The Newest Must Try Food Places In Davao City 2015 #VisitDavaoPH #ShareDavao

Davao City is not an expensive place to live. If you are a budget traveler, your are in a tight budget and don't want to spend so much from your fortune but want to enjoy and do a lot for a little and have a great time, well this is the right place to visit!

I'm talking about here the newest place to hang out with friends or just being yourself, the important topic here is FOOD.

How to eat in Davao City without blowing your budget. 


for PHp169

A grill-your-own BBQ Buffet Restaurant. It takes grilling(ihaw-ihaw) to the next level.

Experience a DIY grilling of your BBQ meat at the smoke-filled grilling table. 

Grilling up various meats from pork belly, hotdogs, sausages, chorizo to marinated chicken tenders, fish etc.

Eat all of these for only PHp169.


Located at 88 Quimpo Blvd., Ecoland, Phase 1 Matina
inside Backyard Burgers(Ecoland)
next door to Lechonero's

From 6PM to 9PM only

Mobile No. : +639399240778

*Photo credit: The Grillery 

An outdoor mobile pizza restaurant that caters parties, festivals and events.

It cooks pizza in less than 2 minutes.

And it is so affordable.

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Located at JP Laurel Avenue, 
Bajada, Davao City
Fronting Caltex Bajada before Citi Hardware
Mobile No.: (0942) 4998560

*Photo credit: CLASSIO

Filipino Comfort Cuisine

Food cook in to perfection that will bring you back home.

Using fresh "REKADOS"(ingredients) that can be bought locally in the market.

Recommended Food:

Spicy Tuna with Mango
Chicharon with Kilawin
Malagos Cheese Salad
Chicken Binakol
Crispy Tadyang

If you are a traveler and you missed your mothers' dish, then this place suits you.


A two-story house of glass with a contemporary design of a building that makes you feel comfortable while dining, from wooden accents and furniture's combine with a quirky elements.


Located at 1050 Jacinto Extension, Brgy.11-B, Davao City

OPEN DAILY from 10am to 10pm
with Merienda Time from 2pm-5pm
Tel.No. (082) 2842136 or
Mobile No. (0915)7229299

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And if you love something strange from the stand point of International cuisine, but has good taste and deliver delicious texture of meaty goodness, try Yoyoy Balbacua and the famous Soup #5(soup that believed to have aphrodisiac properties).


And wait, they don't stop from delivering good and yummy dishes like BALBACUA and Soup #5,they also serve SINUGLAW(Sinugbang Kinilaw).

A fusion of two different dishes-FISH KINILAW and PORK SINUGBA.

If you want to have a good time and you are on a tight budget, then this place is to do so. Food are cheap and delicious. Tasty and inexpensive!

Located along Bonifacio St., Davao City
OPEN: 11am-12midnight 

*Photo credit: Bim Macias

Modern Kitchen + Bar

The store will have a soft opening tomorrow, April 18 5PM.

They serve finest and exquisite food that you will truly love that will work within your budget.

It has a classy taste in presenting their food, a must try indeed!

So head on and try their cuisine.

Open tomorrow at the 2nd Flr., Felcris Centrale, Quimpo Blvd., Davao City

*Photo credit: PERCH

Davao highlights interesting places, aside from the places to visit there are lot of FOOD OPTIONS that tourists will surely enjoy.

Choose among these places and enjoy the food only served here in Davao City.


  1. The first place I will probably visit on your list is going to be the Yoyoy Balbacua and Soup No.5 ... It is just the type of food that I love to it. Mmmmmm . ;)

  2. Davao is really a certified foodie city. That grill place resto is very Korean. here in Korea, there are a lot of restaurants like that where you can grill your food right at the table. I love the balbacua, I will check it out once I visit Davao.

  3. Reasons enough to visit Davao. :)

  4. Oh wow. Prices of food in Davao are really more affordable in general than here in Manila. PhP 168 is a steal! Having a food trip there is quite nice when with a bunch of friends.

  5. I like the concept of the grillery. It gives a more elegant twist with common street foods.

  6. I haven't been to Davao, actually, in the whole of Mindanao. I really really really should make a trip there before the year ends. I am curious about the sinuglaw, because kinilaw is actually one of my favorites. I will take note of these restos that you shared when I do get a chance to go to Davao.

  7. I've been wanting to visit Davao for the nth time already. This awesome food places makes me itch to go as soon as possible :)