I heard crabs were GARGANTUAN in Davao City. So I asked Kap if we could have crabs for dinner on our 2nd day. Pretty please with cherries on top in fact. He said yes. But one thing I discovered about Kap. INDIAN SYA! Indian giver. He immediately withdrew his precious ‘YES’ when he found out that the crab dinner was gonna cost him. We were, after all, 10 pax. And according to the blog we read, a table for 4 cost around 6k for just several pieces of the precious crabs. Crap!
AhFat Seafoods Plaza
And so, sa Ahfat kami inabot. Chinese food. Kap naman, nasa Davao na tayo chinese food pa rin ang hanap mo?? In a van-full of chinese peeps, wala akong panalo, lol. In fairness, the food was surprisingly good. Our driver-cum-tour guide said Ahfat was very popular in Davao.
Sorry I can’t share the prices though. It was a looong, hot day. I just wanted to eat & rest right after so I wasn’t able to look at the menu for you.
Pagoda. And that is that, there isn’t any more. The End.