Celebrate the Flavors of Davao this Kadayawan at Café Marco

Celebrate the Flavors of Davao this Kadayawan at Café Marco


Marco Polo Davao, Mindanao’s only premier hotel, sure has a lot to offer its guests this Kadayawan season. Aside from the recently concluded fashion show that features toy eagles in traditional Davao tribal garb, the Victor Dumaguing art exhibit, the Davao chocolate artisan booths at the lobby, Café Marco also offers scores of exquisite cuisine inspired by the traditional food culture of the 11 tribes of Davao.

“We take pride in the diversity of our cuisines but this month we are highlighting the local flavors of Davao which we took a inspiration from the 11 tribes of Davao city. It's a great opportunity for our guests to know more about their city by being able to taste the flavor that's truly ours," says Marco Polo Executive Chef Alex Destriza.

Shrimps in coconut milk

Piassak (Tausug style) Cafe Marco
Piassak (Tausug style)

Adobo Pugo, Cafe Marco
Adobong Pugo

On the spread will be a variety of local delicacies like Spicy tuna (Maranaw style), Tiyula Itom (Sama style), Adobo Pugo, Piassak (Tausug style), Linotlot nga Nonno (Jangan style), Yellow rice (Kalagan style),  Palikambing and Pitis (Tausog style) and Dugdug na Bulig (Jangan style).

These offering will give Davaoenos and visitors alike an exceptional opportunity to experience the flavors that’s truly Davao. So what are you waiting for, book your seats today!

The Kadayawan Food Festival at Café Marco will be available from August 14 until August 21, 2017 for only Php799nett per person for lunch and Php1,100nett per person for dinner. Group diners can also enjoy the 5+1 group promo at the buffet.

For reservations; 
C.M. Recto Street Davao City, Philippines 
(082) 221 0888 

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Twitter: @MarcoPoloDavao 
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