Batu Cafe Davao

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Batu Cafe is an asian/bohemian inspired cafe. It is definitely a great place to have brunch. Its interior gives off a comfortable and refreshing vibe. They offer a wide variety of food from breakfast to pasta, heavy  meals and pastries and different international cuisine.

While waiting for my blogger friends, I tried their Cafe White Mocha and Red Velvet cupcake (their pastries are from Margie's bakeshop). Definitely, the perfect combination for me!



Then, the food tasting started. Here are my personal favorites (and I guess, most of my blogger friends would also agree)

[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="2448"] Chicken Pandan and Bagoong Rice[/caption]

Loved the bagoong rice and the chicken was full of flavor!

[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="2448"] Basil-Malunggay Pesto with Grilled Rosemary Chicken[/caption]

Since, I'm a pesto/oiled-based pasta lover, I tried this Basil-Malunggay Pesto. I can really taste the flavor of the herbs. Perfectly paired with their Lemonade- refreshing!

[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="2448"] Ham and Cheese French Toast[/caption]

Just so you know, I have this thing with breakfast food. It just makes me happy when I eat the right kind of breakfast (pancakes, toast, eggs, ham, spam, bacon and the like) because I rarely have the chance to eat (afford) such (haha!). This Ham and Cheese French Toast is a must try! It has a generous amount of serving (brewed coffee please!).

[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="2448"] Nachos[/caption]

Whether you're out with friends or alone, this Nachos is for you to enjoy. It comes with 3 dips-Chili Beans, Cream Cheese and Salsa.More food!

[caption id="attachment_568" align="aligncenter" width="2048"]2cccce4f-3b06-4135-9719-984a04dc71e4 Korean spare ribs, 3 Cheese Lasagna, Hungarian Chili Dog, Vietnamese Chicken, Adobo Flakes Rice[/caption]

[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="2048"] Aligue Pasta (with shrimp), Crispy Tadyang, Indian Chicken Curry with Samosas, Bulalo Steak, Fat Choi, Chicago-style Hungarian Sausage[/caption]

Most of their food cost less than P200. For international cuisine around P200-400. Their coffee and fresh juices are less than a hundred. Also, they serve assorted beer and wine.

Visit Batu Cafe at Las Casitas Inn II, Loyola St. (the opposite street of Torres, just walk straight ahead) Obrero, Davao City. Open from 6am-12mn. Like them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/batucafe

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2 comments

  1. we got a chance to visit this place too and its really a great place to hung out with friends there..check out my blog : http://greegadventure.blogspot.com/2016/04/batu-cafe-bakeshop.html

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  2. Checked your blog ;) it's really a cozy and nice place. Pls do check my other food posts. I hope you'll also try Chez Nous by Chippens. Affordable food especially their marbled steak! :)

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