Best of Davao Kadayawan Buffet at MIsto, Seda Abreeza

Seda Abreeza Kadayawan 2017 Dinner Party


Kadayawan vibe is truly up in the air and Davao’s urban lifestyle hotel, Seda Abreeza gears up for the grand celebration of Thanksgiving and bountiful harvest. This year will have a momentous set of offerings as the hotel partners with Davao’s home-grown brands and institutions to bring you the most festive of celebrations.

To kick-off the revelry, Seda Abreeza holds a Kadayawan Dinner Party on Wednesday, July 26. It was attended by the hotel's partners, bloggers and media friends.

In line with Seda chain of hotel’s advocacy to environmental protection and wildlife preservation, Seda Hotels partners with Philippine Eagle Foundation to promote awareness and education of the plight of our national bird which made Davao City its center for conservation. This initiative will allow guests and tourists checking in from August to September 2017 in all Seda Hotels to avail of the best available rate in which part of the  proceeds will benefit the Bird Ambassadors at the center.

Seda Abreeza Kadayawan 2017 Dinner Party
Boat of Davao Flowers and bounty as centerpiece during the 
Kadayawan Dinner Party at Tinalak Hall, Seda Abreeza

Seda Abreeza Kadayawan 2017 Dinner Party
A toast for a festive Kadayawan celebration with Seda Abreeza partners

Seda Abreeza Kadayawan 2017 Dinner Party
(L-R) Dr. Bo. Puentespina of Malagos Farmhouse Cheese, Mr. Amado Munda, Jr. 
of Tabula Rasa Art Group, HM Ken Kapulong, 
Mr. Brando Cedeno and Daryl Descallar of Tabula Rasa

Pangkat Silayan Theater Collective
Pangkat Silayan Theater Collective performs cultural dances of Mindanao 
during the Kadayawan Dinner Party

Back in Davao, Diola – the taxidermied eagle will be put on display at the hotel lobby for visitors to see. This is part of the campaign partnership to raise awareness and propel education of the value of wildlife conservation.

Misto of Seda Abreeza will also showcase its gastronomic prowess this Kadayawan. Chef Bang Flores and her award-winning culinary team will bring us the best of Davao by coming up with an exceptional menu highlighting the finest Malagos Cheeses and Malagos Chocolates of Davao. We sampled few on the menu and as always they’re as divine as they look. 

A wine-pairing promotion is also on the roll with delectable Malagos Cheese platter and a bottle of wine will be available 1880 nett all month long. For chocolate lovers, the Malagos Chocolates will be available in two ways: a flavorful and distinctively exquisite Malagos Dark Chocolate Cheesecake at Php 340 nett per order and or; a dessert drink with a kick of vodka, aptly named Table Twist available for only Php 320 nett per order.

During the Kadayawan week celebration, that’s from August 17-19, 2017. Misto will offer a bountiful dinner buffet featuring the finest dishes Misto is known for. Indulge in the exquisite flavors of Davao by taking part in its assortment of offerings that are sure to please even the most discriminating palates. The menu will include; Smoked Fish and Salted Egg Triangles, Boneless Lechon, Grilled Adobo Baby Back Ribs, Caramelized Patis Chicken Wings, and Tofu Sisig with XO Sauce. 

Pomelo Salad Spring Rolls with Hoisin Chili Peanut Dip
Pomelo Salad Spring Rolls with Hoisin Chili Peanut Dip

Chevon Bourguignon (Kambing Bourguignon)
Chevon Bourguignon (Kambing Bourguignon)

Caramelized Patis Chicken Wings
Caramelized Patis Chicken Wings

Crabs in Kurma Sauce
Crabs in Kurma Sauce

Roasted Angus Beef Short Plate
Roasted Angus Beef Short Plate 

And as always the desserts will be a spread of heaven on Earth. On the menu are; Champurrado Bico with Malagos Dark Chocolate Ganache, Durian Panna Cotta, Durian & Mangosteen Pralines, Ube Crinkles, and Fresh Fruit Salad with Native Davao Honey. 

Kadayawan Buffet is pegged at Php 980 nett for adults, Php 580 nett for kids 7-12, and free for kids 6 and below. 

On top of this,  Misto still offer their irresistible ala carte menu filled with local favorites and presented with a touch of exquisite flavors. Dishes like Sisig Samosa, Malagos Kesong Puti, Crispy Adobo Flakes Pizza, Slow-Roasted Angus Beef Short Plate, Misto Chili Prawns, Grilled Tuna Panga, Alimango in Kurma Sauce, Chocnut Banana Turon, UbeLeche Flan Cake are on the menu. Prices start at Php 380 nett.

Ube Leche Flan Cake
Ube Leche Flan Cake

(L) Malagos Dark Chocolate Cheesecake (R) Champurrado Bico with Malagos Dark Chocolate Ganache
(L) Malagos Dark Chocolate Cheesecake (R) Champurrado Bico with Malagos Dark Chocolate Ganache

Chocnut Banana Turon
Chocnut Banana Turon

Durian and Mangosteen Pralines
Durian and Mangosteen Pralines

To complete the celebration, Seda Abreeza also partners with Tabula Rasa Art Group. They’re a group of home-grown Davao artists whose works mainly portray Davao’s rich cultural diversity and scenic attractions of the city. Tabula Rasa will showcase a month-long art exhibit at the hotel lobby, and a series of live sketching sessions on the Kadayawan week. 

Pangkat Silayan Theater Collective of University of Southeastern Philippines will also render cultural performances at Misto on the 3rd week of August 2017.

Indonesian Consul General Berlian Napitupulu poses for a live sketch by Tabula Rasa artists
Indonesian Consul General Berlian Napitupulu poses for a live sketch by Tabula Rasa artists

Kadayawan 2017 Dinner Party
(L-R) Amado Munda, Jr of Tabula  Rasa Art Group, HM Ken Kapulong, 
City Tourism Operations Officer Gene Rose Tecson, DATA President Gatchi Gatchalian

Davao Digital Influencers
Thank you Seda Abreeza for having Davao Digital Influencers
(📷 Ian Garcia)

Complete your Kadayawan experience, Experience Seda Abreeza!



For inquiries and reservations; Call 
SEDA ABREEZA
JP Laurel Ave., Davao City, Philippines
Telephone# (082) 322-8888 or email dvo@sedahotels.com


6 comments

  1. I visited Davao two years ago and it seems kulang ang oras ko kasi i wasnt able to go around much since i was there to cover an event. One thing is for sure, i will go back to Davao and i will make sure that's its in time with the Kadayawan festival. looking forward in seeing the hotel in the future

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  2. Ooh the Kadayawan Festival is definitely one of the many reasons why I'd like to visit Davao one day too! :)

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  3. Oh wow! What a feast! I'd definitely have the craaabbsss and carbsss haha...and the with ube flan cake for dessert! Oh the durian pralines as well, give me a jar please! haha. OH Davao...you're on my number 1 list to visit when I get home. :D

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  4. I haven't experience the famous Kadayawan festival, and hopefully I could make it next time. Foods looks delicious!

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  5. I have not been to Davao yet Mommy. I loved eating at the buffet, so much food to choose from and it is even fun if you eat with your friends.

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  6. Wow! Everything on this spread looks wonderful and the dishes are interesting especially the Caramelized Patis Wings!!

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