Standing upright in height among the superb mountain hills of Cebu, Chateau de Busay gladly carries the name of this blossom providing region. A 20-minute drive from the City appropriate, along with a comprehensive and winding street, conveys you to this dazzling and vibrant garden greenhouse eatery 1,000 feet above ocean level.
Built in 1968 by Paul John Kiener, an American architect who went to the Philippines in 1946 with the U.S. Armed force Corps of Engineers and continued to build up a legitimate company name in development.
Obtained by Swiss cheesemaker
Obtained in 1983 by Swiss cheesemaker and gourmand Roland Werro, together with his Filipina spouse, Emily, they affectionately and carefully transformed it into a fine eating eatery – Chateau de Busay.
Since 1991, Chateau has been claimed and overseen by the group recently Cebuano specialist, Victor Uy. His significant other, Nonie, initiated the remodel and extension of Chateau (in 2004 and 2013), making excellent gathering ranges for the closest recommendations to the richest of festivities.
- Full Bar Available
- Free Parking
- Outdoor Seating
Chateau de Busay has taken its claim as the main peak eatery and occasions setting in Cebu, gloating of its dazzling perspectives of the mountains and the rich greenery.
I noticed this place while I was riding my motorbike to the hills. It looked very clean and elegant. I decided to have a coffee in the establishment and it was a perfect choice.
This location is very much known by locals (Cebuanos) since they do cater to weddings and honeymoons. They also have 7 rooms that you can stay. The prices are not cheap but you get what you pay for it. I fully recommend this place wholeheartedly to other tourists.
Chateau de Busay Restaurant
Address: Lower Busay Hills, Nivel Hills Cebu City, Philippines
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (032) 231 2000
Opens Daily: 11 AM to 10 PM
If you feel a little hesitant to come to this place. I have added a 360-degree image below. I hope you will find it worthy.
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