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Restaurants every tourist and Davaoeño should dine in.

Jan 17, 2016

Restaurants every tourist and Davaoeño should dine in.

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Tiny Kitchen
(F. Torres St, Poblacion District, Davao City)
When it was my first time dining in at Tiny Kitchen, I expected it was small because of its name but it isn’t. When we first came in, their waiters and waitresses greeted us with enthusiasm. My friends always suggest me that I should try their paellas and pastas. Well, I wasn’t disappointed. Their paellas were amazing and very satisfying to my tongue. It’s a must try in their menu. Their restaurant also serves soups, salads, sandwiches and other viands. Concerning their service, you might need just a little bit of patience because; they’re preparing goodness just for you and your company.

Lachi's
(Door 1-H Values School Building, Ruby Street, Marfori Heights Subdivision, Davao City)
If you’re around the city and you don’t know where to eat and you don’t know what to eat. Lachi’s is a great place to fulfill your unknown wanted taste. It’s just a small restaurant and a lot of people are dining in there so if you want to eat there, make sure you have reservations or you come in there before lunch or dinner time so you can grab a table for you and people with you. When you’re browsing their menu you should definitely try their Unforgettable Pork Ribs, from the name itself, it is something you would literally and figuratively not forget. Are you a meat lover? You should also try the Callos, Laing, Chicken and Lechon Kawali. And don’t go outside if you haven’t tasted their Classic Sans Rival or the other desserts. Goodbye diet; Hello calories!

Outback Grill
(Bacaca Road, Poblacion District, Davao City)
Burgers? Barbeques? More meat? Outback Grill is the perfect place to set your feet and dine. The restaurant’s trademark design is the crashed plane. Drivers know where to find Outback grill by just remembering the crashed plane landmark. When you get there, the whole restaurant smells like grilled food. All their burgers are delicious. The outback double down and the western burger is a must try in their menu. They also have this challenge called the Goliath burger challenge where you’ll need to finish a 2 kilogram & 10 inch diameter burger in an hour. I wasn’t able to finish it but maybe you can. You’ll also be entertained by the local band that is playing during night time. Ambiance is perfect especially if you’re with your family & friends.

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Buffet 52
(Plaza De Bole F. Torres Street, Davao City)
Wherever city you go, there is always almost a Korean restaurant in town. And in Davao when it comes to Korean food, Buffet 52 is always my first choice. I had a chance to talk to the owner and according to her; the ingredients are freshly from Korea. When you come to Buffet 52, go ahead and eat all you can because it’s affordable and belly satisfying. If you visit there, you should try their Bibimbap, samgyeopsal, Jajangmyeon, Korean beef stew and their other special foods. Surely, you won’t be disappointed and you won’t exit from the restaurant hungry or unsatisfied.

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Verdebarr
(7 Viking Street, Dona Vicenta Village, Davao City)
This place might be hard to find but when you find it and you dine in it, I’m pretty sure, you’ll say “It’s worth it.” If you’re on a budget and you’re looking for quantity and quality food, Verdebbar is the restaurant you’re looking for. Their Hungarian sausage, large pork chop, tenderloin tips, salads and other mouthwatering foods would surely fulfill your belly. Their waitresses are very friendly and they will serve your food with great smile in their faces.

Cafe Demitasse

(F. Torres St, Poblacion District, Davao City)
Are you looking for breakfast foods, pasta, coffee, shakes and cakes? Say no more, Café Demitasse got it all covered up for you. One thing I like with this restaurant is almost all of their foods are unique in taste. You may have tasted a spaghetti Bolognese but in Café Demitasse, it’s another taste of goodness for your tongue. For a reasonable price, you can enjoy their Buttermilk pancakes, Omelettes, Bistek Ala Demitasse, Chicken Pork Adobo ala Demitasse and you should also try their cakes especially the New York Cheesecake and their Blueberry cheesecake. I also love their cakes because they maintain the quality of it being moist and fresh. You surely wont regret it.

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