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Food & Grocery Is good quality beef available in Dumaguete?

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  1. Gabrielle_K

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    You can buy canned strawberries in some sort of syrup in the baking section at robs
     
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    Even the most expensive so-called imported beef is not worth buying because it's just too old and been frozen for an ice age. I did have a great steak at Casablanca restaurant once.
     
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    :thumbsup: I don't remember ever having a bad one, in Fact, that is the Reason I eat there
     
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    Maybe the title would have been more appropriately worded "Where is the best quality beef available in Dumaguete?
     
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    Belcris is terrific. Go there for beautiful NZ rack of lamb, terrific Spanish spare ribs, wonderful salmon, great cheeses, AND the prices are very good - the lamb, for example is cheaper than I could get in NZ and Australia... Easy parking, too.
     
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    We bought some Hungarian sausage there during our first trip the other day. I like it

    But I told the owners they need to list what's in each freezer w prices. They seemed receptive to the idea, but that could just be politeness on their part.

    They have rib eye steak but it's per order only from Manila
     
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    Possibly politeness, of which there is a lot of in this country, thankfully... Probably impractical for them to label the contents of each freezer. Contents are often shifted around for defrosting, etc. I ask the staff the whereabouts of items I need - they always find them...
     
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