Kadayawan Special Supersize Boodle Fight at Park Inn Davao
Its August and three days away from the much awaited Kadayawan season. And because its a festival of festivals, Dabawenyos' tradition is to always make it a festive celebration of beautiful life and bountiful blessings, also a festivity of good food!
Park Inn by Radisson Davao celebrates the Kadayawan Festival with a Special Supersize Boodle Fight Meal starting August 15-31 by which the supersize meal will be ready to serve at RBG during both lunch and dinner.
For two weeks, the Supersize Boodle Fight Menu includes :
Grilled Vegetable Salad with Chevre Cheese
Kinilaw with Pomelo Salad
Mango, Salted Egg and Okra with Bagoong
Grilled Tuna Belly
Crispy Pork Belly
Special Davao Cake
Served with Plain rice and Garlic rice and a pitcher of drink.
Priced at P1,999.00 net
good for 6-7 pax
What makes your Supersize Boodle Fight exciting is Park Inn by Radisson Davao has partnered with Fujifilm Instax Ph wherein in every group availing of the Supersize Boodle Fight, will get (1) complimetary instax photo printout as a souvenir, and another to be posted on their "Wall of Memories" as an entry to one raffle draw. Winners will be announced Sept 3, 2015.
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Just my feet and my camera. Thats all i need to make a day christmassy remarkable. Last Dec 22, 2012 I was able to experience my first photo walk featuring all christmas lightings and attractions that can bee seen in Davao City. Thanks to Davao Bloggers and Officers for the open invitation. Me and my co bloggers had a chance to take photographs from some of the creative floats and costumes of Lamdag Parada 2012 along Roxas Street, highlighted with Drum and Bugle Parade. Afterwards, we walked and headed to People's Park where dancing fountain was featured too. A gallery of Christmas Parol amazed me as everything was made from recycled materials. How creative Dabawenyos are! Feeling a bit hungry, we headed to Hudyakaan sa Kapaskuhan along Bolton extension in the metro. There, we dined for a while. Bbq feast it is! Spent an hour maybe for more chit chats while we were resting our feet from the long walk. We then proceeded to take more shots of the festive light…