cebu City yesterday. To our disappointments, most of them do not prepare early dinner yet. So Ernhez decided to bring me to a restaurant where I haven’t tried a dish yet. He brought me to Mr. A restaurant in Busay.

Unfortunately, we didn’t have had the chance to take pictures of the place because that dinner just so happen randomly. We just ate there. The foods are scrumptiously enough for our cravings.

I ordered a sizzling Bangus, milkfish, and a teriyaki chicken for myself. While Ernhez had a sweet and sour fish and the calamares. Every food tasted really awesome, very appetizing also with their preparation. However, during the night, at around 7 o’clock, the area where we dine at seems very dark anymore. The restaurant doesn’t have outdoor fire pits that could even make the area  well-lighted.

Stylish outdoor Fire PitStylish outdoor Fire Pit

Outdoor fire pits, the one looking like in the above image, are best fitted and designed for outdoor dining especially during the night. Aside from lighting the dining area, it also adds more romantic hue to the area for lovers, family and friends while dining.

I suggest, Mr. A restaurant should get outdoor fire pits next time.

But over all, the food and the area were good good.

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2 Responses
  1. Pinx says:

    it’s been a along time since i last ate here!!! murag 11 years ago pa Gay!!! hahaha!

  2. foodpick says:

    I really like the view in Mr. A. It’s definitely really pretty especially at night. One of the more romantic places I’ve been to.

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