New Dishes at Rekado Filipino Comfort Cuisine This Kadayawan

Crispy Dinuguan with Chicharon and Burong Mangga
Crispy Dinuguan with Chicharon and Burong Mangga 


Rekado, a charming restaurant that is home to exquisite Filipino comfort food here in Davao, joins the Kadayawan celebration by offering new delectable dishes on their menu. Pinoy dishes that are finely crafted and are sure to delight and excite every foodie’s appetite.




Chef Pauline Benedicto-Mallillin will bring us the classic Filipino dishes this Kadayawan. Pinoy food classics that are too familiar they’re staples on our table. But if you think they’re just the usual flair of flavors we’re so used to, well, think again.  Fact has it - Rekado is notorious for adding extra oomphs and twists to the usual so expect flavor wonders in these dishes.

So join me as I’ll bring in the platters of Rekado’s Kadayawan offerings! 

Light and Fresh Rekado Comfort Food Cuisine interior
Light and Fresh Rekado Comfort Food Cuisine interior

Oyster Dinakdakan
Oyster Dinakdakan

For appetizer, we have the Oyster Dinakdakan. They say, any good kitchen should be stocked up in oysters. Well, Rekado has just fried it, tossed it in lots of onions, chilis and in seasoned creamy dressing and viola! The depth of flavors are just incredible, you can't help but moan with every bite. The balance of everything in this iron skillet just made it the best-tasting starter I had so far in Rekado. The oyster’s natural salt and umami flavors made this dish a must try. 

Rekado's Kinilaw
Rekado's Kinilaw

Corned Beef and Bone Marrow Bulalo.
Corned Beef and Bone Marrow Bulalo.

Corned Beef and Bone Marrow Bulalo. What’s not to love about Bulalo? Especially if it is serve with spice-rich broth and collagen-filled bone marrow. They may contain high percentage of fat though, but believe me they’re good for your skin. At this point in my life, maintaining younger skin is way more than just a cosmetic intervention, hence, eating bone marrow is a delicious alternative solution. Why not?

Every bowl comes with Rekado quality veggies and specially made corned beef with absolutely no preservatives added. A bowl won’t hurt, you know? Give it a try, you’ll thank me for this. 

Crispy Dinuguan with Chicharon and Burong Mangga. If you’re a fan or have craving tendencies for Dinuguan or Pork Blood Stew you should try Rekado’s version. I actually didn’t know Dinuguan can do well paired with Chicharon and fried pork belly until I tried Rekado’s.  Each serving is topped with Rekado’s signature Burong Mangga, a must to balance the richness of the dish. 

Chicken Adobo sa Gata
Chicken Adobo sa Gata


Chicken Adobo sa Gata. Rekado has just brought this all-time Filipino favorite one level up. Chicken Adobo is already an appetizing dish in itself.  But adding coconut milk has just changed the playing field. The ‘gata’ made the sauce creamy and savory, you’ll keep asking for more. If I’ll have the chance to take out a serving and bring it home one day, ‘alam na this’. Keep the rice cooker close, I'm all in for extra rice all the way!

Inihaw Na Liempo
Inihaw Na Liempo

Every Filipino family has its own cooking and marinade secret to coming up with flavorsome Inihaw Na Liempo. Moderately charred to infuse smokiness, use of young pork, extended marination etc. are just few of the known fact being kept. 

Rekado has its own version too and has upped the ante by serving a platter of tender, juicy and flavor-rich liempo. They’re so good – mapaextra rice ka! Sarap magkamay! It's a recommended pick! 

Davao Seafood Platter
Davao Seafood Platter 

If you’re dining with family and friends, this Davao Seafood Platter is a must order. It can feed 3-4 persons. It has tuna panga, bagaybay, bihod and baked imbao on it. They’re fresh bounties from Davao seas marinated and grilled to Rekado perfection.  It comes with three side dishes, my ever-loved Burong Mangga, Ensaladang talong and spiced soy sauce .


Rekado Biko
Rekado Biko
Care for a merienda cena? Rekado offers not only this 
all-time Filipino favorite kakanin, Biko, but many other 
afternoon delight options to choose from. 
You may book a seat today!


“That’s six new dishes on Rekado’s menu starting this Kadayawan month, and we’re making these permanent entries on our menu, and we’re cooking up with more additions in the coming months.” said Chef Pauline.


Chef Pauline Benedicto-Mallillin of Rekado Comfort Food Cuisine
Chef Pauline Benedicto-Mallillin of Rekado Comfort Food Cuisine

Woman Elan Vital at Rekado
Because rekados make life a lot brighter - live, love, eat and be happy! Ganun lang!


Davao Digital Influencers and Media friends at Rekado
Davao Digital Influencers and media friends.
Thanks a lot Rekado for having us! 


So when you’re in Davao City this Kadayawan and you're looking for satisfying and familiar but not the usual flavors of home, Rekado definitely has a lot of exceptional dishes to offer you. Book a seat today!


Rekado Filipino Comfort Cuisine
1050 Jacinto Extension 11-B Poblacion District, 
Davao City, Philippines.

Telephone numbers (082) 284 2136;(082) 224 3031.
Follow them on 
Facebook: @RekadoDavao
Instagram: @rekadodavao

6 comments

  1. You always present your food photos so good, I wanna eat them right now! :D Also makes me want to visit Davao all the more... ^_^

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    1. Thanks Sis, they're as delicious as they look, promise... one day sis, let me know when you happen to be in town :)

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  2. Oh how I miss Bulalo. And I would certainly miss Kadayawan as well and all its fun activities and sumptuous food. I will visit Rekado when I go for a holiday.

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  3. All your photos are sumptuous! I especially craving for kinilaw, one of my favorite dishes since birth! ^_^

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  4. Nakakagutom, photos pa lang! Bet ko ma try ung crispy dinuguan.

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  5. The spread is sumptuous! That Oyster Dinakdakan looks delicious! I've never had osyters cooked that way before.

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