Aside from the things to do and interesting places to visit in my destination, I also make sure that I search for good food that the place has to offer. When it comes to food, Davao City offers a lot of dining places that will surely stimulate your taste buds. Be it a fine dining restaurant, a "hole in the wall" diners or simply a street food kiosk, you will surely enjoy Davao City as there are a lot of food options to choose from. Where to eat in Davao City? Here's a listing of places where you can eat in Davao City and some of the places I've dined which I recommend for you to try.
Where to Eat in Davao: RBG Bar and Grill of Park Inn by RadissonRBG (Restaurant, Bar, & Grill) is Park Inn hotel's modern dining restaurant with elegantly designed interiors bursting with colors that will surely boost your appetite to partake on a great meal. They offer a wide array of buffet selections which includes timeless favorite dishes, grilled meat, fresh seafood, locally-inspired specialties as well as delectable desserts.
The place is spacious, cozy and well-maintained, the staff are extremely courteous and the service is fast and highly commendable. The restaurant is open from 6:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. daily. So, if you have a big appetite and looking for a new place to satisfy it, go to RBG Restaurant at Park Inn Hotel.
Park Inn by Radisson Davao is one of Davao’s newest hotels with 198 well-appointed guest rooms and 6 Junior Suites. It is located at kilometer 6, JP Laurel Avenue, Lanang, Davao City, near SM Lanang Premier. For reservations and inquiries, please call +63 82 272 7608.
Where to Eat in Davao: Lachi's Sans Rival Atbp.Located at Door 1-H VAL Learning Village Ruby Street, Marfori Heights Davao City, they are famous for their sans rival and other mouth-watering desserts. We got to try their sans rival, cakes, tortes and cheesecakes. Truly delicious! Their durian cheesecake is a must-try.
Assorted Cheesecake (photo by escapemanila.com)
Where to Eat: Majid's Persian KababThey offer great tasting persian food for a very reasonable price. Must-try is their Beef Kabab served with grilled tomato and their home made pita bread. I've also tried their Chicken Biryani (P90) and Chicken Kabab (P35), yummy!
No wonder there are many diners at their place. Visit Majid's Persian Kabab and experience middle-eastern food at the heart of Davao City.
Their main branch is located along J. Rizal Street, Davao City.
Where to Eat in Davao: Bulca Chong RestaurantBulca Chong is a Davao specialty dish made from carabao (water buffalo) meat. It is a popular dining place among Davaoeños who are looking for a late night meal. Each bowl of Bulca Chong comes with several pieces of carabao meat drenched in a steaming hot bowl of orangey-looking soup. One serving costs 90 pesos which could be shared by 2 persons. The meat is so tender that you'll never have a hard time chewing it. The soup somehow tastes bulalo with a rich flavor of ginger. It's the first-time I've tasted Bulca Chong and I really liked it.
Bulca Chong (photo by pinasmuna.com)
Bulca Chong Restaurant is located at General Luna St. near Gaisano South Mall in Illustre, Davao City.
Where to Eat in Davao: The Market and City Side Streets for Fresh Durian and MarangDon't leave Davao without trying the durian. Go to the market or to the city side streets to buy Durian and Marang at a very cheap price. Each costs about 30-40 pesos only.
Buying Durian and Marang (photo by travelingmorion.com)
Where to Eat in Davao: Blugre' CoffeeDavao's first and leading specialty coffee shop, it offers wide variety of blended coffee as well as other treats such as pasta, panini and cakes. They are located at Matina Town Square, Bajada and SM City Davao. A must-try is Blugre's durian flavored coffee. It's a different twist to your usual coffee blend. Try it!
Where to Eat in Davao: Archipelago 7107 by Barrio FiestaArchipelago 7107 is a newly opened Filipino restaurant in Davao City. It is located at the 2/F Fountain Court, SM Lanang Premier, Lanang, Davao City.
Barrio Fiesta is well-known for its signature Filipino Cuisines and bestsellers. The concept of Archipelago 7107 is to bring different Filipino regional dishes into one roof, hence the restaurant was born. Must-try are their Crispy Pata and Kare-kare. Truly one of the best I've tried!
Come and discover Filipino Dining at Archipelago 7107 by Barrio Fiesta at SM Lanang, Davao City!
Many Thanks to RBG Bar and Grill of Park Inn by Radisson, Lachi's Sans Rival Atbp. and Archipelago 7107 by Barrio Fiesta for inviting us to try their specialty dishes during the Kadayawan Festival 2013 weekend.
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