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CEBU: La Marea's Famous Warm Brownie Cup

What is this gargantuan octopus doing inside a restaurant? This is what came to mind when I saw this inside La Marea. But then again, I suddenly remembered that "marea" roughly means the sea, or water. So that sort of answer my question- hehe.


La Marea is a famous dessert hangout in Cebu City. The branch we went to is in Banilad area.


Here are some of the sinfully-looking cake choices at La Marea. Had I not been full (literally bursting), I would've gotten a slice. But as it is, I can just admire and drool.


Another view of the cakes and other sweet temptations!


Here's what I got- warm brownie cup. Underneath the ice cream is warm brownie. Just imagine the combination of warm brownie and cold ice cream ... simply divine. I'm glad that I was able to taste this before I left Cebu (literally). I was scheduled to fly back to Manila a few hours after my La Marea detour. Its one of the food and dining places on my list so I think I have a valid excuse. ;)




La Marea
Crossroads, Banilad
Cebu City


La Marea
I.T. Park
Paseo Arcenas
Banawa, Cebu City


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