Festive Eats at Dusit this Kadayawan season

dusitD2’s Madayaw Café showcases the authentic cuisines of the tribes in Davao region in indulgent assisted buffet spreads this August.



With all stringent measures in place and the conscious implementation of new normal guidelines, dusitD2’s Madayaw Café still aspires to make Kadayawan season a good experience by dedicating a menu to the local tribes of the Davao region.

This August, Madayaw Café has “Festive Eats” and “Kadayawan Brunch” on its line-up of restaurant offers. Festive Eats is an assisted dinner spread from August 12-14 and August 19-21, 2021. The two-week special menu is available from 5PM – 8PM at Php 994 net per person. 



Highlighting the dishes of the tribes, the menu has a good combination and variety for all guests

  • Palapa and Pairen a seda a barilis are some appetizers and salad from the Maranaw Tribe.
  • Tiyula Itum or Black Beef Soup, and Pialam/Steamed Fish and Piassak/Cow Liver from the Tausug tribe.
  • Sinagupan or yellow rice is from the Kalangan tribe.
  • Linotlot nga Nonno/Shrimp cooked in bamboo is from the Bagobo Tagabawa tribe.
  • Linutlot nga baki/Farmed frogs cooked in bamboo from the Ovu Manuvo tribe.
  • Landang from the Maguindanao tribe.

Desserts are also something to look forward to in the spread:



  • Wadjet Makadurian (durian rice cake from the Sama tribe)
  • Palikambing (or Tibobol - fried banana ball from the Tausug tribe)
  • Daral (crêpe-like delicacy filled with sweetened coconut meat from the Tausug tribe)
  • Durian fritter

“With our team fully vaccinated and with all our safety guidelines in the property, we hope our guests feel safer and more confident as they dine and stay as well with us this August. I personally appreciate the effort of the team to show the cultures of the region, as I am learning so much from it too,” says Hotel Manager Christoph Kuch. 



For dining reservations and other inquiries, guests may e-mail fb.reservations@dusitdavao.com or call (082) 27 7500. 

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