If you are a keen observer, you will notice that there are LOTS of chicken and pork barbeque restaurants here in Davao City. It's pretty obvious that Davaoeños really love to eat those grilled goods. Sa walay pag duha-duha!
And for the last destination of the first day of Sooo Pinoy Food Trip Davao, we invaded the Damosa-Lanang branch of Barbeque Boss.
Barbeque Boss is a wholesome, family-oriented restaurant with barbeque and steak offerings. They also serve ice chilled beer and other refreshing drinks.
While feasting ourselves with mouthwatering dishes of Barbeque Boss, we had the chance to interview the owner, Mr. Radley Barrientos.
The restaurant started last 2002. The setup during that time was simple - a small restaurant located at Rizal Promenade with only eight tables that sells pork barbeques at an affordable price. It was an instant hit to the general public. With the help of Unilever, it grew into a full-blown restaurant last 2006. Today, they serve not just pork barbeque, but other famous Filipino cuisines as well.
We tried their Stuffed Bangus with Salted Eggs (I highly recommend this), Boss Prime Steaks and their bestselling pork barbeque.
And then, we asked the most controversial question: Why Barbeque Boss?
Sir Radley smiled and answered our query in a straightforward manner.
"We got that idea from this overused question: Barbeque Boss?"
We aaaaaaaahhhhhh-ed and laughed in unison.
There are four branches of Barbeque Boss within the city - one in Matina Town Square, the other one in Camus Street, one in Damosa and its main branch, along E. Quirino Avenue. Should you have questions, comments, suggestions and violent reactions, don't hesitate to contact Barbeque Boss at:
|With Sir Radley!|
And the coolest thing about Barbeque Boss? It is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!
This is the Sooo Pinoy Series. Read more of my posts related to my first Sooo Pinoy Food Trip Tour here: