Thursday, June 28, 2012

Hey Boss! Barbeque?

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!

Barbeque Boss Davao


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.

Barbeque Boss Davao

Barbeque Boss Davao

Barbeque Boss Davao

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:

Barbeque Boss Davao
With Sir Radley!

And the coolest thing about Barbeque Boss? It is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!

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This is the Sooo Pinoy Series. Read more of my posts related to my first Sooo Pinoy Food Trip Tour here:

34 comments:

  1. I got to say this is one of my favorite bbq restaurants in Davao. Their branch in MTS is where my friends and I used to eat. We couldn't start eating without 'Hinalang' on the table.

    Sooo Pinoy Series is getting exciting :)

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  2. I'm starting to get jealous of your food adventures...especially because it's for free (or am I mistaken?)

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  3. Ahaha, dun pala galing yung name. Aliw.

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  4. Wow! This place looks like such a great find. I hope I could visit Davao soon though :(

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  5. love the look of that saucy and tempting barbecue! :) Good Job Boss! :)

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  6. looks interesting and worth a visit but so far >,< Great Post <3

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  7. The barbecue just made me hungry Boss. => I'll try this out when one of this day I manage to get lost in Davao.

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  8. I always see this bbq house whenever I pass along Quirino st., but I still haven't tried their bbq yet.

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  9. I always see this bbq house whenever I pass along Quirino st., but I haven't tried their bbq yet...

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  10. i hope they can have a branch here in manila =( hope to visit davao soon! would want to try these bbq too

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  11. Looks like a cool place. That bangus filled with salted egg looks intriguing :D

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  12. Naku dapat pala next year makasama na rin ako sa DFAT hahaha. Kainis ka nagugutom tuloy ako....

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  13. The business name derivation is quite innovative, may instant recall!

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  14. Wow! ang sarap naman nito! pampa Highblood!!Yung BBQ tapos yung sa gitna di ko alam ang tawag pero mukhang masarap!

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  15. It's early in the morning at ginutom agad ako haha... Just looking at the pictures make me hungry. I'd like to visit that place : )

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  17. WOW! I'm the boss, kahit araw-araw barbecue, basta ako lang ang boss!!!
    =)

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  18. We eat at Barbeque Boss every now and then too. Masarap talaga barbeque nila, at affordable pa. :)

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  19. Hindi ko pa napuntahan iyang Barbecue Boss naiyan sa Davao. Ang nakainan ko pa lang ay 'yung Penong's, which also has delicious barbecues.

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  20. now I missed this on my last trip to Davao..waaaaa.. got to take note of this

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  21. I've never been to this part of Davao City, but since you mentioned this is open 24 hours a day, I will try to visit this place one of these days.

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  22. Salted eggs inside bangus? Definitely a delectable must-try!:)

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  23. This is so Pinoy.. Barbeque boss.. Good marketing strategy...

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  24. Those areally good especially with a mug of beer on the other hand. XD

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  25. nice naman .ito ,kakamiss ang barbecue talaga sa atin .the barbecue here in the US is different .mas masarap pa talaga sa Pinas

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  26. One day when I hit Davao..I'll do food trips too day and night :)

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  27. I had to laugh at how they explained where the name came from.

    Never been to Davao, I have to shamefully admit. But I do love a good old BBQ!


    The image of you (I assume!) with the service and their effective T-shirt advertisement is quiet charming. :)

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  28. This looks like a really nice place to grab good BBQ~ :D And wow, 24 hours open pa! Would love to visit this when I go to Davao.

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  29. Very catchy place to eat your barbecue in Davao. I hope there is one like this in Manila. Puede kaya mag-franchise nito?

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