In Japan, Sencha is green tea made without grinding the leaves. However locally, Sencha means something different because here, it’s a milk tea place – one of the many types which has recently opened in the city this year.
One thing I like about Davao is that there’s a lot of places that a foodie can discover just within the city. I’ve already written about Lachi’s and today, I’d like to talk about Tiny Kitchen. Located along F. Torres Street corner Mabini Street in Davao City, Tiny Kitchen used to be a delicacy outlet… Read More »
How does a roast beef and tempura dinner buffet for only P399 sound to you? A great deal I’m sure. And that’s exactly what me and my blogger friends had at Ranch & Reef in Davao City during DFAT 2011 last May.
When I visited Davao last May, I was able to spend some time with a college friend whom I haven’t seen for a long time. We met after dinner and he took me to this place called Yellow Hauz. This home grown coffee shop is located in a secluded part of downtown Davao, so it’s… Read More »
Last summer, during my Davao Food Appreciation Tour, I got the chance to participate in the Pamahaw sa Tibolo Village activity sponsored by the Department of Tourism Region XI. Thanks to Regional Director Art Boncato, I was able to experience a traditional breakfast menu with our brothers and sisters of the Bagobo Tribal Community in… Read More »
Search for Lachi’s Sans Rival Atbp on the internet and I’m sure you’ll read only good things about this simple dining place in Davao. In fact, their food and cakes are so good I sometimes hate myself for being in Manila… seriously.
Davao City offers a lot of options for coffee lovers. They have many homegrown cafes that can really give the imported brands we have in Manila a run for their money. One of them, I believe, is Coffee Cat.