Starting off to a sumptuous breakfast with a buffet at Patok sa Manok to start Day 3 of our Sooo Pinoy food trip in Davao City. That was just awesome!
Patok sa Manok, as it is being called and known now, was the first lechon manok in Davao and was featured in Panorama. They started in November 18, 1985 as Golden Brown then and in 1986 changed its name to what it is known now as Patok sa Manok with their second branch opening then in Bajada. They now have about 10 branches in Davao City. They are planning to expand and branch out in Manila mid of 2013. Their specialty includes their best sellers – lechon manok, liempo, pancit canton and kare-kare.
Look at the photos of what we enjoyed for breakfast that day! Sarap!
Liempo… looking at this right now makes me crave for more!
Adobong Buntot ng Bariles (Tuna)
Squid with Sambal
Their Hot Seafood Roll is delicious. I liked it.
Spare Ribs with pineapple… this one was also delicious!
Patok sa Manok caters to you and your family’s craving for sooo sarap Filipino dishes. They also served desserts like buko pandan and halo-halo, two popular Filipino desserts that we love.
Telephone Number: (082) 235 2674 – Lanang branch fronting Fortune Homes, Davao City. Or check their website at http://patoksamanok.com.
ALL Photos by DAVAOFOODTRIPS.COM
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This epic food trip in Davao City from June 25-29, 2012 is part of Unilever Food Solutions’ Sooo Pinoy campaign, in partnership with the Department of Tourism, to make more Filipinos aware of the richness and diversity of our cultural heritage with our Filipino dishes and cuisine in the Philippines and for this leg featuring the local dishes may it be their traditional versions or unique yet delicious fusion of Filipino cuisine that are popular in Davao City. Thank you Unilever Food Solutions for making us a part of this epic Davao food trip!
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