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Mar 12, 2020

Press Release

If you ask any self-professed foodie what Davao savory culinary staple they simply can’t get enough of, it’s quite likely that one of the answers will be – tuna.

This year, Greenwich is bringing back the Tuna Lasagna Supreme to Davao so everyone can enjoy a unique way of eating their favorite fish meat.

The Tuna Lasagna Supreme is big on flavor and is equally big in terms of satisfaction. It is prepared with layers and layers of al-dente lasagna noodles with herby-tangy tomato sauce, tuna chunks, and rich, creamy cheese. This multiple layered pasta is so tasty that pasta fans won’t be able to stop themselves from munching bite after flavorful bite.

“We know how much tuna is an important part of the Davaoeños’ cuisine, which is why we made it a point to bring back the Tuna Lasagna Supreme in the region. Our kabarkadas in Davao asked for it! Kaya’t #nandiTUNAUlit ang Tuna Lasagna Supreme this summer – made with patong-patong na sarap of tuna chunks combined with other delicious ingredients you truly love in Greenwich’s best-selling Lasagna Supreme,” said Ping Castillo, Greenwich brand manager for pasta.

This crave-worthy pasta is only available in stores until April 12, 2020, so catch several servings of it while you can! The Tuna Lasagna Supreme is priced at PhP89 for a la carte, and PhP99 for a meal, at all Greenwich stores nationwide, via delivery at #5-55-55 or

Feb 25, 2020

RBG Bar & Grill at Park Inn by Radisson Davao was filled with the array and smell of freshly-baked breads as it held the Get Bready with Craft Breads last February 20, 2020. It was a bread appreciation gathering that featured Davaoeño artisan baker Ms. Vanessa Pacheco - a homegrown talent, who discovered her passion for baking in Canada in 2000. She completed the Artisan Bread Baking, and Baking Arts Certificates at George Brown College in 2016. She strives to add to value to her products by focusing on quality, and to educate Filipinos about the science of bread.

Ms. Vanessa shared how her passion started, introduced a variety of breads; and, elaborated on artisan breads and their differences. She then conducted a brief demo where guests had a better understanding of baking artisan breads. Distinguished personalities, media, and bloggers came altogether as bread lovers to know more about the food staple.

Park Inn by Radisson Davao will be collaborating with Craft Breads and Pastries starting with its breakfast buffet soon as shared by Marketing & Communications Manager Lish Babela. The hotel will also progressively move towards the gourmet types of sandwiches and toasts, and reintroduce classic favorites together with Craft Breads and Pastries. Both share the goal of providing guests with hearty and healthy dishes while ensuring fresh and locally-inspired specialties.

Feb 18, 2020

If you fell in love with the comforting Filipino cuisine of the Rekado, Golden Brown and Patok sa Manok, then you will feel the same with the offerings of Mr & Mrs. B (MMB), the newest member of the restaurant family.
While the other restaurants will sate your taste for just-like-mom’s-home-cooked specialties, MMB will take you on a culinary trip across the globe. Each dish is inspired by the Benedicto’s constant food trips abroad. The ones they fell in love with are mimicked and tweaked to become a MMB creation.

Here are my personal favorites:

MMB’s Tuna Carpaccio - the flavor of the thinly sliced fresh tuna is enriched with the dressing of olive oil, lemon, garlic, basil-capers dressing, sweet pickles and arugula. To make it more exciting, chili is added.

Cream of Mushroom - the warm and tasty liquid serves as the kick-off of an exciting meal ahead.

Sous Vide Duck - this is a heavenly dish. The pink, tender juicy slices of duck breast is achieved by cooking it for hours in the right temperature. It is served with thin slices of orange and pear wedges.

Roasted Half Herb-Chicken - the garlic-wine cream sauce makes the dish more delectable.
MMB has the ideal complement to your meal—the oh-so-good Grilled Corn that will spark images of Bali in your mind, and the MMB Special Rice, which is prepared with turmeric, dried safflower, kaffir lime, lemongrass, garlic and shallots.
Media guest together with owner Ms. Lena Benedicto, Chef Pauline Benedicto and Chef Mavy Javier 

Other dishes I've tried are Cheese and Onion Soup, Bone Marrow Butter, Shrimp Puttanesca, Grilled Tuna Belly, MMB Salad and MMB Grilled Pork Chop.

Perfect dining place for family, friends and your special someone. Mr. & Mrs. B is located behind Patok Sa Manok Restaurant in Lanang. They are open from Tuesdays - Sundays from 11am-2pm and 5pm-10pm.

Feb 17, 2020

It’s Monday, time to reset and be healthy ☺️
Why not try RBG Healthy Bowls at Park Inn by Radisson Davao
You have four options to choose from:
Salmon Bowl (365 cal.) - salmon, teriyaki sauce, string beans, red cabbage, organic black rice
Beef Bowl (681 cal.) - beef tenderloin, au jus gravy, sliced corn cobs, asparagus, carrots, brown rice
Chicken Bowl (440 cal.) - boneless chicken breast un lime-cilantro marinade, cucumber salad in yogurt dressing, sautéed bell peppers, organic red quinoa grains
Veggie Bowl (294 cal.) - fried tofu, ladyfingers, black olives, bok choy, fresh tomatoes, shitake mushroom stir fried in oyster sauce, quinoa grains
My personal faves are BEEF BOWL and SALMON BOWL 💯
You can pair it their healthy sips. My personal fave is the Tummy Rescue (banana, yogurt, ginger, honey & mint leaves)
Available daily for lunch. See you at RBG Grill in Park Inn Davao!

Jun 17, 2019

#TeamDDI had a very interesting food trip last March called the DAVAO FOOD CRAWL.

Davao Digital  Influencers, Inc., through our blogger sector representative Sarah Dayrit, organized the first ever Davao Food Crawl. The goal of the event is to create more content that are search-friendly in engines like Google and to increase engagement in the social media platforms of each partner restaurants.

My Day 1 of the Davao Food Crawl was a visit to Tsuru Japanese Restaurant and Sushi Bar, Blah Blah Blah by The Good Food Co and Chicken & Chops The Fried Food Houses. Each restaurant served at least three dishes for us to try and feature in our blogs.

J. Camus Street (Peoples' Park entrance)
Abreeza Mall
Juna Subdivision
Monday to Sunday | 11:00 AM to 10:00 PM

JJ's Commune Compound, Loyola Street, Obrero
Monday to Saturday | 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM, 5:00 PM - 11:00PM

Damosa Business Center, Lanang
0930 098 0934
Monday to Saturday | 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM, 4:00 PM - 9:00 PM