Photo by Xtian Te.
When in Davao...
Claude’s Café will be transferring very soon to its very own space, just across the street to the Oboza ancestral home on Rizal. I was quite thrilled to learn of this, because I had long wanted to see the inside of that enigmatic house. It’s one of the few remaining pre-War-era residences in the city, and it’s welcome news indeed that Mr. & Mrs. Claude Le Neindre are going to preserve it and open its gates to Davao’s restaurant patrons.
Pizza places in Davao
- jlo: This looks nice,. Do they have eat all you can yak...
- NeatGifts: Well, it's been over a year since I first visited ...
- Willy&Emee: I mean used to eat....
- Willy&Emee: The food looks good and sounds very interesting! I...
- laine: I mean, "when we feel" and almost everyday italian...
- laine: very authentic italian food..I lived in Italy with...
- Blogie: Thanks very much for the kind words, Willy & Emee!...
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- Tiny Kitchen 26 January 2011
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- Hero Sausages 11 April 2011
- Let’s Crab Eat! 3 April 2011
- Poll: Davao’s best café 30 March 2011
- Picobello – bellissimo e squisito! 28 March 2011
- Momong’s Kinilaw 16 March 2011