PATOK SA MANOK TULIP DRIVE


Davao's home grown restaurant opens its newest branch today at Tulip Drive Matina. Where else can u bring your squad or family on weekends or Sundays and  each time your tummy craves for good food? Patok Sa Manok in tulip Dirve Matina will not disappoint you.

When team DDI was invited for a food tasting lunch, I quickly said yes because PSM is our favorite to-go-to-lunch on most Sundays (after church) the one Cabantian. We love the airconditioned dining area there. Plus the short distance to our home is a bonus.

But the moment I saw the Tulip Drive branch, it  became my instant favorite. Cool, spacious and neat. Cozy interiors too.  Location is easy to find  and they have enough parking spaces.



Now with the food. I'm a Filipino food lover. I always love the traditional way of cooking Pinoy food that's why I love to  dine at Patok Sa Manok whenever I crave for my old time favorite Pansit, Lechon Manok, Crispy Pata Pinakbet and so much more. Here are some of the tasty dishes you can order at PSM Tulip Drive Matina.

Old time Favorite Pansit

PSM Signature Lechon Manok

One of my favorite, Isaw.

Salpicao is love.

Crispy Pata is so sinful!

Tight on a budget? No problem, food sharing among friends is an in-thing nowadays.  If each one of you orders meal in skillet its actually a good option that you can share if you can come in group of two or three.
Callos
Arroz Ala Cubana
What makes a complete dining experience complete? Desserts! I am delighted to know that the new and bigger PSM in Tulip Drive Juna Subdividion will have its own bakery and will be offering cakes, pastries, ensaymada plus the classic and durian sylvanas. And soon all their restaurants will be like PSM Tulip Drive too! Maka happy this place indeed.

T

Happy Cake

Classic Sylvanas


Mango Brulee

Chef Pauline Benedicto
Thank you Ms Lena Benedicto, Chef Pauline Benedicto and Sir Jinggoy Salvador for inviting Team DDI


PATOK SA MANOK
TULIP DRIVE BRANCH
JUNA SUBDIVISION
MATINA DAVAO CITY





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