The Growth of the Tiny Kitchen in Davao City

Davao City is restaurant haven. While most people fly to this part of Mindanao for Durian and Marang, I go there just to do a bit of resto hopping.

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Major Major Sweet Cakes Galore

I’ve been vocal about my love for Tiny Kitchen. It all started when I bought some bottled tuyos as pasalubong for my grandparents on my first visit to Davao. On my second trip, I was able to try some of their special dishes like Kaldereta and Callos. Their cakes and pastries are good too. No wonder my friends from Davao would go there from time to time.

Last year, Tiny Kitchen participated at the yearly Davao Food Appreciation Tour. I found out that the owners are Rodriguez (distant relative? hehe how I wish!) and they explained on why they chose a small location. They have plans of moving to a bigger place, but everything is at the planning stage.

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Want more?

Just last May, I joined DFAT again (my third time teehee) and I was surprised to learn that they moved to a bigger – and better location! The Growth of the Tiny Kitchen!

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The New Tiny Kitchen – Bigger Location!

I met Mrs. Donna Rodriguez again and I’m glad that she remembered me. She mentioned that everything is still at the testing stage and it is fun to see most of the chairs and tables occupied during dinner time. On this year’s DFAT, they prepared mostly cakes and pastries for us to taste. The sweets are good, but I want more food too so I went back the next day with friends Eric, Ria, Donna and Emman.

Here’s what we ordered:

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Maya-Maya for Ria
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Callos for me πŸ˜€
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Lengua for Eric

When in Davao City, don’t dare miss the Tiny Kitchen! Nomnomnom <3

Tiny Kitchen Davao
F. Torres St., Davao City, Philippines
Contact: +6382305-9232
Email: tinykitchencreations@yahoo.com
Facebook page: Tiny Kitchen Davao

9 Comments

  1. Davao is our hometown, but never been to Tiny Kitchen. We’ll visit it for sure on our vacation, since it’s located on the food paradise street of Davao. πŸ™‚

    September 24, 2012
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    • Senyorita said:

      Wow taga-Davao pala kayo πŸ˜€ What I love about Davao is a new restaurant opens whenever I visit hehe πŸ˜€

      September 24, 2012
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  2. Nakakagutom yung callos..anyhoo mica san maganda pumunta sa Davao?#firsttime

    September 24, 2012
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    • Senyorita said:

      Marami hehe check mo yung mga DFAT post ko dito tsaka sa Micamyx.com. Hmmm… makagawa nga ng Things to Do in Davao post πŸ˜€

      September 24, 2012
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  3. Ria Jose said:

    Nom nom nom nom…. Definitely one of my favorite restos. πŸ™‚

    September 24, 2012
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    • Senyorita said:

      I miss Callos! πŸ˜€

      September 24, 2012
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  4. my friends are going to Davao this weekend and will share this post with them. kakagutom ng mga foods! sana makabalik ako ng Davao soon para mag food trip uli! πŸ™‚

    September 25, 2012
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    • Senyorita said:

      Thanks Doi! Balik ka na hehe dami pang ok na restaurants dun na gusto kong balikan

      September 26, 2012
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  5. Laki nga! From their original pwesto, how far did they go? Torres pa din sila diba? I’m still a sucker for Cafe Demitasse though πŸ˜€

    September 26, 2012
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