Cebu Restaurant
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9408 Martin Way E #4 Olympia, WA 98516
9408 Martin Way East #4USWashingtonOlympia98516
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Monday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmSaturday 12:00 – 9:00 pmSunday Closed
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"Love this restaurant, you may have to wait but the food is worth it."
"Great authentic food!"
"This is a step in the right direction for Philippine cuisine."
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Amanda Longan
7 months ago
first step in you can clearly see it is a mom and pop joint, the decor is a little eclectic but nice. our table linens were clean as we're the settings. I mist say I was unable to enunciate any of the menu options. our wait was a little long. the food is served in regular human portions, not extravagantly huge but a reasonable dinner size plate. you could tell it was fresh cooked, everything tasted good. the waiter was a young boy, I'm assuming he was the owners son but was polite and attentive. the cook came out and he greeted each table when the dinners were served. I should caution that a very cold beer or glass of wine would've been nice during our wait but they are not served at cebu. it was a good adventure for a date night. nice and quiet and laid back.
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Ganzfried Family
2 years ago
Small, intimate and wonderful! Family owned and run restaurant. Great authentic food!!
A Google User
6 years ago
We moved into the Thurston county area from the East coast and this place was suggested to us by a friend. We loved this place. It has that homey feel and the food is excellent. The owner is very friendly . I only wish they open on Sundays though. Coz thats where my family and I always eat out.
A Google User
7 years ago
i been here twice. first time it was alright. i thought the flavor was not there at all. i gave them another chance and the food simply do not have flavors! the sinigang fish tasted like it was only flavored with minimal salt and nothing else. did the cook even tasted it before she served it? won't be coming back here again... kinda more expensive than most filipino restaurant. i felt so bad about the second trip i decided to go home and cooked my own sinigang with proper flavors. and oh yeah large portion my butt for the money the portions should be much more.
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Nick Wilson
11 months ago
Excellent and authentic food with amazing service, what more do you need!?
Sarah Reynolds
2 years ago
The food was delicious. Great place for a date as it wasn't crowded. The prices are around $10-14.
A Google User
3 years ago
Great service, great food. Can be spendy so we only go once a month. Angel is the best waiter though.
A Google User
8 years ago
We recently had dinner on our way home to Portland-OR from a Victoria-BC getaway. This is a sit-down, full-service restaurant, not cafeteria-style nor food-order-from-counter. The setup is very nice with good tables, chairs, linens, and decor. While the menu is limited, choices were good enough that you will find dishes that suit your cravings. The clean, white plates were crisp looking and complement the colorful, sometimes, mushy looking dishes of the Philippines. We had lumpia shanghai, pancit bihon, kare-kare, shrimp ginataan, coconut ice cream, and halo-halo. To my surprise, the dishes where individually plated, not served family style. We got over that and managed to share as much as we want. Everyone proclaimed the food to be very good... the only drawback being the rice was not freshly cooked and obviously reheated. The food was pricey compared to Filipino standards... but it is worth it. Truthfully it is about time that we pay a bit more for better ambiance and fresher ingredients. The prices are comparable to better asian restaurants. Is there room for improvement? You bet. Perhaps a seasonal menu. A bit more variety in the flavors/sauces, to showcase the different regional specialties of the Philippines. Overall, a job well done! This is a step in the right direction for Philippine cuisine.
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