As we walked on through the streets of Butuan City, we felt hungry and looks for the right place to dine for the night. I am with Champrix Galeza, the ownder of Pinukis Shop so we took fancy at asking randomly at Butuanons for directions where we can probably eat dinner in a local flare.
As we search for the right place to dine, we chanced upon Rosario Dimsum House where we tasted a good combo of siopao, siomai and black gulaman. The concept was very much like Chowking and the mainstream Chinese inspired restaurant but the very ambiance is that it is localized with all its design and menu.
We dine for the night and it was the only dimsum I tasted in Butuan City. It was all worth it.
When I asked for the chopsticks, the service crew told us that they run out of such so instead gave us spoon and fork however; I insisted that we need chopsticks so the gracious young lady gave us two pairs of chopsticks.
Before going to the hotel where we are staying for the night, we asked the girl service crew what is good to see in Butuan City for the night and she suggested bars like Woodstock.