Mooon Cafe in Ayala Terraces

Mooon Cafe in Cebu is one of the few must-try restaurants that I failed to visit during my six month stay last year. I had a couple of attempts but I always failed. Every time we visit Mooon Cafe at The Walk (in Asiatown IT Park, Lahug), there’s always a long queue of customers. The place is never empty especially at night.

Mooon Cafe

During my last visit to Cebu City, I managed to dine at Mooon Cafe in Ayala Terraces. Lucky for us that we went there earlier and we were able to choose our seats. We opted for the place nearest the door which was apt for our food photography needs.

Mooon Cafe serves Mexican food that’s why for starters, we ordered Quesadillas Uno.

Quesadillas Uno

We also ordered Gambas ala Luna for appetizers. I was expecting it to be spicy but it was not as spicy as the ones I have tried before.

Gambas ala Luna

The Baby Back Ribs, one of the house’s specialty dishes, is a must-try dish.

Baby Back Ribs

The Chicken Mozarella Melt is also a favorite among their menu.

Chicken Mozarella Melt

At present, Mooon Cafe currently operates in three locations. The main restaurant is in Andres Abellana in Guadalupe, Cebu City. The second one is in Asiatown IT Park in Lahug, Cebu City. The one in Ayala Terraces, where we dined in, is the most recent Mooon Cafe that opened.

In conclusion, after waiting for a year and traveling to and from Cebu, my long wait to dine at Mooon Cafe was worth it. Mooon Cafe will be among my favorite dining places in Metro Cebu.

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Author:Lakwatsero

Pinoy Lakwatsero is a mid twenties professional from Makati, Philippines who occasionally takes a break from his work and travel the Philippines and the neighboring countries in Southeast Asia. His goal is to travel Europe and West Asia. Pinoy Lakwatsero also blogs for the Philippine Travel Blog

36 Responses to “Mooon Cafe in Ayala Terraces”

  1. June 20, 2011 at 9:22 am #

    I love Moon Cafe! always eats there on weekends. thanks for the nice blog!

  2. jean
    February 7, 2012 at 10:56 am #

    hi..i just want to inquire if mooon restaurants still want to accepts ojt trainees within the month of March until May…Thank you

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