Davao - Cafes
A stylish brasserie-style eatery located within the Grand Regal Hotel, the Montmartre Café specialises in vegetarian dishes made from fresh, local ingredients, but has a good choice of meat-based dishes too. This is a great place for watching the world go by.
With its striking décor of white and black interspersed by brilliant jewel colours, and one of the widest menus of informal international dishes imaginable, the Café Mediterranean is a landmark place to eat in the city. There are light meals from Italy, such as pizza and pasta dishes and Middle Eastern favourite kebabs, plus lots of traditional Filipino delicacies.
A bright white and turquoise themed eatery, the Lin Café serves fresh regional cuisine that represent good value. There’s a special children’s menu too and a lengthy range of beverages.
While this attractive little bistro has a good choice of informal light meals based on Filipino and continental recipes, it is famous for its sandwiches, pastries and cakes that are made in its bakery. This is a good place to stop for a lunch break.
Kopi Roti is an import from Singapore, bringing with it super strong and very tasty coffee as well as breakfast that can be ordered any time of the day. The name means coffee and bread and that is exactly what you will find here.