Its just one of their bestsellers and Davaoeños look forward to having it for snacks along with their cheese bread or pan de siosa.If you would opt for a hot steaming bowl of batchoy, they also have it in the menu.Their chicken and durian pies are great for pasalubong.
There’s nothing fancy about how they cook their pancit, lumpiang shanghai, chopsuey, lomi or the famed lugaw and tokwa’t baboy but its going back to a place that reminds you of a noisy kitchen in the comfort of your home. The Vista Restaurant at Eden Nature Park and Resort offers the freshest vegetables, herbs and fruits straight from its gardens and orchards.
The cool mountain air would whet your appetite as the buffet table is laden with choice meat viands, crunchy vegetables in different herb infused sauces, freshly squeezed fruit juices and sweet desserts. the dishes that you can think of that have banana on it, such as banana sisig, banana bibingka, humba banana -- and you can create your own banana cue!
And for those who crave for buko-pandan, you can always go back and back and back and back to the buffet table.
At 348/head, prepare yourself for a gastronomic overload.
How to Get There: PAL and other major airlines fly daily to Davao from Manila and Cebu.
Taxi flag down rate is Php 40 and jeepney fare starts at Php 8.
Chef Vince Rodriguez whips up mean paella (negra, valencia, marisco), chorizo pasta, salpicao, and all those dishes that make my mouth water just by thinking of them!
Out of their kitchen comes huge delicious dishes that satisfy your cravings for hot and uber-delicious treats. You really do get a view of the Davao City vista from this dining place.
They introduce twists into traditional Filipino food or other cuisines, and make them more palatable, affordable, and definitely more delicious.
Since Antonio’s is Davao-born and raised, they incorporate Davao ingredients into their dishes like pomelo juice, crispy tuna, buko and durian shake. I want to treat myself, or my best friends need to treat ourselves to good food, there’s no other place to be but at Tiny Kitchen.
As diverse as its peoples of various ethnicities and faiths, Davao City offers a wide range of culinary delights, from street food to fine dining.