Their most popular meal is the set of "boodle fight" entries, a Philippine Military Academy traditional meal where a variety of food and rice are spread on a table covered with Banana leaves and shared by everyone. This feast is enjoyed bare hands (well, there's disposable plastic gloves you can wear).
But we aren't fond of this style so we ordered the traditional Filipino dishes. Their sinigang (a stew characterized by its sour and savoury taste most associated with a tamarind) is to die for. Their calamares is tasteful and crunchy. I wasn't in the mood for a crispy pata but I wanted to check out their version. Let's just say it didn't make me a fan. Skin on the rubbery side and meat is not very tender. But there's several choices to be had on the menu.
Charcoal Grill and Restobar is tucked away in a quiet neighborhood along Del Pilar Bataan Street in the fringes of Digos City, in progressive Davao del Sur. Guests may prefer to sit in the airconditioned restaurant or in their open-air dining hall. For more information, try calling their number at 63-923-142-0564. We're not connected with them so please refer your inquiries to the aforementioned number. They also have a Facebook page you can google.
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