Larsian is a popular place in Cebu because of its grilled foods. Larsian can be compared to Banchetto of Manila however it serves mostly grilled/barbecued dishes. A variety that ranges from poultry meats down to seafood meats. I didn't google for photos about Larsian therefore I am really clueless of what does it looks like. So I was surprised to see that it was not a single restaurant but it was a big place comprise of many stalls but selling the same type of food. Yes, all the stalls in Larsian are selling the same type of food (well, that is just base on my observation) and this is by far the largest barbecue center that I have ever been.
|Some of the things you can choose from =]|
We were overwhelmed at first and barely couldn't decide where to dine because there are so many stalls to choose from and the food really do look fresh and delicious. So here's a tip, gather all the vendors and bargain with them. Yes, that's right. Ask them what they can offer to you as a freebie if you'll eat on their place. This technique is very effective if you're in a large group like ours because vendors will do anything to have you in their respective stall.
And the stall that win our hearts is stall number 21, the Alindasay. We actually got unlimited "sabaw" or soup and 2 liters of sodas for free with that technique. The crew is even nice and gave us discounts to our orders despite the freebies they've already offered to the group.
|This will be a good chorizo!|
|The very interesting rice of Larsian called "puso"|
|Look at those saucy chorizo and chicken|
|Tasty "balunbalunan" and "isaw"|
|Pusit with veggies|
|Meet the Larsian warriors|
Total Bill - 1280 pesos (shared by 11 full person)
- Isaw (chicken intestine) - 5 pesos
- Liempo - 350 pesos (4 pieces, discounted)
- Squid - 70 pesos
- Chicken skin - 5 pesos
- Pork barbecue -
- Puso (rice) - 3 pesos
- Chorizo (my favorite) - 13 pesos
- Balunbalunan (chicken gizzard) - 5 pesos
|After the war... hahaha|