Visayan cuisine is very simple. If you want to be free of processed food or artificial flavors/chemicals in your food, then Visayan food is for you. Dishes like binignit which is a yam snack in coconut milk, sinugba which is barbecued and spiced meat or fish and seafood kinilaw will have you licking your fingers in delight.
There are many islands in the Visayas and that is why there are so many variety in the Visayan cuisine; it is an amalgamation of different cultures. Visayan food is also low on spices which means everyone can enjoy it without reaching for a glass of water or coke after every bite.