The Davao based Pinoy Teens[1. The newly launched PinoyTeens.ORG Community] duo was honored to be invited by the Royale House for a special food tasting event at their One10 FM Bar last October 5, 2011.
“It was a tasty affair”, noted Princess Salan who accompanied yours truly and a handful of other Davao Bloggers to the venue. We were served around 20 different dishes that evening, each looking very tasty and delightful. My favorite Donburi dishes include all types of Teriyaki that were served, Pork, Beef and Chicken and notably the Beef Shawarma.
We were barely half way through with tasting the these delicious meals and I already felt like I couldn’t take another serving. Though the 20 dishes were served and shared amongst our group of bloggers, nabubusog talaga ako. I was so excited to share with you the delicious food that I forgot to detail to you the venue of our mini food trip!
The Royale House & One10 FM Bar
The Royale House is located right in the heart of Davao City. Just a few meters away from the famous San Pedro Cathedral. The location of the Royale House is very convenient for travelers and tourists alike. From there, you can easily get to nearby Malls, Parks and other venues. It’ll take you just a single jeep ride and a couple of minutes to get to Gaisano Mall or Abreeza Mall. Hospitals are also nearby, in case of emergency. There’s little chance that you won’t find the jeep route you need because it’s located right there along C.M Recto [Claveria] where most jeeps pass by! The interior of The Royale House lets you forget about the traffic that can sometimes be stressful and hectic outdoors. It lets you immerse in a whole new relaxing world. Beautifully designed, indeed.
The One10 FM Bar itself
The stairs on the picture above lead you right to the One10 FM Bar[2. if you’re curious what the FM means, it means Food and Music] which is a whole new setting to be fancy of. The One10 FM Bar can be a place to relax and unwind during day time, and a cool bar to have a drink with friends and colleagues during night while being entertained by different singers each night.
As far as I can tell, the Davao Bloggers really had a good time at the comfortable venue!
There are way more Donburi dishes available than the select few included in this blog post. It’s really up to you to try them yourself and decide which one is a winner for you. The meals are available for only 70 and 80 pesos respectively.
Most pictures are courtesy of The Traveling Nomad and the Official Facebook Page of the Royale House & One10 FM.