This is the second time I was able to eat at this place. The first time was with my friends and at that time, I forgot to bring my camera. Because of that, I always make sure to bring my camera at all times.
Last Saturday my wifey had a whole day seminar, so after work I haven't decided yet where to eat lunch. So it just in my mince why not Mama Da, I really want to feature their place on this site.
Mama Da's Barbeque Seafood at Ihaw Ihaw is located at Torres St., just near Rizal Memorial Colleges. Its just along the highway so you can spot it easily. If you had no car, it can be accessible via a motor cab, you can either take one near Fairlanes or at Quirino, Davao Doctors Hospital. Motor cab fair is only 7 Php. The place is owned by Linda Garcia Alonzo of the Nanay Bebeng clan and the Gingerbread Bakeshop.
Viands ranges from 45 to 60 Php, a bit pricey if you were to compare it to a Carinderia, but their serving are plenty and the food taste delicious. You can choose from a variety of dishes, ranging from Humba to Adobo, Fish dishes and vegetables. You just pick want you want to eat, (I mean point hehehe, in Philippines its what we called turo-turo), and the waitress will serve your food on your table.
The place is also nice, it's clean and well ventilated. The place is not air conditioned, if it is I guess their prices would drastically go up. The place though has plenty of ceiling fans to cool you. I went there at noon, and it was hot outside, but inside Mama Da's you can barely notice the heat outside. The place can cater at most 50 persons.
If I'm near Torres St. I would sure go to Mama Da's be it for lunch, snacks or dinner. The place is open from 9 am to 7 pm, Mondays to Saturdays.
Mama Da's Barbeque Seafood at Ihaw Ihaw
Torres St., Davao City
Contact Number: 227-8271