Start with local comfort foods at. Go for the arroz caldo (congee with chicken bits) and tokwa’t baboy (tofu and pork). Then head to , which offers the Ten Way Tuna Menu Experience: 10 delicious and healthy courses that use every part of the tuna, from tail to jaw. If you can’t get enough seafood, try or for a messy buffet of savoury crabs and shrimps.
Hipster fare can be found at theand , both owned by a 21-year-old entrepreneur and chef, who experiments with pan-Asian flavours to create dishes like Angus beef spring rolls and Sichuan glazed squid. Japanese restaurant is outstanding for a casual experience of sushi platters and beer at street-side tables.
There are also plenty of healthy, vegetarian options, such as
Up on a hill and overlooking the city’s lights,stands amid historic dugouts and caves used by Japanese soldiers during World War II. Today, customers enjoy the commanding view of Davao Gulf while dining on grilled meats.