for most, it's just the name of a restaurant that serves Mediterranean and one opened in cebu (the terraces, ayala) recently. i've always liked cyma in manila and decided to grab dinner in the place when i got the chance to travel for work sometime early august.
if you're new to the place, you must order the gyro (somehow the waiter pronounced it as "hero") as that's a typical order. it's presented like shawarma with pita stuffed with onions, tomatoes, grilled meats and a special sauce that gives it a peanuty garlicky flavor. the most popular would be chicken and beef but i personally prefer lamb.
you have the option to repcae the pita with lettuce to make your wrap a bit "healthier".
if you're inclined, you can spread the gyro and cut it up into pieces very much like a side salad. ask for a slice of lemon and bit of olive oil and balsamic vinegar. that's my little secret.
for my meal, i didn't want to get some rice so i ordered steamed mahi mahi and skipped the potato salad side dish. This one was a tad bland but i enjoyed the firm but melt-in-your-mouth flesh. a dash of pepper and salt will make this an excellent partner to your gyro-salad :)