Had dinner at Café Tavera which our local hosts chose. They ordered a selection of dishes including cevicce, deep-fried chicken, grilled tuna and mushrooms in a cream sauce. Overall very tasty and a good address when in Davao.
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Have eaten at restaurants all over the world and have given my first 5 Star Rating for Dinner here in Davao. The food was really superb and every visitor and local Davaowenyo should visit Cafe Tavera for a great dining experience. We tried the fried...More
We liked this place for the delicious food and the good ambience. There is a small outdoor garden and the management allowed us to eat our our durians after our meal.
Very clean. First you choose the seafood you want, grilled steamed or soup base. You can also choose from a wide variety of green organic dishes. Seaweed salad, sashimi oyster. Ginatan langka (jackfruit meat cooked in coconut milk)
The ambiance was nice, the setting of the mood was great, it is a typical place that every person would want to go to. The waiters was vocal and hospitable they suggest food that are good and they're very courteous. The food was good though...More
I thought that it was just a simple cafe but when I entered they were serving seafood various seafood pala. I ordered raw talaba with lemon. It was refreshing and delicious.
This is a superb restaurant for the family, an all occasion restaurant. They served excellent service, good food at a very reasonable price. They have a "sutukil" corner, where you got to choose fresh seafoods to be cook at your own liking. A place you...More
We were very fortunate to have been invited for dinner at Cafe Tavera by friends while visiting Davao. Parking was no hassle as we were there early. Greated at the door courteously and seated quickly as they had made reservations. Given All Saints and All...More
Cafe Tavera is nice looking, clean, parking is available streetside and parking lot next door. However the restaurant is quite noisy, maybe because as others mentioned the tables are so close to each other, I could here the conversation going on in the other tables...More
CAFÉ TAVERA Loved the pathway leading to the entrance. The Imbao soup of Café Tavera was the best one ever! Their pickled green mango were so yummy, ,I actually asked for a 2nd serving. The taste was clean and pickled just right. The Imbao was...More