Dining in Davao City is both a pastime and an adventure that guarantees to satisfy the palate. Local cuisine is composed mainly of seafood and farm-fresh bounties. Davao City is famous for its mouthwatering grilled seafood such as “inihaw na panga” (char-broiled tuna jaw), crispy “buntot ng bariles” (tuna tail), and “kinilaw” (raw tuna or marlin strips marinated in coconut vinegar, soy, chili and other spices). An order of “inihaw na panga” would cost around $5.
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