A Delightful Lunch at Antonio’s Bar & Grill in Abreeza Mall, Davao City

After checking out from Paradise Island Park & Beach Resort (Paradise Island) at 12noon last April 28, we headed straight to Abreeza Mall to while away time as our flight going back to Manila was still 7 hours away. We had a hard time choosing where to eat lunch, but in the end, Antonio’s Bar & Grill prevailed. We ordered Krispy Tuna Belly, Binagoongang Gulay, Buko Durian Shake and Ripe Mango Shake.

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Krispy Tuna Belly (Php80 per 100 grams), Php560.00

This Krispy Tuna Belly looks yummy, right? Well, it was! It was crispy on the outside and tasty and succulent on the inside. You can eat it on its own or you can dip it in tangy and spicy soy sauce. Delicious! Even our little boy enjoyed it.

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Binagoongang Gulay (Seafood), Php180.00

Binagoongang Gulay is assorted vegetables (sitaw, squash, eggplant, okra and red bell pepper) sautéed in fermented shrimp with coconut milk. You can order Binagoongang Gulay with pork, mixed meat or seafood. We chose Binagoongang Gulay with seafood; it had squid and shrimps. This was creamy with a slight hint of sweetness and none of the saltiness of the shrimp paste. We liked this, too!

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Buko Durian Shake, Php90.00

Hubby wanted to know what durian tastes like, so he ordered Buko Durian Shake to satisfy his curiosity. He shared his glass with me because he didn’t like it much. However, I liked this Buko Durian Shake more than the Durian Shake I had at Paradise Island because this one was not too sweet. I actually ordered a Ripe Mango Shake which I finished in no time because it was refreshingly sweet; I forgot to take a picture of it, though.

That was a hearty lunch we had at Antonio’s Bar & Grill. We also enjoyed the service offered by the courteous and friendly wait staff. We’ll surely come back to this place when we visit Davao again.

Antonio’s Bar & Grill
Abreeza Mall
Davao City

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12 Responses to A Delightful Lunch at Antonio’s Bar & Grill in Abreeza Mall, Davao City

  1. Luna Miranda says:

    the crispy tuna belly makes me drool! soy sauce & calamansi dip–solve na!:p
    i’d also like to try the buko-durian shake.

  2. Shelly Bean says:

    That looks like a one yummy crispy tuna belly! I would love to try that, I ‘m sure it is scrumptious!!!!

  3. maiylah says:

    all of the seafood that we had while we were in Davao was so fresh and delicious (well, except for the salmon sashimi which we ordered one time – i actually preferred the sashimi in Luzon)! i would love to try that buko-durian shake! yummmmy feast!

    thanks so much for taking the time to share and link over at Food Friday, sis
    Happy Mom’s Day and enjoy your weekend!

  4. Wow that Krispy Tuna Belly looks and sounds delicious!

  5. haven’t been to Davao so no idea about this resto. do they have a branch in manila? would love to try that krispy tuna belly!

  6. roviedear says:

    your choice is so perfect and healthy! love to try the binagoongang gulay 😀

  7. jane says:

    crispy tuna belly sounds very yummy! its been a long time since I’ve eaten one! love the binagoongang gulay too! I am still scared until now how durian will taste like for my tastebuds. i shud try the cakes and someothers first xx

  8. waaahh..I love all the food you had here specially the Crispy Tuna Belly.

  9. Florence says:

    Wow, I wanna try the buko durian shake.. How I wish we have that here!

  10. Mom-Friday says:

    I miss Davao! But I don’t miss the durian! :)))

  11. Tin says:

    Buko Durian Shake? I have yet to taste that! Must visit Davao soon 🙂

  12. Kriska Marie says:

    The crispy tuna belly looks good! And I’d love to try that buko durian shake! 😀

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