The ideal night out would be at Matina Town Square, Davao’s best entertainment, food and landmark where a variety of sidewalk bars, cafes and restaurants flourish.
Last November , I had an opportunity to meet my friends RJ, CJ and Ryan (sorry Chamz busy man gud ka) after our bowling session at NCCC Mall, we headed to Matina Town Square for dinner.We picked Barbecue Boss from among numerous restaurants inside MTS. The main reason why I love Barbecue Boss, is because it offers quality grilled items for a reasonable rate. The most popular grilled item on Barbecue Boss' menu is their Pork Barbecue. I can say their delicious, just filling my taste buds and meet my expectations and is made of pure lean meat.
with Ryan and Rj
|The stage where nightly performances are played nightly|
After our dinner , we tried Aling Foping’s Halo Halo (sabi ni Cj masarap daw eh).
|Whoaaahh ....Masarap nga CJ!!|
|with Rj & Cj|
|Cj, Ryan & Rj|
Their special halo halo packs a wallop of 6 six add-ons to choose from; macapuno, red beans, saba bananas, kaong, leche flan, a scoop of ice cream if you like, many others on the checklist-– P105.00 (not sure)
How to get to Matina Town Square
Matina Town Square is just a jeepney ride from downtown Davao City, and is located along the MacArthur Highway in Matina right across Ateneo de Davao Grade School.
Food trip: Barbecue Boss at Matina Town Square Reviewed by The Backpack Man on 4:57:00 PM Rating: