Admittedly, I love to eat. Who doesn’t? For quite some time, I’ve read raves about Batu Cafe. Was I intrigued? Of course. Hence, when a late night (after garage sale) craving knocked on our tummies, what better way to satisfy 5 sets of hungry kiddos-at-heart than to go where everyone is. Off to Batu Cafe we go!
Of the smorgasboard we had, I was only able to snap 3 images. (I blame my hungry self for eating before clicking). Anywho, that night, we had pasta, nacho salad and fish and chips (been craving for this! Thank you Batu Cafe menu!). Drinks varied from cold to hot to alcoholic. Don’t judge; we were working for hours before this.
Their nacho salad is really good. Best for when you want to chitchat and laugh before devouring your own plate of hearty meal. I love the combination of crunch, greens and dressing in one forkful. One thing though, more cheese please.
We had two kinds of pasta that night. One, which is now a new fave of mine, is their dried fish and olives and the other was bolognese (or so I think). Their pasta dishes are downright simple yet gives off a rustic taste.I’m so getting that dried fish and olives pasta next time.
The fish and chips. Well, it was more of fish and fries. The fish was cooked nicely, so was the fries. I loved that the fish remained juicy despite it being fried. Not to mention, the dip went well with the the fried munchies.
Batu Cafe is located at G/F Las Casitas Hotel, #509 Loyola Street, Obrero, Davao City
They are open Mondays to Sundays 6:00am to 12:00am
For orders and reservations, you may call them at 082 222 6552