WHERE TO EAT IN DAVAO: TRY PAKFRY KING BY PaloVince

PaloVince Tuna PakFry
The PakFry King by PaloVince

Hello there!

You landed on this post because you were searching online where and what to eat in Davao? And guess what? You just hit on the right link.

Asking what and where to eat is probably one of the worn-out questions anyone visiting a certain place or even locals who want a break out of their usual home kitchen cooking would ever ask. Well, guilty here, I ask this all the time, hence, our eternal quest to finding the best and mouth-watering food in town.

Palo Vince is a modest and cosy restaurant along Dacudao Ave., here in Davao. It’s very near my place, like a jog and just a heartbeat away (hihihi). And it is home to the famous Tuna PakFry in town. A tail part of Tuna (or Bariles in Bisaya) deep fried (thus Fry) and braised (thus Pak, for paksiw) in pickled sauce making it crispy on the outside but tender and full of truly Filipino flavour in the inside. Lami Kaayo!


PAMULAK SA KADAYAWAN 2015 IN 20 PICTURES

PAMULAK SA KADAYAWAN 2015 IN 20 PICTURES

Kadayawan Festival is held every third week of August here in Davao City. It's a festivity of bountiful harvest and a celebration of a culturally rich community working towards the progress and growth of the city.

I missed Pamulak sa Kadalanan last year. I was out of town but I made sure I'll be on the street this year to see the floral float parade. I'm just saddened that the number of float entries is reducing each year. Thought it's more expensive to stage up a grand parade now with layers of fresh flowers on the deck with few suppliers to source the flowers. I hope next year, the weather would be ever fine and favorable for flower growers so it'll not be too taxing and not too expensive for would-be joiners and in effect would be more colorful on the road.

I managed to take few snaps though, I hope you'll enjoy! Here;