Category Archives: Places to Eat & Drink in Davao

Double Happiness with Marco Polo Davao’s Chinese Food Festival This March 2018

I am grateful for being able to experience the dimsum feast at the heart of Davao City that I would like to recommend to all of you, not just to all dimsum lovers in the city to try!

Marco Polo Davao gives double happiness this March as it has  launched its Chinese food festival offerings at its two dining outlets.

Chinese Food festival Lotus Court Marco Polo Davao Hotel

Starting March 4, 2018, the Lotus Court will offer a Chinese Dimsum Buffet for only Php 600 nett per person. Dimsum buffet will be available every Sunday for the whole month of March 2018!

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BluePosts Boiling Crabs and Shrimps New Seafood Offerings for February

BluePosts Boiling Crabs and Shrimps has new food offering added to their menu for the month of February 2018 to widen your choices of their delicious seafood menu offerings.

Among Davao City’s proudly homegrown restaurant and one of our fave seafood restaurants in the city that has expanded and branched out successfully in Metro Manila, BluePosts Boiling aims to become your ultimate choice for seafood restaurant destination in Davao.

Prepare to drool in these photos by BluePosts Boiling and get into a seafood craving indulgence in their Davao branches soon!

Check out the new seafood choices in their menu.


Fresh Oysters

Fresh catch of succulent oysters served on a bed of ice.
Perfect appetizer to whet your appetite.
Serving size: 6 pieces and 12 pieces.

As famous British celebrity chef Jamie Oliver, from the land where my sister lives now, will tell anyone how to eat fresh oysters,
“Season it however you like – I’m a big fan of lemon juice or Tabasco – then tip that lovely fresh oyster into your mouth!”


Grilled Oysters

Plump fresh oysters, perfectly grilled to bring out
its natural sweet and briny taste.
Serving size: 6 pieces and 12 pieces.


Grilled Hokkaido Scallops with Garlic Cream Sauce   Big and plump Hokkaido Scallops
grilled to perfection in garlic and butter.
Topped with creamy garlic sauce.
Serving size: 6 pieces.


Garlic Fried Baby Octopus

Fresh baby octopus lightly dusted with fry mix.
Crisp on the outside while soft and juicy inside.
Serving size: 2 – 4 persons.


Crispy Fried Crablets

Lightly battered & fried to a crisp then tossed in butter garlic sauce.
Perfect beer match or as an appetizer.
Serving size: 2 – 4 persons.

Let’s eat some tiny crabs aka crablets.
Just don’t ever get crusty crabby, okay?


Main Dishes

Grilled Salmon

Fresh salmon, grilled en papillote style with herbs and spices. Highlights the sweet taste of the fish.
Serving size: 1 – 2 persons.

Do you say it as sal-mon or sah-mon?
It’s yummy!
Salmon lovers in hubby and me were very happy!


Garlic Fried Salmon

Fresh fillet of salmon, lightly coated with fry mix & fried with garlic.
Lightly crisp on the outside, while flaky and juicy in the inside. Serving size: 1 – 2 persons.

Sal-mon or sah-mon, whatever…
This is the yummier version for us!
Salmon lovers in hubby and me were very happy (happier actually)!

The new menu is already available in all BluePosts Boiling Davao branches. Please not that the Fresh and Grilled Oysters will be available only in their Bajada J.P. Laurel branch. They also have branches in Lanang Business Park and in SM City Davao Annex building.

We are forever a fan of BluePosts Boiling’s garlic fried tuna belly, aside from the shrimps, but being a salmon lover, their new garlic fried salmon is an instant new fave of mine as well as hubby.

Yes we are salmon lovers. Just like Sir Jun of AA Co., we are also personally looking for a good salmon supplier in Davao City. If you know any, please do comment below or message us on Facebook or Instagram. *wink*

Don’t forget to tag us @DavaoFoodTrip on your Instagram | Twitter and Facebook food trip photos!!!


Patok Sa Manok in Tulip Drive Opens February 2

Home grown Filipino resto – Patok Sa Manok will officially open its newest branch at Tulip Drive in Matina, Davao City this Friday, February 02, 2018 at 10 in the morning. PSM has been in business in Davao City for more than 32 years already and has since then been known for their signature lechon manok. (If Golden Brown chicken house is a familiar landmark in the city to you during your childhood, then you know what am talking about.)

Chef Pauline Benedicto, the owners’ daughter, explained that the new resto offers a new look and feel to level up the dining experience in all Patok Sa Manok restos in town. Their newest branch in Tulip Drive has a function room that has the vibe of typical Davao known for our banana industry with banana trees painted on the walls. It gives an ambiance and look with a tropical feel of a home in Davao with that foliage painting.

As with their menu, they stick to their classic offerings of dishes like their signature lechon manok which I find delicious eaten by itself even without dipping it in the liver sauce it is served with.

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