Disclaimer: This is the full feature from my The Royal Chef column on Edge Davao.
Sometimes, you need to accept change and make the most out of it. For one, change is but the only constant thing there is. If you restrict the presence of change, you’d soon find yourself trapped in a realm that even you can’t escape from.
Just like when you crave for something out of the ordinary. Better to expect the unexpected than dwell on what you are used to. Sometimes, it’s the pop of uncertainty that makes the whole experience something to look forward to.
If the usual dishes bore you, then make Zabadani Cafe Restaurant your place to be. For one, their menu is Middle-Eastern inspired hence the unusual aroma, taste and texture you can’t find elsewhere. Aside from it being a dining destination, it is an adventure on its own. The food and the taste is already an adventure on its own.
Zabadani has always been a favorite destination. It’s quiet, clean and perfect for a non-pork eater like me. It’s not everyday that you stumble upon an establishment that is Halal and offers a different flare of flavours and textures on the dishes they serve. What’s more, it is at Zabadani that you get to enjoy a serene dining experience unlike any other.
Here, it is not just about the food. The place itself is very inviting and the staff are always on a happy and welcoming mood. From the moment you arrive until the very second you leave, they’d make sure that you are smiling from ear to ear.
This festive month of March (HAPPY ARAW NG DABAW everyone!), why not take some off of your schedule and indulge in a foodie spree only Zabadani can offer. Aside from their usual menu, they are now serving their best sellers – buffet style.
Buffet at Zabadani gives you another reason to momentarily part ways with your calorie counting ways and eat without restrictions. Available every Mondays and Fridays, their buffet offers a plethora of favorites that you can munch on in one go. From soup to their ever famous Kabsa rice to juicy fish dishes to slices of tender beef strips and vegetables, you’d most definitely have a grand time eating your piece of art – on your plate, that is .
Their buffet is available Mondays and Fridays. Their Lunch Buffet (from 1:00pm to 3:00pm) is only at Php 299.00 per head inclusive of rice and drinks. On the other hand, their Dinner Buffet (from 6:00pm to 10:00pm) is at Php 399.00 inclusive of rice and drinks.
Craving for some sweet cold treats to end your Mediterrenean indulgence? Don’t fret, Zabadani now offers Mang Danny’s creamy ice cream. From the streets of Davao to your table, you need not fall in line – for hours — to have a taste of this sweet cold treat.
Zabadani Cafe Restaurant and Catering is located at RAMP Building, Circumferential Road corner E. Jacinto Extension (across Bioessence), Marfori Heights, Davao City.
They are open Mondays to Thursdays 11:00am to 12:00 am
Fridays 1:00pm to 12:00am
Saturdays and Sundays 11:00am to 12:00am
For orders and reservations, you may call them at 0915 371 3193
Thank you for the photos, Jeff.
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