Friday, September 27, 2013

Cellar De Boca Wine Kitchen in Davao

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Cellar De Boca Wine Kitchen in Davao

Cellar De Boca is the result of a special collaboration between Tricie Pengson-Arcenas and husband Vince Arcenas, owners of the famous Cellar De Oboza, a hole in the wall Filipino-Spanish restaurant in Davao; and, wine importers Bobby Basa Tenchavez and Carlo Calma Lorenzana. The result: An exceptional and delicious dining experience!

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Cellar De Boca Wine Kitchen in Davao

  • IMBAO CLAMS WITH CHORIZO: Best eaten with a slice of garlic bread
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    Baked Imbao clams with fried chorizo on top

  • The server recommended their best-seller: ANGUS BEEF BELLY SISIG. It was love in every bite. (Tip: ask the server to add more siling labuyo to make it spicy). I had 2 cups of rice with this - so flavorful and addicting.

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Tricie's well-loved version of a Pinoy classic

  • BEEF SALPICAO: If you love steak, you’ll want this order for yourself alone. NO SHARING PLEASE. So tender, so juicy, so good!

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Cellar de Oboza's signature dish, A MUST TRY

  • What we missed: OXTAIL and MORCILLAS RAGOUT: We forgot to order their famous version of kare-kare, cooked in red wine, tomato and chunks of fried sausage. *drool*

Cellar De Boca, I have yet to try your other sumptuous offerings. I shall return! Open-mouthed smile

Cellar De Boca Wine Kitchen

SM Lanang Premier
Davao City
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Cellar De Boca Wine Kitchen in Davao

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