Inside you will find the restaurant staff wearing South American attire serving you food and drinks. In the background is Latin American music playing to set the mood.
From the food, one can tell the foreign influences in Latin American food.
One example is the Ceviche series which can be compared to the Japanese sashimi.
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They offer several varieties of Arroz rice dishes from various Latin American cuntries like Peru, Brazil and Ecuador.
It is amazing that this restaurant has quite a number of dishes from the said countries.
The dessert has similarities with our own.
The coco flan above just lloks and tastes like leche flan.
Of course, there is also a variety of wines one can order some of them imported from South American countries.
For that night, it was like I had a trip to the Latin American countries as I tasted their food.
Santiago restaurant promises to be an interesting food trip.
Santiago will have its grand opening in August. It is open to both tourists and Filipinos.
Probably, the only restaurant dedicated to South American cuisine, Cebuanos are given the first opportunity to experience the food adventure to the best of Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, Uruguay, Venezuela, Bolivia and Guyana at an affordable price.
Santiago is found at Days Hotel, Airport Road, Matumbo, Pusok Hills, Mactan Island, Lapu-lapu City, Cebu, Philippines with telephone numbers (032) 495-5381, 495-5383 and 495-5386.