They say Cebuanos are hard to please especially when it comes to dining experience.
Not only that we seek for food that touches the palette, we also seek for great ambiance with an intimate feel where we can dine with our love ones and a place that offers exceptional services worth coming back for.
2 years ago, the Laguna Group has opened Parilya as an addition to their growing chain of restaurants. Over the past two years, Parilya has become one of the most popular sought out restaurants within Cebu for family gatherings, barkada eat outs, romantic dates and foodies alike.
Situated in Il Corso City di Mare, South Road Properties, Parilya offers a modern sea-side dining experience along with variety of food choices from your most craved seafood dishes, grilled favorites to delectable Filipino desserts! To make it more salivating, they also serve their famous Parilya Lechon, roasted slowly to a tender and crisp perfection that doesn’t disappoint the Cebuano specialty.
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As they turn two, Parilya will take you with them in a time machine. With their love for everything about Cebu including its rich history with local music, they’ll bring back on stage the band that started it all!
40 The Band has been one of Cebu’s top local bands during the late 80’s. The band was best known back then with their new wave and alternative rock music genre. By playing cover songs of famous music artists during the era was how they learned to play together. Eventually towards the 90’s they’ve already captured the hearts of the music loving Cebuanos with their original song compositions “What I Say” and “Rain” that became local radio hits at that time.
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Reunited after 30 years, 40 The Band will join Parilya as they celebrate their second year anniversary this February 8, 2017.
Parilya does not only offer a sumptuous dinner buffet, the perfect ambiance for an exquisite dining experience, it will also serenade the night with great music that will definitely captivate a heart of a Cebuano.
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