Army Navy, IT Park

Feb 22, 2015

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Ground Floor, Stall 206, eBloc 2 Bldg. IT Park,
Cebu City, Cebu
+63 032-2600055

Army Navy has been serving some of the best burgers in town since 2012.

Come in hungry. Walk out happy! This military-themed quick-serving restaurant that opened its doors last 2012 has been serving perhaps some of the best burgers in town. And not only that, they also serve burritos, tacos, and quesadillas.

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This classic Army Navy burger is packed with a quarter pound of natural beef patties, fresh lettuce and tomatoes, onions, some mayo and ketchup. The toasted Kaiser burger buns are sprinkled with sesame seeds.

The Freedom Fries were cut thin and awesomely crispy!

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For a price of just Php160, you get not one but two – yes two – hard shell tacos filled with beef smothered in onions, tomato, lettuce, and cheeeese.

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The Burrito’s floured tortilla was thin but heavy and was loaded with beef steak, Spanish rice, frijoles (a dish made from black beans), guacamole, and some vegetables.

The Army Navy Toast for just Php99, topped with blueberry and a scoop of vanilla ice cream made for a perfect dessert!


Food
75%
Price
75%
Ambiance
68%
Service
72%

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