Ayala Terraces in Cebu

Ayala in Cebu has changed a lot since I left in October 2008. Only a few days after I left that Ayala Terraces opened. The Ayala Terraces is the result of the few months of renovation of the back part of the ACC. The entire complex now houses restaurants and food establishments both coming from Cebu and other parts of the country.

Ayala Terraces

The ambiance of the place gives people the impression that everything within its confines is expensive. But don’t be deceived with its looks. On the contrary, I find the rates of the food establishments here relatively affordable (as compared to Metro Manila prices). So far, I’ve only been able to dine at Mooon Cafe β€” a Mexican Restaurant, Sunburst β€” Cebu’s signature fried chicken and UCC Cafe.


The Ayala Terraces is a PhP 600M development project by the Ayalas in Cebu. The Terraces, which was originally Ayala Center Cebu’s Lagoon before it was renovated, comprises 8,000 square meters of available floor area for establishments. The addition of the Ayala Terraces in Ayala Center Cebu gives Cebuanos a new definition to their urban lifestyle.

Ayala Terraces at night
Ayala Terraces at night

20 Replies to “Ayala Terraces in Cebu”

  1. Napuntahan ko na to per yung UP Technohub hindi ko pa napupuntahan LOL. Take me to Technohub Kuya Winston nyok πŸ˜›

    Yey Cebu trip again next, next week! πŸ˜€

  2. Hi lakwatsero! Great blog you got here πŸ™‚ congrats on the emerging influential blog awards.
    btw, are you originally from Cebu? just wondering hehe. thanks for the posts, it’s great to be updated about the place. something to look forward to. yey!

  3. Cebu is amazing! I missed Cebu. Ayala Terraces is a wonderful tambayan place.

    Maganda paghapon tumambay kasi malamig tsaka hindi magulo.

    Masarap din ang pagkain sa Gerry’s grill mura pa at sa lemongrass. mmmm. πŸ™‚

  4. i superbly ? CEBU…
    next to my hometown though…
    i considered this place as my 2nd home…you’ll not just see wonderful places but you’ll also meet a lot of wonderful and interesting people…

  5. ohhh.. how i miss cebu.. ive gone for 2 years and before i left it was still under construction.. can’t wait to be back home… cebu.. cebu.. cebu.. ohh…

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