Posts Tagged ‘seafood’

The Grand Lunch At Seaside

Sunday, May 13th, 2012

I’ve been always wanting to visit the beautiful city of Mati when I just can’t find that perfect time. It is the only city and the capital city of Davao Oriental known for their powdery and white sand beaches.

Aside from the marvelous beaches, they always say that your Mati trip won’t be complete if you’re not going to dine at Seaside. It’s one of the pioneering restaurants in the place owned by one of the pioneer families as well.


Dinner At Trellis N’ Vines

Friday, March 30th, 2012

It was such a rainy night when me and my two friends looked for a place to have dinner. We drove along Torres Street of Davao City and checked the array of restaurants to find a decent place to eat. We chose to dine at Trellis N’ Vines after seeing that among the restaurants, it was one of those not fully packed. We haven’t seen each other for quite some time and being in a crowded place was really not an option for a chitchat.


All-Crab Boodle at Blackbeard’s Seafood Island

Saturday, October 3rd, 2009

I would just like to share one of my favorite crab dishes which me and my cousins usually eat when we are all craving for some crabfest on random weekends:

All-Crab Boodle at Blackbeard's Seafood Island by Maki Eduardo

All-Crab Boodle at Blackbeard's Seafood Island


Burgoo, the place to get really stuffed

Thursday, March 26th, 2009


One of my favorite restaurants because of the huge servings and hearty dishes, the Burgoo does not disappoint. My favorite dish is not a main dish but an entrĂ©e , the Seafood Caesar Supreme. Not your typical Caesar salad, the Seafood Caesar Supreme is topped with grilled shrimps, fried calamari, crab meat and Parmesan cheese. A word of advice, if you’re by yourself, stick with the regular serving, its enough of 2 persons. (more…)

Garlic Fish Steak ala Jehzlau

Tuesday, March 3rd, 2009

I would like to present to you one of my original Pacham food recipes. If you’re curious watch Pachman means, it’s simply defined as Pachamba-chamba; a short way of saying Pachamba-chamba. Pacham is also known as Paswerte-swerte, in English, Palucky-lucky. If you’re lucky enough, then your Pacham recipe will taste really good! Here’s a picture of my first perfect cooked Fried Tuna with A1 Steak Sauce and Minced Garlic.