Tuesday, July 9

10 Dove Street, Sto. Niño Village, Cebu City

Another food haven that is added on the list is the 10 Dove Street. It's a small, residential place situated at Sto. Niño Village in Banilad. It is a 15-20 seater French-inspired establishment. This is the best place to visit if you are trying to impress someone on a date or even dine with your family intimately. The name itself will lead you if you want to go there.

We had one of our team meatings (meeting + eating) there and we were surprised about how cozy and homey the place was. We went there at around 5:00pm to make sure that we'll be accommodated since we were informed that a lot will go there especially during weekends.

this is the facade of the restaurant
don't forget to ring this bell so the waiters will know that you're coming in...
What's good about this French-inspired resto is you only need to pay Php220.00 and you'll be served with gourmet sandwiches plus your choice of soup, salad or a meal and a slice of their mouth-watering cake as a dessert.
the menu

thier choices of soup

their French-inspired utensils

bread sticks are served as starters while waiting for the meal to be served
Personally, I was expecting that the servings were small but it turned out that I was wrong. Each serving was enough for each person. Take a look at our orders:

Clam Chowder Soup

Cream of Corn Soup

Chicken Primavera Salad

Fandango Salad

German Potato Salad

Chicken Mango Salad

Roast Beef Dylan Sandwich

Porky's Nightmare

Awesome Burger Steak Meal (served with cucumber salad and rice)

Sausage and Slaw (served with potato salad and toasted bread)

Opera Cake
Decadence Cake

a slice of Decadence Cake

Mango Cream Cake

Ribbon of Fudge Cake
I was like a kid asking for my teammates' star-shaped plastic toothpicks placed on their sandwiches because it looks so cute. Of course, I asked it from them before they start using it.

Here's what it looks like inside the restaurant. It feels like you are at home. It is well-ventilated, well-lighted and it's cozy ambience would really get you to eat a lot plus the place is so clean.

Good thing because I was able to take a photo of what it looks like outside if it's already in the evening. You will never feel that this is a restaurant open to the public because of its intimate appeal but mind you, this is not an intimidating place. You will surely love not just the food but also the place.

We were planning to go back there one of these days and hopefully they have new entrees or new addition to their menu but I'm hoping that I get to taste all of the food there. There is only one thing that I can say and share to everyone, it's super sulit! (it's worth the value of your money!)

Visit them and let me hear your thoughts:

10 Dove Street Restaurant
#10 Dove Street, Santo Niño Village, Banilad
Opens every Monday to Saturday (11:30am-10:00pm)


  1. Ohhh, i love their potato and corn chowder... And their roast beef dylan! xx


  2. I've never been to this restaurant but I've heard some pretty good things about their cakes :)

    1. You should try it, JoAnn. Let's go there one of these days. Let's invite some other food bloggers that you know...it's a sort of get-to-know gathering hehehehe.