Bagoong Club Restaurant Davao
The “bagoong” themed restaurant everyone is raving about is finally now in Davao! A family house turned into a cozy place to chow serves unique Filipino mouth-watering cuisine with a fusion of adding just a taste of the Pinoy favorite, “bagoong” or salted and fermented fish paste.
A plate of turnip slices will be served as your free appetizer complemented with two types of Bagoong, sweet and spicy. For Bagoong lovers, it is highly recommended that you order the following: Bagoong Club Calamares, Crispy Pata Binagoongan, Crispy Pork Binagoongan, Bagoong's Sizzling Tuna Belly, Chicharon Bulaklak, and Poqui-poqui. These are delightful choices to start your gastronomic adventure.
Also available must try dishes…show more content… This is actually my comfort food when I was still in GenSan with my family as my Dad used to cook this every day and I didn’t have any choice but to eat it since I know nothing about cooking then. Haha! Therefore, I can say that my Dad’s dish was much better than Bagoong Club’s Poqui-poqui theirs was just fine, nothing exceptional.
Saving my night was the plateful of Chicharon Bulaklak that was so crispy that you can literally hear the person across enjoying each piece. My cardiologist will surely kill me for saying this but each pieace was a bite of heaven and don’t we only live once? Haha…
Everyone’s favorite Manggang Hilaw sa Bagoong doesn’t need any caption. Regardless of how you prepare it, it is always good and mouth-watering for many. For every P120 serving, you’re free to choose your type of bagoong. I’m just not sure if you can ask for a free refill. That I forgot to ask.
Overall, although it somehow did not meet my expectation, the experience was good plus I had fun dining at Bagoong Club Restaurant Davao with my squad and will surely come back to try the other dishes on their menu. Not bad for a first timer so I’ll see you again, Bagoong Club,…show more content… My first bar was actually from the event I attended last December and when I asked about it from my friends who’ve used the product – I got nothing but good reviews. Meet the MySkin Origins’ Pino Tropika soap…
I didn’t get to use Pino Tropika right away, it only caught my attention four months ago when I opened my drawer to get a bar of my usual soap and out of nowhere, my nose picked up a weird yet delightful fruity cocktail scent coming from a bar of soap that just begged to be used.
Pino Tropika happens to be one of the easiest soaps to 'foam up' and leaving it soaked in water would result to it short life span. Nonetheless, because of the soap’s even and lenient texture, it produces a rich, creamy lather, which instantly softens your skin and is great at removing dry skin and dirt, without being too harsh on your skin.
Every time I use Pino Tropika soap, it smells as if I just cut open a fresh pineapple! With its sweet and juicy fragrance, it feels like summer all year round. However, the scent becomes weak after opening its box and it only seems to highlight itself when being used and rubbed all over your