Davao Restaurants

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    Ahfat Seafood: Chinese Restaurant serving Seafood

    by yellowbell Updated Apr 10, 2006

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    Seafood Restaurant
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    Most restaurants not found in malls close from 2-5pm so we were lucky to have found this restaurant which serve lunch at 4pm. There are 2 Ahfat restaurants, one serving seafood and the other Chinese food.

    Typical of Chinese restaurants, the small place has round tables which can seat 10-12 people.

    Aquariums of fish and crabs can be found.

    Favorite Dish: Steamed fish - so fresh and tender!
    Green seafood soup

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    Luz Kinilaw: Tuna by the Sea

    by yellowbell Written Aug 31, 2005

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    This no frills restaurant, situated near a creek, was even visited by politicians like our deposed president, Estrada. My former coworkers (bankers) always recommend this place. According to them, it serves the best grilled tuna.

    Wooden benches and tables and no AC contribute to the local flavor!

    Tuna aficionados, mostly office workers, come in droves in this hole in the wall eatery!

    Favorite Dish: Grilled yellow fin tuna (inihaw=grilled, panga=jaw)

    Serving of tuna is so big and cheap so my friend and I just ordered one and even took half of it home! Just put in a foil to preserve it.

    Soysauce with calamansi (local version of lemon) brings out the taste of your tuna

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    Nanay Bevengs: Nanay Bevengs

    by Iluv2surf2 Written Mar 12, 2005

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    Nanay Bevengs

    If you're into seafood, Nanay Bevengs is the place for you. This seafood buffet is exceptionally nice. The food is high quality, service is good and the price is very reasonable. If you like seafood and fish you'll love this place.

    I have only 1 complaint about this place which is they need to offer food in addition to seafood, like chicken, or leechon. I don't like seafood, so I didn't eat much, although I did find FRESH smoked tuna that was very good. Unfortunately, our second trip there it wasn't.

    If you like seafood you'd probably give it a 9-10, or say very satisfied, but keep my assessment in perspective since I don't like seafood or fish.

    Favorite Dish: One buffet item I really liked was a FRESH smoked tuna. It wasn't fishy tasting and was very good.

    As always, the rice was good.

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  • Claude's cafe de Ville: If you are homesick

    by Popmafruit Written Aug 21, 2003

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    If you are a long time form home and want to feel the ambience of your own Europe please visit the restaurant of Claude.
    Really perfect fish and beef and a good selection of french wines.
    After the meal with a good calvados you can look back at a perfect eveing in a very pleaseent French ambience.

    Favorite Dish: Prime steak

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    Ah Fat Seafood Restaurant: Ah Fat Seafood Restaurant

    by crazydigger Written Sep 8, 2002

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    Typical Chinese restaurant so don't expect a quiet meal. Very reasonable prices and food is tasty! I visit this restaurant every time I go home. Or I always order take-out!

    Favorite Dish: Steamed Garlic Prawns/Lobsters, Lohanchay, Hot-Sour Soup

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    Tsuru: Tsuru

    by crazydigger Written Sep 8, 2002

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    My family's favorite for years but prices have really gone up. To get a good meal, be prepared to shell out 400-500 pesos! Expensive considering that this is in Davao City. Has Sunday buffets.

    Favorite Dish: California Maki - the best I ever tasted anywhere!

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    All Kinds of Food Available

    by BLSM Written Aug 31, 2002

    Doavo has many non Fillpino residents. Many Indian, Chinese, Malay. Many run resturants. Take your pick. And of course there are the street vendors. I love fresh hot peanuts and deep fried bananas on a stick. Watch out for the Balut(boiled duck embroy in the shell) Sold by hawkers usually near the bus terminals.

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  • Jack's Ridge

    by Mayonie Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Jack's Ridge
    perched on a ridge overlooking the city, spectacular view of the city lights at night. Adjacent to the restaurant is Kai's, a bar featuring live bands almost nightly and Karlo's Coffee Station, a lovely coffee shop with an outdoor area with superb view of the city.

    Favorite Dish: grilled specials- spare ribs, chicken, etc

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  • AHFAT Seafood Restaurant

    by Mayonie Written Aug 24, 2002

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    AHFAT Seafood Restaurant
    simple Hong Kong style ambience, delicious food, swift service and affordable price..best value!

    Favorite Dish: seafood roll(deep fried prawn/fish/crab meat coated in flour and bread crumbs, other seafood dishes, sweet and sour pork, etc

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    Camp Sabros: Canteen

    by heydelin Written Feb 16, 2013

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    When you're hungry after the zipline come and eat at Camp Sabros canteen! Very affordable and yummy!

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    Blugre Coffee: Local Twist to Coffee

    by sanggano Updated Dec 31, 2011
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    Blugre is about durian cappuccino (with caffein or decaffeinated), period. Other than that, it looks like a local take on Starbucks.

    Favorite Dish: Durian cappuccino

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    Jack's Ridge: Feast on the lights

    by sanggano Written Dec 31, 2011

    Jack's Ridge serves typical Filipino food but from a vantage point, the better to enjoy the city lights below.

    Favorite Dish: Grilled tuna belly.

    Don't order the sisig - it's bland, and yucky with the mayonnaise.

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    Banok's BBQ House: Eat-all-you-can Rice in Banok's BBQ House

    by worknplay Written Mar 21, 2010

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    This resto specializes in chicken barbeque but they also have other dishes on their menu list. Its biggest come-on is their eat-all-you-can-rice offer. Perfect for carbo-overload.

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    arlyns: zizzling steak ala pobre

    by olitrac Written Sep 4, 2007

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    its just take a few minutes to have your order served, the abience is ok and their staff are always there to serve you. and they have a good parking lot too.

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    Swiss Deli: Something foreign

    by eversure Updated Mar 12, 2007

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    Nice place, cozy ambiance. Use of herbs is ok. Nothing exceptional but at least tolerable. Don't order tiramisu. Its not worth it. Very blah.

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