Another delicious import from the Queen City of the South, Cebu City has landed in Davao to satisfy the taste bud cravings of all Davaoñeos. Lord of the Ribs Davao is now open to tease our tongues and fill our tummies.
Lord of the Ribs Davao (LotR) is located between two other restaurants that you can easily spot along Loyola Street in Obrero. The interior looks simple, but the interiors are definitely comfy with a homey ambiance. The entire place can accommodate up to 30 diners.
Lord of the Ribs Davao
Lord of the Ribs Davao has a mouth-watering selection of dishes in huge servings. The restaurant gives you great value for your money with every dish that you order.
Rack of Ribs by LotR
Lord of the Ribs’s hero dish is the lip-smacking Rack of Ribs. Obviously.
Rack of Ribs by Lord of the Ribs
At only P270, it may sound pricey. One serving includes their 500 grams of their signature ribs with barbeque sauce, curry or java rice, and a side of white sauce. So you get a lot of yummy bites with your P270. One serving is good for one to two diners. Continue reading →
Breaded Fish Fillet with Lemon Sauce by Cafe Asia Dimsum House
Chinese food lovers rejoice! Cafe Asia Dimsum House has expanded their dimsum and Asian Cuisine menu courtesy of their new chef.
For their appetizers and soup selection, Cafe Asia Dimsum House has added Deep Fried Squid Rings, Watchay with Asparagus and Quail Egg Soup, Mixed Seafood with Century Egg Soup, and Hototay Soup to their menu. These savory starters will whet your appetite for more delicious Asian dishes by Cafe Asia Dimsum House.
Taking centerstage are their new Steamed and Fried Dumplings: Shaomai, Mushroom Shaomai, Quail Egg Shaomai, Chicken Feet in Taosi, Fried Wanton, Ravioli, and Steamed Seafood Rolls.
Pork and Shrimp Shaomai by Cafe Asia Dimsum House
These new dimsum offerings will delight any dimsum lover. Pork, chicken, seafood, and beef highlighted in different dimsum dishes. Accompanying these are Cafe Asia Dimsum’s Steamed Fried Rice Pots, available in Pork, Beef, and Chicken variants. How can you say no to the appetizing combination of dimsum and steamed fried rice? Continue reading →
The much-awaited Davao Food Appreciation Tour 2011 (DFAT) will definitely be bigger and better. And it will most definitely start off with a bang. Participants arriving early on May 12, will be treated to a grand spread of seafood and Filipino dishes as we eat at Yellow Fin Seafood and Restaurant.
Yellow Fin is known for serving up a “Deliciously Davao!” feast. Some of their specialties are the grilled tuna belly and tuna panga, and the crispy greaseless fried chicken. Their dishes are sure to whet the appetite of the DFAT participants. Continue reading →
Filipino home-cooking is common and easy to find, so it’s hard to find one that really impresses one’s palate. Mamu’s Restobar has the look and feel, the ambiance of a fine dining restaurant. Their menu, however, consists of Filipino dishes and recipes cooked and served with a twist. Continue reading →
As part of the Davao Food Appreciation Tour, fourteen very lucky bloggers ate a five-course meal at the Polo Bistro Pool Lounge of the Marco Polo Hotel.
First off, we tried the very peppery (but not spicy) Pepper-Crusted Seared Tuna served with Cucumber and Kani Relish. It was very successful in making our tongues be prepared for more Continental Cuisine delights prepared by Sous Chef Alex Bomanlag.
Pepper-Crusted Seared Tuna served with Cucumber and Kani Relish by Polo Bistro of Marco Polo Davao
After the appetizer, we were served the very rich, very flavorful, and very, very cheesy French Onion Soup with Parmesan, Mozarella, and Ementhal Cheeses. Being a cheese-lover, I was enamored with the French Onion Soup. The cheeses complemented the delicate soup very well. I do not eat onions but I savored every onion strip in that soup.
French Onion Soup by Polo Bistro of Marco Polo Davao
Then came the salad and main dish combo. The Fresh Greens and Fruits Salad with Cesar Dressing was served with the main dish in order to cleanse our palates for the delectable main dish we were going to eat. The serving of the main dish was preceded by a live cooking presentation of our food. (SEE VIDEO!) Continue reading →